Last October, with the whole team, we went to the smallest city in the world which is called Durbuy. Located in Belgium, this historical place is really famous in the country. It was a very special occasion for them to discover the place with a local. Yes, I’m a Belgian guy who left his countryside to go to Paris - What a crazy man I am but in fact, that’s really interesting to be able to disconnect during a weekend and show that it’s possible to breathe and not thinking about work especially in this valley where nature is the keyword.
Imagine, you live in a busy city where people shout and cars horn all day long and how peaceful it could be suddenly being in a quiet area for an entire weekend!
One day, we were hiking around the city enjoying the streets and architecture and we also had the opportunity to rest next to a river... It was the time for the boss’ dog to make his first steps into the water. He was so afraid that we had to walk on the stones so that the dog can be confident. But at the end, he did it!
Durbuy is a small but very exciting city because you can go around in 30 minutes and be surprised at every corner of the street. This city has a lot to offer such as a refreshing atmosphere, a forest all around, a river (thing that you cannot see in Paris or in big cities). People are really kind and they take the time to answer you, guide you or even smile. We don’t know what we need to add or to say because you won’t regret your journey! It’s worth it.
As we said before, Durbuy is a small city so don’t expect too much but a quiet place. Even Belinda Carlisle could say that “Heaven is a place on earth”.
If you want to plan a visit in this fantastic place: we won’t recommend you places. What's better than walking on the streets and being lost to discover things by yourself?
I hope you enjoyed this little article which has made you want to go there!
Haven’t you planned it yet? Don’t worry! Here is a link that will permit you to learn a bit more about the smallest city in the world: http://www.durbuyinfo.be/
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