Magic happens in the silence.
A feeling of being very connected walking around together without speaking. Just being.
Silence is a doorway to the senses and to a richness different from what the world of spoken words and busyness offers.
When silent we get to use all our senses more, which leads to seeing things differently, noticing new details, being more present, breathing deeper, looking up…
Since I went on my first Silent Sightseeing three years ago, the concept has grown and the experience feels deeper and stronger.
As Bastian Overgaard, the guide and creator of Silent Sightseeing, explains, our body believes that it knows the person it is with when being silent together. When you spend time together with people in this silent space something magical happens.