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A Valentine's Day full of surprises

Updated: Mar 31

On February 14th, lovers will be honored with Valentine's Day. The perfect occasion to take a day off and spend a nice moment with your partner. Drink a Flower suggests 3 activities that are out of the ordinary.

A DiscoveRent micro-adventure

DiscoveRent is a responsible and committed travel agency. Maxime and Marie offer different expeditions in Europe, respectful of the environment. Among them, there is their famous packraft initiation in Belgium. The packraft is a small boat, similar to a kayak, deflatable and easily transportable in a hiking bag.

For Valentine's Day, they imagined a unique micro-adventure in the region of Herbeumont, in Luxembourg. On the program? A night in an unusual cabin followed by an introduction to packraft hiking, on the Vierre, and accompanied by a certified guide.

Find all the information on their Instagram or their website.

A day at the spa

In a world where days are ultra busy and phones are ultra connected, it's not always easy to take a break. A moment at the spa is one of the best ways to relax and reconnect. In addition to relaxing you immediately, thermal water has many other virtues. You can also treat yourself by booking a treatment or massage in advance.

Drink a Flower and DAO have decided to spoil you for Valentine's Day. Check out our Instagram page for an exclusive contest.

(Re)discover Brussels

Our beautiful capital is full of good addresses and activities. Why not take advantage of it?

Start your day by getting your strength back at "La Fabrique en Ville". Located in the Egmont Park, it is the ideal place to enjoy a brunch for two. The menu offers something for both sweet and savory palates.

Then discover the bowels of the city on an underground tour at the sewer museum. This will allow you to learn more about the past of Brussels, to contemplate the collection of objects full of history of the museum or to slip into the skin of a sewer worker.

Enjoy the menu of the restaurant "Tatar". For those who haven't heard of it yet, Luca Termine honors tartars in all their forms. Meat, fish, vegetables and even fruit: everything is there!

Stroll through Brussels to the rhythm of the Bright Festival lights. From February 16 to 19, the Bright Festival will illuminate three districts: the Royal district, the European district and the Lehon district. These different routes will focus on the Art Nouveau architectural heritage of Brussels. Let yourself travel with this colorful show.

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