Camille Van Puymbroeck

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21 January 2021

Why pilgrimages will be the biggest travel trend in 2021

The new year has begun for quite a while now so it’s about time we talked about what this year will have to offer. Of course, […]
13 January 2021

In Sweden, small talk is not everyone’s cup of tea

It may seem like a totally different era, yet there certainly was a time during which we carelessly and enthusiastically travelled the world. A time during […]
5 January 2021

Rafting in Kazakhstan

Planning an adventurous getaway? Go rafting in Kazakhstan Last year hasn’t exactly been a great deal of fun for all the travelers out there. We’ve been […]
31 December 2020

Miami to welcome underwater museum promoting threatened reefs

Our planet is warming up and that doesn’t stay without consequences. Pointing out every single one would lead us too far, so let’s just focus on […]
21 December 2020

The ultimate gift guide for travel lovers

So far, 2020 hasn’t been the best year for travelers. Due to the pandemic, travelling was quite complicated and often even prohibited. Travel plans got cancelled, […]
18 December 2020

5 hotels where you might be in the company of the British Royal Family

The British Royals are probably more popular than any other royal family in the world. Their history, their traditions, their undeniable Britishness… it all speaks to […]
17 December 2020

Three Christmas-proof dessert recipes

There is no doubt: Christmas will look a lot different this year. Depending on where you live, the regulations may differ but chances are you will […]
11 December 2020

These are Belgium’s best chocolatiers

Belgium and chocolate: it’s a never-ending love story. Most tourists visiting Belgium don’t really know what the country has to offer (except for Bruges maybe) but […]
7 December 2020

These are the best steak restaurants in the world and two of them are in Belgium

Anno 2020, steaks are a bit controversial. Of course, some people absolutely love them. Man has been eating meat for quite some time now – this […]
4 December 2020

Take a festively-lit, origami-themed tour through Brussels

December has started and the festive season had officially begun. It’s time to stuff our faces with yummy food, to put up and decorate the Christmas […]
4 December 2020

This cycling path will take you all the way around Italy’s largest lake

For a lot of people living in Europe, Italy is one of their favorite destinations. Not only does the country have a ton of sightseeing highlights […]
30 November 2020

Klitmøller: the “Cold Hawaii” in Denmark

When you think about surfers, chances are you have a quite specific image in mind. Endless beaches, blue, steady waves and an always-present sun. Let’s add […]
26 November 2020

The ‘Slow Ways’-project wants to put all the local British walkways on the map

All in all, lockdown is not exactly something we are happy about. No one likes to be trapped inside for several weeks, months even. It is […]
24 November 2020

Italian ragù: The comfort food you need this winter

Italy, oh, Italy. I think it is safe to say that most of us, certainly those who are living in Europe, have got some sweet memories […]
18 November 2020

5 mountain cabins to isolate yourself

In challenging times like these, sometimes, we need to gain a little perspective in order to move on. Yet, it is rather difficult to distance yourself […]
13 November 2020

What it’s like to learn how to ski at 23

As far as skiing goes, there are two very clear groups in society. Those whose parents are skiing freaks and put them on the slopes from […]
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