bruxelles ma belle

Over the weekend my bff and I hopped on a train to Brussels for a bit of culture, a bit of food and a lot of sunshine. I tell you, the weather has been crazy lately (in a good way, though).

bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle
bruxelles ma belle

In the morning we visited the MichaĆ«l Borremans exhibition at Bozar, which I highly recommend. I’m not going to write about this one separately, I just suggest you go see it for yourself. There are quite a few exhibitions at Bozar that are free admission, so even if you’re not keen on buying a ticket for this specific exhibition, it’s still worth a stop during your visit to Brussels.

I cannot emphasize this enough, but ever since heading to Brussels a couple of months ago, I discovered a newfound love for our capital. Maybe I neglected it for too long, I don’t know, but one thing I’m sure of: the city has a lot to offer. This time around we headed to the Dansaert area which has a lot of cool spots, including the most amazing square to have lunch. Also in the neighbourhood: Parking 58, which offers the most amazing (free) views of Brussels.
Looking back at my photos from our Saturday in Brussels, I can’t wait to go back and discover more of the city!

1 Comment

  1. Stijn april 16, 2014

    And what a lovely day it was. Good memories xoxo

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