Third Time’s Not the Charm

This was my third time visiting Brussels, and leaving I knew it was the last time as well. The impression I am left with, after two visits in the winter and one visit in the summer, is that it is a big city with not much to see, and, as an alternative to that, not much to burn hard earned cash on either. So what am I to do in a metropolis then? One positive development, for me that is, during these past 10 years I have visited is that now it is not frowned upon the fact that you don’t speak French. Now English is not a problem anymore, it is understood and spoken.

If you do decide to go, you might wanna consider these Brussels tips.

Website: visit.brussels

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2 thoughts on “Third Time’s Not the Charm

  1. The thing about Brussels is that you have to come prepared and know about the things you are going to visit. The Brussels charm is that the things are hidden and not gonna pop out in front of you to like them 🙂

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    • Prior to my first time I read all I could find, and still didn’t come across much I wanted to see. Second time I visited a friend. We spent time mostly outside of Brussels. This third time I asked another friend (native) about what to see, and not many suggestions. My Belgian favourite is Antwerp 🙂

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