Destinations in Europe:
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Discover Antwerp underground/1 Comment/in Europe/by Koen Blanquart
The open sewers that crossed the major axes of Antwerp in the middle ages have been covered by Napoleon. The city of Antwerp now makes it possible to visit these underground sewers and see the city from a different angle.Read more
Sailing in Croatia/in Europe/by Koen Blanquart
After a crazy summer, time for a break in Croatia!Read more
A City trip to Istanbul, Turkey/1 Comment/in Asia, Europe/by Koen Blanquart
Three days on the border of Europe and Asia. My first discovery of Istanbul, Turkey. Ending the year with a short break: Time to explore Constantinople.Read more
Kyiv, Ukraine visit: impressions/in Europe/by Koen Blanquart
Jam Hotel Brussels, Review/in Europe/by Koen Blanquart
The Jam Hotel opened this summer in Brussels. When I needed a central, comfortable and affordable location, I gave it a try.
Train with Tiger Print – Yekaterinburg to Irkutsk/2 Comments/in Asia, Europe/by Koen Blanquart
On the third leg of my Trans Siberian train trip, a train with tiger prints goes from Yekaterinburg to Irkutsk.
Yekaterinburg: Where Asia Meets Europe/in Europe/by Koen Blanquart
Yekaterinburg had given me a run for my money when I searched my hotel, so now I wanted to see what the city was all about.Read more
The Trans Siberian railroad, 125 years/in Asia, Europe/by Koen Blanquart
The history of the Trans Siberian railroads is a fascinating one. Since I’m spending some time riding it, it’s the right moment to have a look at what happened over the past 125 years:Read more
The Art Hostel in Yekaterinburg – the search/in Asia, Europe/by Koen Blanquart
I arrived in the middle of the night in Yekaterinburg. I booked with the Art Hostel in Yekaterinburg. Now, I just needed to find it.Read more
- Koen Blanquart
- Koen’s most recent book, Suitcase Office explains how we can take advantage as managers from the experiences of digital nomads. It was also published as “Thuisvoordeel” (In Dutch)