It was a really cool time in Brussels. I met new people and made friends with some of them.
In the evening I mostly went out with Pascal to take pictures (and videos).
These photos here, in my opinion, also came out quite well.
📸 a6300 | Sony 18-105 f/4
Did you know? Brussels' International Airport is the world's largest chocolate selling point.
Tag a chocolate lover, 😁
Best time to visit:
One of the most pleasant times to visit Brussels is the spring, when temperatures range from the mid-30s to the mid-60s and the crowds are fewer (and prices lower).
The summer months mark the height of tourist season in Brussels. The city's streets swarm with crowds of visitors, and long lines often form outside the main attractions.
The festival season wraps up by late September but prices drop and the weather stays mild, making the fall months an attractive time to visit.
The winter weather is wet and chilly, but prices still rise in time for the holidays.
What to do:
The capital of Belgium, Brussels, is a fascinating place with stunning architecture and fascinating history packed into every street and alleyway. The vibe of the city is hard to put your finger on. Sometimes it seems very business and bureaucracy focused, it is after all the administerial centre of the EU, but at other times it feels laid back and does not take itself too seriously: think Manneken Pis and The Comic Strip Centre.
It is this multi-layered atmosphere that makes Brussels such a great city to visit. It truly has something for everyone and offers European staples such as art and architecture alongside more unusual attractions. Don’t visit Brussels if you are on a diet as the fries, mussels and beer will soon have you indulging.