At the beginning of 2020, I had the crazy idea to start a travel blog. Just returned to Belgium from 4 months living in Canada, I wanted to share as much travel tips with others as possible to make planning your next trip a breeze!
One pandemic, countless trips and many wonderful adventures later, you can now find all the tips & itineraries from my travels in Canada and Europe on this blog!
However, the pandemic also made me appreciate and discover my own lovely country, Belgium. Although tiny, it’s full of wonderful places! I encourage you to start within your home country, and appreciate the beauty of it before you run away!
The largest city in Belgium, Antwerp, is without a doubt a must-visit in this tiny country. The city is known for its stunning architecture, its diamond industry, and its role as a fashion capital, with many world-renowned designers hailing from
Have you ever heard of Cassel? Well, before visiting Musée de Flandre, I hadn’t. But it turns out to be quite a peculiar little town in the North of France, just across the border with Belgium. Built upon a hill,
I recently had the chance to spend a long weekend in Luxembourg. You might wonder what there is to see in a country that is so tiny. But tucked away in between its much larger neighboring countries, it is just
Known for its glowing hills, stunning valleys, and countless outdoor activities, the Ardennes is a great destination for a weekend away! Whether you’re exploring the Belgian, French, or Luxembourgish Ardennes, you’ll be astonished by its wonderful sights. I recently spent
The small city of Mechelen, located in between the two largest cities of Belgium, Brussels, and Antwerp, can really be considered a (still) hidden gem. As most of the tourists flock to either Bruges, Ghent, Brussels or Antwerp, everyone seems