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).
In the morning we visited the Michaël 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!