Here’s A Magical Forest In Belgium Which Is All Carpeted With Bluebell Flowers

You may wonder whether such a fairytale-like forest even exists by looking at the following photos. There are tall, thin trees, skinny winding trail, and lush blue flowers that extend as far as your eyes can see which gives the area a whimsical feel.

It’s simply amazing.

Kilian Schönberger has captured these beautiful photos of the mystical forest called Hallerbos (or Halle Forest in Dutch) which is located in Belgium. Its dense carpet of blue flowers, called Bluebell is the reason this forest looks like in a fairytale. These flowers thrive and bloom creating a magical purple carpet beneath the trees in spring and early summer around April to May. Foggy weather gives the woods a mysterious and ghostly atmosphere which is most suitable for photographers.

The wooded area covers 1360 acres of the European country, mainly in the municipality of Halle in Flemish Brabant. It also covers a small portion of the forest is also found in Walloon Brabant before it was its own forest. Hallerbos stretches over southern Brussels and boasts the title of Europe’s largest beech forest which was a part of the Sonian Forrest.

Kilian Schönberger

Walter Spoor

Adrian Popan

Robert Delpeut

Bart Ceuppens

Mathijs Frenken



Ramon Stijnen

Kilian Schönberger

Kilian Schönberger

Matthias Locker

Jimmy De Taeye

Guy Lambrechts

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