Travelling is my passion and making friends while travelling has been an amazing experience.
While spending a week at the Human Rights Summit with the team, it was a perfect Holiday to enjoy the best of Brussels. Just two days, I was more like a Belgian, walking through the active city. From the weather to the sight everything was just different. There’s lot to see from the bizarre comic strip to Cafe culture, and the main attraction was the Grand Place which was simply ravishing.
Brussels has a lot of surprises when it comes to architecture. Brussels is of course rightly famed for its Art Nouveau architecture. Some of these magnificent structures are recognised as world heritage sites and this could bring nothing but pleasure to millions of visitors.
Brussels a paradise with beer and chocolate, having a variety of toppings and formats it has the best waffles and from the dark pubs to trendy bars Brussels has it all.
Being at the crossroads of cultures Brussels fits the definition of the archetypal “Melting Point” and longing to be there once again.
Photography by Nadun Baduge