🇧🇪 Belgium


15 July 2020

Live streaming in Brussels to support the music sector in Covid-19 times

The Brussels music scene is going through a crisis never experienced before. To support it, visit.brussels, Le Botanique and Kiosk Radio are launching artist residences and […]
14 July 2020

A day trip to Bruges

Yesterday, I went to Bruges in Belgium after the lockdown for almost 3,5 months. From Brussels to Bruges, by train, the trip is relatively not too […]
10 July 2020
Brussels Airport

Gradual recovery of passenger flights at Brussels Airport

Since June 15th, Brussels Airport has been welcoming passengers for non-essential travel. 83,589 passengers passed through Brussels Airport that month, representing a decrease of – 96.5% […]
10 July 2020

Belgium bans travel to
three EU regions

The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Belgium has released a list with color codes indicating the areas to which Belgian citizens are not allowed to go this […]
8 July 2020

Belgium closes borders
to 15 non-Schengen countries

The Belgian Government has decided to keep its borders closed to travelers from the 15 countries that the European Union had recently marked as sufficiently safe. […]
7 July 2020

New health safety label for the Brussels tourism sector

In order to enable the sector to reopen as safely as possible, today, the Brussels-Capital Region and visit.brussels are launching a health safety label, created in […]
5 July 2020

Brussels Airport welcomed more than 10 000 passengers for the first time in 3 months

Since the restart of non-essential travels within Europe on the 15th of June and as more countries reopened their borders, Brussels Airport has been adding more destinations […]
3 July 2020

A day trip to Durbuy:
The smallest city in the world

Living in Belgium for 5 years now, makes me realize that there are a lot of beautiful cities in this country. One of them is certainly […]
30 June 2020

Brussels Airlines to expand its flight offers in September and October

In September and October, Brussels Airlines plans to offer more destinations and extra frequencies on both leisure and corporate routes. The Belgian airline will operate 45% […]
27 June 2020
La buvette dinner

10 best places for natural wines and great food in Brussels

Natural wine – what is that? Normally, this means that the wine is produced without any chemical additives and all fermentation processes and production happens in […]
23 June 2020
Ghent

Putting sustainable tourism at the centre of Ghent’s post-covid recovery

The Belgian city of Ghent has allocated more than €1.5m to boost its post-pandemic tourism, including more emphasis on sustainable tourism. In what it calls “a […]
23 June 2020

Exploring Brussels by boat

A souvenir from the spring of 2017. The water in the canal lies peaceful, a mix of warm tones and colors at dusk, the mirrored image […]
22 June 2020
airport worker

Alyzia receives temporary license for baggage and ramp handling at Brussels Airport

Alyzia SAS has been allowed the right to operate as a ground handling service provider at Brussels Airport for the next six months and will receive […]
19 June 2020

Lufthansa may sell Brussels Airlines or let it go bankrupt

Brussels Airlines, which employs 4,200 people, said last month it would cut its fleet of aircraft by 30 percent and its workforce by a quarter to […]
18 June 2020
travel truck

Travel-truck proposes ecological ways of travel

Jean-François Delvaulx has had an innovative idea for the times we live in: he has created a truck meant to be a moving travel agency. For […]
15 June 2020
aspria

Give yourself the best start to the day

What do your mornings look like? Scowling at the alarm clock that seems to have gone off too early? A frantic coffee and out the door? […]
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