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.

15 March 2023

A Canadian hotel where you can sleep amongst lions to open in 2023

Booking a hotel room is usually a treat in itself but now a Canadian hotel is offering guests a unique thrill: the chance to sleep among lions. At […]
10 March 2023

The best cycling route of the year lies in Belgium

Spring is upon us and that implies multiple things. Firstly, it’ll finally be the time of the year again to spend a night on a terrace […]
9 March 2023

Dublin’s canals are being turned into a cycling heaven

Dublin is one of those European cities that tends to stay a little under the radar. It’s certainly less famous than let’s say Paris, Amsterdam or […]
8 March 2023

Canada’s first zero-emission train to launch in Québec this summer

Even though travelling by train is already an eco-conscious alternative to taking the plane or driving our individual cars, there’s always room for improvement. In a […]
8 March 2023

Diane von Fürstenberg launches a collection of iconic sneakers with Skechers

When you’re talking about fashion icons, Belgian designer Diane von Fürstenberg is definitely a woman to watch and has been for years. Most of us mainly […]
2 March 2023

5 gardens in the Dordogne you can’t miss

France has got a lot to offer and no, we’re not just talking about the wine and cheese. Tourists tend to focus on Paris or maybe […]
1 March 2023

Paris’ Opera House that inspired ‘Phantom of the Opera’ becomes an Airbnb, but there is a catch

For many culture freaks, there’s nothing like spending a night out at the opera. You start by getting in the mood by drinking a little aperitif […]
24 February 2023

What is a bestiemoon and why should you take one?

When it comes to travelling, a honeymoon is often seen as the Holy Grail. After all, most of those who get married plan to do so […]
23 February 2023

Joshua Tree’s ‘Invisible House’ hit the market for $18 million

Invisibility is something we’ve all dreamt about at least once in our lives but sadly, there’s no way just yet for us mortals to make ourselves […]
23 February 2023

New Rhum Festival is to coming to Brussels in March

Belgium has a never-ending love for beer. That may be a cliché but it’s definitely one of those you can’t deny. Every city, every town, every […]
22 February 2023

Paris’ Gare du Nord to get a makeover and triple in size by 2024

The Paris’ Gare du Nord will triple in size by 2024, just in time for the 2024 Olympics, held in Paris. The architect Denis Valode will […]
17 February 2023

5 private islands you can rent without being rich

To many of us, a private island seems like something out of a Hollywood movie. Imagine a romcom situated in an exotic country, where the lead […]
16 February 2023

5 Best places to retire in Europe in 2023

Ah, retirement. For some of us it’s something from a faraway future, something we think of every now and then. Something we’re afraid we might not […]
10 February 2023

Are you always getting sick from eating oysters?

Food. It’s something we consume each and every day. Something very personal, as we’ve all got our personal tastes which aren’t to be discussed. Something essential, […]
9 February 2023

5 green spots around Brussels for an unforgettable Valentine’s Day

What to do for Valentine? It’s a question many of us will have to answer in the upcoming days, with February 14th just around the corner. […]
8 February 2023

5 Valentine’s Day activities to try out in Brussels

In just a few days’ time, we’ll be celebrating the most romantic day of the year. Even though Valentine might seem like a commercial feast to […]