Tomorrowland

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“Yesterday is History, Today is a Gift, Tomorrow is Mystery”

Tomorrowland is organized by a Dutch/Belgian entertainment and media enterprise. Tomorrowland is an outdoor dancing event (festival) organized every year in the Flemish town of Boom since 2005.
This is one of the biggest dance festivals in Belgium, and Belgium is the country of music festivals.
This is an amazing festival if you like trance, techno, dumbstep, house and the list goes on.
This is a party that never stops, with their 13 scens the music is almost non stop.
They have all the most famous artist like:
David Guetta, Fatboy Slim, Avicii, Skillex, John Digweed, Alesso, Solomun,  Martin Solveig, Bloody Beetroots, Pendulum
And many many more.
The atmosfere is kickin, the music is the best.
This is one thing you dont want to miss..
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Brussels beer weekend

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One of the best beer events  in Belgium is the Brussels Beer Weekend, which is held in early September.

It takes place in the stunning Grand  Place.
Besides being free and featuring plenty of great Belgian beer at good prices, this Brussels beer festival also offers live entertainment in the way of brass and jazz bands. There are also activities for kids to enjoy.
Many small-, medium-sized and large Belgian breweries participate to present you their best selections of beers. Belgium offers you a unique range of beers having the most contrasting tastes and flavours.  Nowhere else in the world you can find a larger choice of regional, authentic and colourful beers.
This is truly a beer lovers heaven.
* Friday 31 August from 6 till 10 p.m.,
* Saturday 1st September from 11 a.m. till 9 p.m. and
* Sunday 2nd September from 11 a.m. till 8 p.m.!

Carnival of Binche

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Belgium warms up for the sumer with the carnival season.

To experience one of the most festive times of year, venture into Belgium’s French-speaking region in the south, Wallonia, with its rolling hills, lush green landscapes and picturesque towns with cobble stone streets.
Each town has their own colorful celebration taking place, generally, immediately before Lent. The festivities come complete with costumes, masks, street parties and processions filling the streets. Carnival is steeped in long standing Medieval traditions, which locals take pride in recreating each year.
This is Belgium’s most famous carnival, the carnival is in a small town of Binche, it attracts thousands of visitors annually.
This colorful event, is not to be missed.

The sea

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We took a small day-tour to the sea.

We walked along the shore, finding a lot of shells.
It was really windy that day but we both enjoyed it a lot. After walking hand in hand and playing a bit by the sand along the shore we went into a café and had a well deserved cup of warm chocolate.
It was wonderful.

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The Caves of Han

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The Caves of Han

Take your love with you into the caves & discover the amazing creations of mother Earth.

This is an interesting and fascinating visit. Only the travel to the caves is very nice. You buy your tickets and you jump on a open slow-moving train. You go a bit trough the city and then you head out in the woods.
In the area you can also visit the zoo. You pass the fields where they have the animals, so its like a small safari as well!
Its perfect sitting together and warming each other as you pass the woods, Its beautiful.
The train ride takes about 15 minutes.
You walk in the caves and get fresh air in your lungs. You follow the guide as he makes the tour.
You will about 5 kilometers and make stops as the guide will talk about all the wonders in the caves. The guidetour is in french or dutch, but it´s just to go and ask the guide for english and he will make a small private tour for you.
The stories he tells are amazing, from the cavemen that lived there to the river that runs in the cave where the local fish stays during the winter.
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