Hello everybody! Witness the cosy city of Brussels come alive as the evening sets in. If you are looking for an incredible night out with friends, then Brussels is definitely the place for you. Get ready to visit Brussels and indulge in the myriad after-hours entertainment activities in the city. It is not only Belgian […]Read More 10 things to do in Brussels at night
Hello everybody! When you’re not really into fastfood stuff and you really want to have a great cuisine experience on your trip to Brussels, I recommend you trying L’Atelier restaurant. Located in the European Quarter, this place offers you not only amazing range of delicious meals, but with its charm and picturesque scenery will also […]Read More L’Atelier Restaurant Brussels
Hello everybody! The most set-off place in the world I have ever seen…old brick houses amongst vitreous skyscrapers…yeah, this is the European Quarter in Brussels, dear friends. The European quarter in Brussels is made up of lively squares, original shops, exceptional green spaces, world-renowned museums and, on top of all that, the incredibly interesting […]Read More European Quarter in Brussels
Hello everybody! Not everyone has ability to see all these European Union related institutions from the different angle. I have had such an opportunity through one contest and I am very grateful and happy for it. And now, almost month after I finally got to write a bit more about it. The European Parliament is […]Read More Visiting the EU institutions in Brussels
Hello everybody! The most beautiful part of the year is here again – and Brussels welcomes it with the great pomp. Here are 8 reasons to visit this lovely underrated city in the nicest wintertime. 1. Christmas markets! Through its 2-kilometers course deploying through the historic town centre, Christmas markets in Brussels will once […]Read More 8 reasons to visit Brussels in winter
Hello everybody! While many of the other Western European capitals attract more attention and longer stays, Brussels’ beer, chocolate and Grand Place give plenty of tourists reason enough to make a stop here. If you give Brussels more time than Grand Place, though, you’ll find the city is a funny mix of a lot of […]Read More First impressions of Brussels
Hello everybody! Oh well, another travel diary! Next few articles will be dedicated to my little trip to Brussels last week. And what a week had it been! Four days abroad, some free days of autumn holidays and then prom…no wonder that I’m literally dying right now, haha. The first one coming immediately! definitely my […]Read More BRUSSELS 2017 DIARY!
I AM FLYING TO BRUSSELS TOMORROW, WOOHOO! First time in that city, how excited am I! I had no idea what to expect of it, so I looked for some tips on google. Here’s everything what I found, a complete guide for a newbie in Brussels! I hope it will help both me and you, […]Read More What to know before travelling to Brussels?
Hello everybody! During the period of Christmas organizes the city of Brussels ,,Plaisirs d´Hiver” that in addition to the famous Christmas market attracts tourists for many related events that are organized, and also many Christmas related attractions all around the town. Such as the ice-skating rink, a gorgeous Chistmas tree, a magical and original light […]Read More Christmas market in Brussels
//this building, built at the beginning of the atomic age, voices a praise for human mind and technology…// Hoi! One from the strangest human works was built in 1958 for Brussels World’s Fair. It’s an iron cube built on the cutting edge named Atomium. Work of André Waterkey was supposed to be only a temporary […]Read More S-A-D #9 – Atomium