How to Have a Stroll amongst the King’s Flowers

Back in good old Belgium! We have been a bit absent from our website, but that is mainly because we have been doing some exploring, in and around Iznalloz (mainly). I still have a lot of pictures and videos to edit, but expect lots of new content very soon. Today, we introduce you to the …

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Exploring an Underground Palace in Brussels

I am not sure if you are aware of this, but there is more than one royal palace in the region of Brussels. The one in Brussels itself is the main residence. Let's call this the office of the king. It is also the place where he receives other royalties and heads of states. And... …

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Trainworld

An Interactive Experience of Railway History

Just like every Spanish resident, my travel mate and I spend almost all of our time at home now... Rumors are spreading since this morning that the lockdown could take longer than 2 weeks, but we still have more than enough material to keep you entertained! Besides, temperatures have gone down anyway and it's raining, …

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Crypt Laeken

The Ultimate Guide to the Most Beautiful Crypt in Brussels

What? I know that I had planned a completely different post for today, but due to unforeseen circumstances, I have to postpone this to next week. Instead, let's return to Belgium! Today we will have a look at one of the most beautiful crypts in Belgium, the Laeken Cemetery Crypt. This is not to be …

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Brussels Sewer Museum

In the Company of Rats – The Sewer Museum

Want to see Brussels from a (literally) completely different angle? And you are not afraid of occasionally running into a rat? Then why don't you pay a visit to the Sewer Museum and learn everything about the history and infrastructure of the sewage system of the Belgian capital! Brussels has actually had a sewage system …

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