Brussels Photo Diary

We spent an amazing 3 days in the Belgian city of Brussels. This is our Brussels photo diary, with 20 of our favourite images from the trip that showcase some of the architecture, history, and culture that the city has to offer.

We visited Brussels in February with my friend Sophia. It was a little cold and wet, but we didn’t let that stop us from wandering around the picturesque cobbled streets and indulging in Belgian beer, waffles, and fries.

Brussels is a great city for photographers. The buildings are gorgeous, and the city is rightly famed for it’s Art Nouveau architecture. It was the home of architects Victor Horta and Paul Hankar, who are credited with designing the first two Art Nouveau buildings in the world.

(Anyone serious about architecture should check out this fantastic guide to the architecture in Brussels.)

Brussels is a small city, making it pretty easy to walk around. We loved taking it easy, camera in hand, and exploring the best of what the city has to offer.

Here are our favourite photos to inspire you to explore Brussels too.

Brussels Photo Diary

Brussels Photo Diary: Architecture at Grand Place

Brussels Photo Diary: Chinese Lanterns for Chinese New Year decorations in Galeries Royales

Brussels Photo Diary: Galeries Royales with decorations for Chinese New Year

Architecture and windows on buildings in Brussels, Belgium

Statue at Place Royal, Brussels, Belgium

Architecture at Brussels Palace, Belgium

Golden gates with lanterns in Brussels, Belgium

Architecture at Notre Dame Cathedral in Brussels, Belgium

Architecture at Notre Dame Cathedral in Brussels, Belgium

Rooftops in Brussels, Belgium

Buildings in Brussels, Belgium

Alleyway in Brussels, Belgium


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