LA BRUYERE, Belgium (Reuters) – Belgian ‘Santa’s Garden’ offers free visits to Santa’s offices, bedrooms, train and sleigh every year, but this year instead of the usual 34 days, Only open for 23 days. Soaring energy prices, said its organizers.
The work of Belgian aeronautical engineer Serge Hennebel, 54, The Garden of Santa Claus is a seasonal aeronautical aviation in the small village of La Bruyère in central Belgium, 38 km (24 miles) southeast of Brussels. It is an entertainment facility.
Illuminated by more than 52,800 lights, it attracts visitors from around the world who can stroll through the village, traverse giant snowman trails, and take photos next to Santa’s sleigh and train. doing.
Energy prices in the eurozone were 35% higher in November than they were 12 months ago, increasing the cost of powering the venues and forcing them to close early, Hennebel said.
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(Reporting by Yves Herman, Writing by Jan Stupshewski, Editing by Alex Richardson)
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