Tagged with museum

Van Eyck in Bruges

Van Eyck in Bruges

Visit Walk in Bruges – Your private guide in Bruges The museum reopened again on May 18th, the exhibiton has been extended till September 6th. You need to make reservations before your visit on the website of Musea Brugge. You have probably heard about the great Van Eyck exhibition in the MSK in Gent this … Lees verder

List of events in Bruges 2020

List of events in Bruges 2020

Visit:Walk in Bruges – Your private guide in Bruges Due to corona, all large events untill the end of August are cancelled. Museums reopen gradually as of May 18th, 2020. You need to make reservations in advance via the website of Musea Bruges. Theatres and cinemas will reopen on July 1st with a maximum of … Lees verder

Berlin for the third time

Berlin for the third time

This year I visited Berlin for the third time. Berlin is like Madrid one of my favorite cities in Europe. This third time around it took a bit more time to prepare an itinerary. We had visited all the usual suspects on our previous visits and it was the middle of winter, so I had … Lees verder

‘A building should tell a story.’ Daniel Libeskind

‘A building should tell a story.’ Daniel Libeskind

And that is exactly what the Judische Museum in Berlin built by Daniel Libeskind does. The large grey building, made out of concrete and clad in zinc sheeting, commemorates the numerous lives lost in the holocaust. ‘How long would it take to recite the names of the 6 million people that died?’ was a question … Lees verder

Bruxelles ma belle

Bruxelles ma belle

Every few months we make a trip to Brussels. There is often an exhibition I do not want to miss, and in May I come for the Queen Elisabeth competition, the world famous classical music competition. We usually combine it with some shopping and a meal at a good restaurant. So after all these years … Lees verder

The Louvre, Paris

The Louvre, Paris

It took us many trips to Paris before visiting The Louvre. We had both visited the Louvre already more than twenty years ago, so memories of it were getting faint. On previous visits the lines in front of the Louvre did not really invite us, and there were always so many other places we hadn’t … Lees verder