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Ghent City Center

Ghent is a city with about 250.000 inhabtitants near Brussels in Belgium. The city has a rich history and still consists of a lot of beautiful buildings. In this city guide, we’ll explain what you need to see when visiting Ghent! Ghent is a somewhat underrated cities when it comes to tourism as it …

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Steigenberger Wiltchers Brussels Breakfast

The Steigenberger Wiltcher’s Brussels is known to be one of the most famous hotels in the city. It used to be a Conrad back in the days and is now even a Virtuoso property. Nevertheless, I personally wasn’t amazed as you’ll read in this review! You can find more content about Brussels on our …

Stadhuis Antwerp

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of checking out beautiful Antwerp! Here are some impressions, which will instantly make you want to go! Stay tuned for our extensive review of the city!

Brussels is not only considered for being the Belgian capital, but also known for being the European one as several institutions are home in Brussels. But not only when it comes to politics, but also when it comes to business and tourism, Brussels has a lot to offer. Our top things to do and …

The Royal Palace of Brussels

The Royal Palace of Brussels is a very special attraction in the capital of Belgium. Located in the city center, the building is absolutely impressive from the outside. However, it’s even more stunning from the inside! Each year from July to September, the Royal Palace of Brussels is open for visitors, an opportunity we …

Brussels is the city where the European Parliament is located. Thus, Brussels is the city where many demonstrations take place or end as important decisions are made in Brussels. During the week, Brussels is anything but a cheap city when it comes to hotels. But on weekends, Brussels is really affordable for all travelers …

European Quarter Brussels

Brussels is also known as the European Capital – which doesn’t mean that it isn’t worth checking out for sightseeing purposes! Especially the inner city, but also many parks make us enjoy our visit of Brussels very much despite the cloudy weather right now!

Parlez-vous français? If you visit Belgium, you better should! Especially in the city itself, French is the language to communicate! But usually, you don’t have to worry about that in a five-star hotel as the employees do speak English. At Sofitel Brussels Europe, we were glad to get our room in the morning hours after …