The City of Brussels is simply blissful. Though my stay in the city was only for few hours (I know it’s an injustice to my travel plan!!), the feeling was cheerful as the city is so high on spirit. Belgium, as a country looks like size ‘0’ on the entire Europe map but Hey.. Don’t underestimate by choosing your stay short here. There are lots to see and plenty to enjoy in this country. This time it’s only Brussels that I could manage, but as I said the city doesn’t disappoint. Start right after your breakfast; glowing in the soft sunlight to stretching in the lazy late afternoon, it’s an exuberant city which will keep you engaged.Click here for more
When wodge of gambrel roofs are standing tall, where dinghies or pontoons are yawing front and back, and if hordes of cycles are parked in a line, that means you have entered in Netherlands.
Netherlands, a country at the north-west of Europe, is a paragon of eco- friendliness. As the Dutch are obsessed with their pollution free environment and by-cycles; the roads of the country has dedicated lanes for cycles where every now and then, clinking bells with two thin rolling wheels are passing by in singular or bunches in number.Click here for more
Dam Square is the central point of Amsterdam city. An always gleaming city-centre this is. Cycles are more in number in this city than buses or cars, but the spotlight is saved for the trams, I loved those long multiple coached light rails, scurrying across the city. Restaurants are queued across the pavements one after another and so are the feeders.Click here for More
Dutch people are tradition lovers, even calling them obsessed with their culture won’t be very wrong (this is ‘obsessed’ good and I am very positive a person!). There are few things about my journey in Netherlands, which I found so typically Amsterdam or Dutch like.
Apart from windmills, people of Netherlands are excited about their farm fresh cheese and clogs, which they even love to showcase to their tourists as well.Click here for more