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27 September 2021

Co-working in a place where you can also work-out? Yes, it’s possible

The Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way we work. For many, the typical 9-5 office based job has become home based, as health restrictions have […]
22 September 2021

Belgium’s Hallerbos becomes a natural reserve

Every spring in April, in Belgium, there is a part of heaven that blooms and shows all its splendor. The Hallerbos forest is one of the […]
22 September 2021

Bozar opens terrace with a panoramic view of Brussels

On Tuesday September 14th, the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels (Bozar) inaugurated its brand new roof terrace. The concept had already been imagined by the […]
21 September 2021

20 years of Aspria, a revolution in the world of fitness in Belgium

Aspria, a leader in high-end sports and wellness clubs in Europe, is celebrating its 20th anniversary at the brand’s first ever club Belgian, which opened in […]
21 September 2021

“Slow life. Radical Practices of the Everyday” A new exhibition at the Liszt Institute Brussels

The Liszt Institute Brussels opens the autumn cultural season with a group exhibition of contemporary artists from the Visegrad Four. Co-organized with the Ludwig Museum Budapest, […]
20 September 2021

A taste of unique Indonesian flavours conquers Antwerp

Indonesia is a large country with a wide variety of unique products offered by its agricultural sector. According to the country’s Statistic Bureau, agriculture is one […]
20 September 2021

Belgium lifts use of face mask while Brussels implements wider use of Covid Safe Ticket

The extension of the Covid Safe Ticket (CST) will be mandatory in Brussels on October 1st for a whole series of sectors, such as the hotel […]
17 September 2021

Bruges’ new shopping plan bans souvenir shops

The picturesque town of Bruges is implementing a new shopping plan to ensure the availability of various commercial offerings. Authorities have decided to prohibit the opening […]
16 September 2021

A walk all around Brussels – the Promenade Verte

They say a person’s character can be judged by how they treat the vulnerable and less fortunate. In the same way, perhaps a city can best […]
14 September 2021

Meet the new kid on the block: 5-star Juliana Hotel Brussels

Juliana Hotel Brussels is the new 5-star hotel in the heart of the Belgian capital. It has been recently inaugurated by Philippe Close, Brussels’ Mayor, and […]
14 September 2021

Brussels Airport tests use of drones to chase away birds from runways

Brussels Airport and skeyes continue to explore the possible uses of drones for bird control at the airport. To that effect, the airport has been conducting […]
14 September 2021

Doctors in Brussels may now prescribe museum visits to help alleviate Covid fatigue and stress

Doctors in Brussels will now be able to prescribe museum visits to rebuild mental health in the Belgian capital. The initiative is part of a three-month […]
13 September 2021

Emirates’ Brussels-Dubai route shows positive signs despite Covid-19

Despite the pandemic, Belgian managing authorities of Emirates airline declared that the Brussels-Dubai route operated by the carrier has been very profitable since last winter. In […]
10 September 2021

What would 1900s Ghent look like in color?

Nearly all images of old times are in black and white, especially those from the early twentieth century? How would cities and people look if we […]
8 September 2021

Will it be possible to keep our gym routines in the ‘new reality’?

Take a moment to look at your life, the routines that you have now and you didn’t use to. The ones that you no longer have. […]
7 September 2021

Tintin will fly with Brussels Airlines for other 5 years

Rackham, still one of the most photographed aeroplanes in the world, will be part of the Brussels Airlines fleet until 2026. As Rackham reached its repainting […]
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