The capital’s annual end-of-year festivities will combine tradition with novelty from 25 November to 1 January, the city has announced.
For the 22nd edition of Winter Wonders, all the usual attractions are programmed, including more than 200 wooden chalets, an ice rink, a Ferris wheel and traditional Christmas tree and nativity scene in the Grand Place.
Among the innovations are a tribute to the First Nations of Canada by Quebec Aboriginal Tourism, reports Belga. Reinforcing the international credentials of the seasonal event as well as showing support for Ukraine, street entertainment from the war-torn country will also be delighting crowds. (From The Bulletin) https://www.plaisirsdhiver.be/en/
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