I’m not a huge fan of winter.
I’m always cold, have soar throats more often than not, and run for the hills whenever I see the slightest bit of snow.
There is, however, one thing that I really love about this time of the year.
I mean, what’s not to love about this time of the year? There’s no shortage of lights, pretty decorations (ok, they’re pretty most of the time), Christmas parties, presents, Christmas movies (yep, I totally rewatch Love Actually every year), and…
A photo essay of Brussels’ Christmas Market
Having lived in Belgium for almost 25 years, it was about time that I finally headed to Brussels and experienced the festive atmosphere at our capital’s Christmas Market.
From November 25th to January 1st, 240 wooden chalets take up place and cover almost 2 kilometers of Brussels’ historic center. There’s also an ice-skating rink, a ferris-wheel, and a light show at The Grand Place.
The traditional chalets offer a wide range of products, ranging from Belgian delicacies to specialties from all around the world. Classics include hot chocolate, glühwein, Dutch doughnuts, Belgian waffles, and jenever (which is also called Dutch gin).
Discover this year’s Winter Wonders Christmas Market in Brussels:
Do you love Christmas Markets? Let me know in the comments.
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