Tagged: belgium

Triennale Bruges

At the start of the big summer holiday, we went for a small but very fun and entertaining citytrip. These days there is a word for this kind of short-by trips: micro-tourism. Yes, we...

Port House Antwerp

This magnificent building truly is a new beacon in Antwerp! You can find the Port House close to the MAS (museum), at the entrance of the 2nd largest port of Europe. The Port House...

Kaleidoscope Dendermonde

A new street-art trail in a city we’ve never visited in Belgium. Sounds tempting to visit, so we did. Keleidoscope in Dendermonde is a small (25 locations) streetart trail through the city, with works...

Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

A visit to the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken, that’s a first. Only three weeks in a year these greenhouses are open for the public, for 2018 that’s from the 21st of April to the...

August in Ghent

In July we had our world famous City Festival Gentse Feesten. In August a small but old part of the city comes alive again for the ‘Patersholfeesten’. This quarter has a history in its...

Ardennes

We don’t really believe in bucket or other kind of lists, but we must confess: the Ardennes – Hautes Fagnes – and the border with The Netherlands and Germany are places we just had...