Belgium

Belgium is the country where I was born, and still live now. In case you have no idea at all where Belgium is, a small introduction.Belgium is a small country in Europe. The Capital is Brussels, which houses the Eur (2).png

 

Articles on Belgium___________________________

  • Chasing knights at t’Gravensteen in Ghent - Let me start by something remarkable: for the first time in my 22-years I managed to not only follow my schedule, but to actually be ahead of it. Yes, I have time left to study,… More
  • J’adore Bruxelles:European Quarters - Lately I’m being completely chaotic. The stress of upcoming exams makes sure I’ve got a bunch of to-do lists in my head, and plannings that I change every week. Besides that I realized that I… More
  • The René Magritte museum - This weekend I went to the Magritte museum (in Brussels), because I read online that the first Sunday of the month, there is a free entrance. Turned out it was the first Wednesday, oops. I’ve… More
  • J’adore Bruxelles (part 3, the south and the Marollen) - Metro is a free Belgian newspaper that can be found in every train station. Being a train traveller myself, I came across an interesting article. Every week, Metro explores a different region in Brussels. Last week,… More
  • J’adore Bruxelles (part 2, the center) - ← Previous article: Exploring Belgium:j’adore Bruxelles (part 1, the Palaces) From the palaces I moved on towards the center of Brussels. I first passed along the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula.
  • J’adore Bruxelles (part 1, the Palaces) - I love travelling, and want to see as much of the world as possible. Yet only 30 minutes away, can be found the most beautiful places. Being a tourist in my own country sometimes feels… More
  • In Flanders Fields - I don’t really need to explain what happened between the year 1914 and 1918. The First World War meant dead for millions of people. Many of them died fighting in Belgium. While it is not… More
  • Five places to visit in Belgium - Originally posted on Art. Travel. Eat. Repeat.:
    I’m happy to announce another guest post on this blog, this time by Elisabeth from CurlyGirlAbroad. Definitely check out her blog, and enjoy this great post about visiting…
  • The beginner’s guide to train travel in Belgium - Travelling by train is a simple way to get around in Belgium, and also to get to our neighbour countries. If I compare to other countries I’ve been to, I think it’s safe to say… More
  • Discovering the heart of Brussels (part 2) - In Discovering the heart of Brussels part 1 we ended at the Palace of Justice. Here you can take the elevator down to the Marollen. Discover the many cafés and bars and markets. Take a stroll through… More

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