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.

24 November 2022

This Parisian Christmas market takes you to Japan

It seems like summer was just yesterday but sadly, we’re here to announce that in about a month, we’ll be entering the winter season. That also […]
24 November 2022

7 accessories to keep you warm on all your winter getaways

The days are getting darker and colder, and there’s no denying it any longer: winter is coming. Quickly. One might get a little nostalgic about those […]
17 November 2022

The new bird paradise you have to visit on the Belgian coast

The Belgian coast is somewhat of a controversial one. Broadly speaking, you either hate it or you love it. For some people, the flat grey coastline, […]
16 November 2022

What can you actually take from your hotel room?

When you’re going on a holiday, these days you get to choose from quite a wide array of accommodation options. Want as much freedom as possible? […]
16 November 2022

This mix between wine and beer is the new it-drink

Every now and then, you come across an invention that makes you wonder: why did no one think of this before? How did this stroke of […]
15 November 2022

3 YouTubers to follow if you’re mad about castles and renovations

When scrolling through YouTube, you’ll quickly realize there’s something for everyone out there. Whether you’re curious about how to fix your broken dishwasher or want to […]
11 November 2022

This Belgian meat is the best in the world

Meat is quite the delicate subject to write about these days. In a world where living sustainably is or at least should be our biggest concern, […]
10 November 2022

Hotel Metropole in Brussels opens its doors once again for a special experience

Historical buildings and what to do with them are a hot topic these days. Our current needs are different from what they used to be decennia […]
3 November 2022

These are the 5 sustainable architects of the year

Sustainability is the buzz-word of the moment and not without reason. With a planet that’s rapidly changing and a climate that’s warming up even faster, we […]
2 November 2022

Wildlife populations have shrunk by 70% in 50 years

Our planet is a splendid ball full of wonders, some already discovered, some still uncovered in some far-away corner of the world. Even though we as […]
1 November 2022

How climate change is forcing monkeys out of trees

Climate change is affecting us all. Every single living being on the Earth gets to experience the consequences of our actions, ranging from terrible droughts to […]
28 October 2022

Strasbourg’s Christmas market will not serve raclette and champagne this year

Christmas is without doubt one of the most celebrated days of the year. It’s a period we like to celebrate with family, friends and a lot […]
26 October 2022

Charles De Gaulle Terminal 2G makeover pays tribute to Paris’ iconic landmarks

Airports are one of those things in life we kind of dread. Sure, they’re necessary if you want to travel the world because well, you first […]
26 October 2022

You can now dance in an old water tower in Brussels

When it comes to out of the ordinary buildings, Brussels has got quite the few. From Art Nouveau houses to the Atomium and everything in between: […]
20 October 2022

This is officially Belgium’s best cheesemaker

Cheese as a food is pretty magic. First of all, it offers tons of possibilities. Whether you choose to eat it with a bit of butter […]
14 October 2022

5 most beautiful forests around Europe to discover this fall

Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that fall has begun. Temperatures have taken a dip, days are getting shorter and the colors have […]
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