Camille Van Puymbroeck


Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

13 April 2021

These are the most honest cities in the world

When travelling, there’s nothing more reassuring than honest people. Whether you are hiking through No Man’s Land or buying oranges at the local grocery store, honesty […]
9 April 2021

Tibães Monastery: where tradition and leisure meet

Since Portugal allowed museums and cafés to reopen on April 5th, lots of us have been dreaming about going to the ever-sunny country. Oh, what we’d […]
8 April 2021

This stunning hiking route crosses all three Baltic States

When looking for a place to travel in Europe, the Baltics are all too often overlooked. As they’re located somewhere in between Western Europe, Scandinavia, Southern […]
30 March 2021

Have you tried astro travelling, the latest trend?

No fan of crowds? Maybe astro tourism is what you’re looking for In life, there are different kinds of people. Some of us can’t stand to […]
23 March 2021

5 things we might do differently while travelling after the pandemic

When was the last time you’ve set foot outside your country, maybe even your city? Chances are, you’ll have to think about it for a bit […]
15 March 2021

Cheers to Gudule Winery, the first urban winery in Belgium

Ah, wine. One of the many treats life has on offer. A drink as multifunctional as a utility knife – always to be enjoyed with moderation, […]
11 March 2021

Texel set to be the first plastic-free Dutch island

Plastic is everywhere. One look in your cupboards will probably suffice to see that we live in a world where almost everything comes packaged. On trip […]
9 March 2021

10 Most remote places on Earth

Tranquility is a special notion. Some of us really do like to be alone (from time to time), without a single living soul nearby, with only […]
8 March 2021

Illy is not only a coffee brand, you can also try their wine

When you hear the name Illy, you most probably immediately think about a nice Italian cup of coffee. For me, the brand is directly connected with […]
8 March 2021

This is what Amsterdam would look like if it were set amidst the mountains

When thinking of Amsterdam, we all have a pretty similar way to picture the city. The Dutch capital is known for its picturesque canals, for its […]
4 March 2021

Valencia becomes first European city to measure the carbon emissions of its tourists

Living in the year 2021, it’s safe to say that we’re becoming more and more aware of our ecological footprint. Some exceptions put aside, most of […]
1 March 2021

5 exciting new museum openings planned for 2021

What to do on a Sunday afternoon during a worldwide pandemic? Well, honestly, you don’t have a lot of options. Of course you could go for […]
25 February 2021

The European countries with the most nature reserves

There’s a lot that has been cancelled over the last year but one thing we’ve still been able to enjoy is nature. More than ever, we’ve […]
19 February 2021

How to spend 24 hours in Liège

When visiting Belgium, most tourists are sticking to the well-known cities: Brussels, Bruges, maybe Antwerp and Ghent… And let’s be very clear about this, you are […]
10 February 2021

Five awe-inspiring futuristic architectural highlights in Kazakhstan

Any of our faithful readers will know that we’ve written quite a lot about Kazakhstan already. No wonder, as the country has a lot to offer: […]
9 February 2021

These are the safest cities in the world

One of the greatest joys of travelling is the sense of adventure that goes with it. A feeling of entering the unknown, a feeling that anything […]
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