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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.

26 May 2022

This website reveals unique cycling itineraries to discover Belgium

The pandemic has changed a lot. From how we work to how we interact with people, the sanitary crisis left little untouched. And even though, generally […]
26 May 2022

An enormous new beer garden opened in Brussels

Belgium and beer, it’s so much more than an alliteration. The brewing business has been rooted into the Belgian culture for centuries and it’s quite the […]
25 May 2022

Atomium ranks as the most popular destination of Google Street View

The Google Street View platform has been around for the past 15 years helping travellers to better visualize and prepare their trips. In Belgium, the Atomium […]
25 May 2022

Belgian drivers ranked worst in European traffic behaviour survey

The Europe Vinci Foundation’s study on dangerous and inappropriate traffic behaviour ranked Belgian drivers as having the worst behaviour. 1. Stress The study, which was conducted […]
24 May 2022

Ghent to host the world cycling summit

Ghent has won the bid to host Velo-city 2024, becoming the first Belgian city to host the conference since Brussels in 2009. 1. Ghent  The European […]
24 May 2022

A church in Brussels to be transformed into a climbing hall

From 2023, a church in Brussels will be transformed into a climbing hall. Located in the municipality of Forest, in the Brussels Region, the Church of […]
23 May 2022

Belgium scraps face masks and testing for travelling

Travelling to and from Belgium will become a lot easier. Since yesterday, the country lifted the mandatory use of face masks and a series of travelling […]
18 May 2022

First next generation Lego Discovery Centre in the world to open in Brussels in June

The long-awaited LEGO Discovery Centre (LDC) will finally open on 24 June at Docks, Brussels. It will be the first next generation LDC in the world, […]
18 May 2022

‘Sorry, Not Sorry’ street art festival is back in Ghent

Art lovers will already know that Ghent has a world-class arts scene and this year is no exception. Just an hour from Brussels, easily accessible by […]
17 May 2022

Brussels Airport Marathon is back after 2 years of pandemic

The Brussels Airport Marathon & Half Marathon is back on Sunday 2 October after a forced absence of two years. What’s more, the event can reveal […]
17 May 2022

Hold your pee and poo when it rains in Brussels

It’s a strange request spotted in the streets of Brussels: “Hold your pee and poo when it rains.” One that could easily be seen as a […]
16 May 2022

Brussels Art Nouveau gem for sale starting at €1.8 million

An Art Nouveau gem in Brussels has recently been listed for sale by Sotheby’s International Realty Belgium and bidding starts at €1.8 million. Offers must be […]
16 May 2022

The Brussels Jazz Festival comes to the heart of Europe in May

During the last weekend of May, Europe’s largest jazz festival will once again welcome you to Brussels. The sixth edition of Brussels Jazz Weekend puts the […]
13 May 2022

10 unique species at the Meise Botanic Garden

The Meise Botanic Garden is the perfect place for a get away. A stone’s throw from Brussels, it is ideal for nature lovers. You can relax, […]
13 May 2022

5 Wellness Spas in Belgium

Given it was the Belgians who first began using the term ‘spa’ centuries ago, it is not surprising that this relaxing past time remains extremely popular […]
13 May 2022

Leuven to host Innovation Beer Festival next 21 and 22 May

Next 21 and 22 May the city of Leuven turns into any beer lover’s dream. The Leuven Innovation Beer Festival (LIBF) will bring together 16 innovative […]
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