You’re almost on Holidays (or already for the luckier), but you’re still thinking about your holiday’s destination. Ibiza, New-York City, Paris, Tokyo.. You’ve so much ideas, but did you once think to Brussels?
Belgium’s capital, Chocolate’s capitale, European Capitan, and cosmopolitan capital (you can hear 140 languages during your stay!) …
With all its advantages Brussels has still a reasonable size : so it’s ideal for short but intense holidays!
If you’re still hesitating, these 10 reasons for coming to Brussel will definitively make your decision.
And for your housing’s question, I must confess that the ZeTeam like the Bel Air apartment so much for its affordable price and its terrace (a must have for a good summer!). But you can watch our other apartments and make your own choice. So see you soon in Brussels!
Eyes firmly closed and mouths opened wide, ready for the assortment of milk chocolate easter eggs available from Galler! But watch out: the crispy pink ones, dark coconut and golden pralines disappear at lightning speed 😉
Three unusual “fashion eggs” have just come out, tempting you and then sending you back to your childhood. And because we like to imagine you with chocolate coming out of your ears as you enjoy decorating an egg with magnets in the shape of little mouths: why not try to win the collection through our Facebook contest ?!!
Whether they were brought by Easter bunnies or fluffy chicks, bells or ducks – whatever your cultural affinity – egg hunts (hard boiled or chocolate, with or without decoration) are organised pretty much around the globe. And pretty much all over Belgium, too 😉
And to make the hunt even more interesting and even more Belgian: nothing stops you from organising a simultaneous hunt for the adults to participate in, perhaps for special beers instead of chocolate eggs! 😉
These are the names of two 2 person studios (the magnificent Caramel and the beautiful Praline with it’s soft centre) and a duplex apartment (the delicious Chocolat). They are situated in a typical 1900’s home, between a chocolaterie (which explains the names of the appartments) and the Grand Place de Bruxelles.