On my trip to Europe last year, one of the towns I visited that I completely fell in love with was The Hague, or Den Haag, which is a small city in the Netherlands. Not that I think it's possible to even love Holland even more than I do now, but this town is the one I find myself constantly missing. It was gorgeous, and the people were beyond lovely. This might sound a little over the top, but I do want to live there someday. Or maybe just travel and stay there for a long time. That's how much I loved it.
One of the main reasons I fell in love with Den Haag is this street that they have called the Lange Voorhout. It's actually a street located around the centre of Den Haag, and it is just, wow, what word should I even use? Magical?
It was literally surreal. The trees were absolutely breathtaking, and the street was so serene and beautiful. Along the sides of the street itself, there was your typical row of pretty Dutch homes, and in a few spots inside the park, there were actually some modern art sculptures (which I sadly didn't get to photograph at that time).
There's really not much to say about this one, so I'm kind of aiming for a more visual post this time. Just, you gotta see it for yourself. No filters were used in the making of this post. I hope the beauty of Lange Voorhout takes your breath away just like how it takes mine away every time I look back at these photos. I just have no words.
And so this ongoing wanderlust continues, in the form of my travel blog posts, and so continues my undying love for Holland as well as my extreme wish to be able to go back. I'm not going back this year, but hopefully next year, or the year after that. I'll definitely come back, I just know it.
What do you think of these photos? Do you also have a place you travelled to recently and are just dying to go back to? Leave a comment below, and tell me all about it!
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