Most people want to discover the most beautiful and charming places in the world and go there, and we know that our Earth would never let us down. These are the fairy tale scenes, this blue forest. However, it is real, called Hallerbos. It is just 30 minutes south of Brussels in Belgium.
The bluebells are the stars of the show, but look out for many other wild flowers. These include the tiny wood sorrel, with its cup-shaped flowers and clover-like leaves, and the star-shaped white flowers of ramsons or wild garlic, which you will probably smell before you see it. The Hallerbos in Flemish, or Bois de Halle in French, is a nature preserve and one of Belgium’s best kept secrets; it’s worth coming to Brussels in the springtime for a visit. Access is free of charge, and in exchange, visitors simply have to abide by the rules–not to wander off the marked paths and not to pick flowers.