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.

28 October 2021

New York has just gotten a new tourist highlight with this mirrored room above Grand Central

When visiting New York City as a tourist – or as a local – you’ve already go your hands more than full. The city is so […]
28 October 2021

Movie director Wes Anderson has designed a real-life train and you can hop aboard

In the world of cinematography, Wes Anderson is an institution. The American filmmaker has a very particular style that distinguishes him from other directors. His movies […]
27 October 2021

Where to eat the best shrimp croquettes in Flanders

When talking about Belgium’s gastronomy, we often limit ourselves to fries, chocolate and beer. Waffles are mentioned every now and then, yet that’s is. It’s like […]
26 October 2021

4 stunning coworking places in Europe you should know about for your next workation

Since the pandemic hit, homeworking has been the daily routine for many of us. And even know that some employers are asking their employees to come […]
26 October 2021

Another celebrity just opened his own restaurant and his name is Eminem

Even though there are a million reasons why celebrities are different from people like you and me, there are another million confirming they are indeed human […]
25 October 2021

This app tells you where and when to drink the cheapest beer

Drinking a beer with your friends has been a tradition for ages. Whether it’s after a hard week worth of work to release the tension, during […]
22 October 2021

10 most instagrammable cities in the UK

The first things to pop into our mind when thinking about the United Kingdom are, without a doubt, London, followed by The Queen and pubs. Don’t […]
20 October 2021

These are 5 of the most beautiful train stations in Europe

A famous quote says: “Life is not about the destination, it’s about the journey.” Wise words, often true, yet not exclusively. Because let’s be honest, sometimes, […]
18 October 2021

In need of a dive? This platform is the Airbnb of swimming pools

Nowadays, when you’re in need of something – anything really – you just search it online. Before, people had to talk to others, look in papers […]
15 October 2021

ASMR lovers unite: a special expo is coming to London

If you’re reading this and wondering what the heck ASMR stands for, you’ve clearly not spent a lot of time on YouTube these last couple of […]
14 October 2021

5 historical sites in Europe so special you can’t even visit them

Going on holiday means something different for each and every one of us. Some prefer to relax on a beach for ten days in a row, […]
14 October 2021

Did you know Chanel also produces its own wine?

Ah, Chanel. The French brand is known all over the world, probably first and foremost for its fashion line. The house was founded in 1910 by […]
13 October 2021

‘Amazon of Europe’: the biggest cross-border biosphere reserve in the world

The Amazon rainforest is probably the most famous forest on this planet. It’s big, it’s beautiful, yet sadly it’s also being threatened by human activity. Even […]
6 October 2021

5 destinations you should definitely consider visiting this autumn

Even though in our minds, summer just started, fautumn is already upon us. Gone are the endless summer nights, gone are the careless Sundays spent at […]
6 October 2021

Hong Kong welcomes world’s first meme museum

During the pandemic, we’ve had to miss them for quite a while, but museums are back and stronger than ever. And we’re glad they are. In […]
23 September 2021

This European city will be World Capital of Architecture in 2026

In our quest for a more sustainable future, architecture plays a central role. Whatever we do, however we imagine the years to come, one thing’s for […]
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