Welcome to my world!

Brussels-based but citizen of the world, foodie, art lover, passionate about travelling and photography. Having lived in different cities around Europe over the years, including Athens, London, Paris and nowadays Brussels, I love discovering new spots, trying different flavors and capturing all those little things that make life beautiful with my camera.


You know how they say that Brussels is a boring capital? Well, a few years ago I was one of those people. I would always somehow end up in the same places and kept comparing Brussels with Paris or London, where dining options seem countless. So, I decided to take action and quickly realized that our little EU capital is full of gems waiting to be discovered! 

After playing tourist in my own city for a few months my blog, S Marks The Spots, was born. What started as a personal creative outlet has evolved into an ever-growing treasure map documenting my trips, foodie escapades and other great finds in Brussels, London, Paris and beyond – hence the name.

I am constantly looking for new places to explore and am happy to respond to any questions you may have, so feel free to drop me a line at I love hearing from you! For more updates on the blog and what I’m up to, follow me on Instagram and Facebook and Twitter


Below a few examples on S Marks The Spots’ recent press features.


Keeping S Marks The Spots as honest and authentic as possible is really important to me, so all meals, travels and products I mention are paid by yours truly. In case I get invited to review a new spot or try a new experience, I always mention I was a guest and share my honest opinion. I also work with a few affiliate companies which pay a very small percentage of their profit every time someone clicks or buys something via a link they found on the website. It is my principle to only write about places or things I have tried, enjoyed and feel my readers would be interested in, so you will never see on the blog any recommendations about products, services or places I do not genuinely like.