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8 November 2021

Brussels Airlines cancels flights due to sick staff

Last weekend, Brussels Airlines was forced to cancel five flights as a result of a staff shortage due to illness or quarantine. At the beginning of […]
5 November 2021

The Gare Maritime is ready to welcome customers in Brussels

The Gare Maritime, former freight station built in 1907, has been fully redeveloped 110 years later. The building’s energy is renewable and is generated on site. […]
4 November 2021

The perfect day out at Leuven’s M Museum and the BANG! Festival

Leuven is just a short train ride from Brussels and offers the perfect escape from the Belgian capital. With BANG! Festival happening in Leuven this autumn and winter, I seized the opportunity and […]
4 November 2021

Something Beautiful. An exhibition at La Vallée in Brussels

Many things beautiful are happening at La Vallée in Molenbeek this week – painters, dancers, sculptors, poets and performance artists have come together in the second […]
3 November 2021

Place Royale in Brussels to become practically car-free

The project to redevelop the Place Royale in Brussels received a favorable opinion in the last days of October by the consultative committee of the City […]
2 November 2021

“Orient Express” exhibition welcomes visitors in Brussels

From 26 October 2021 until 17 April 2022, Train World in Brussels is hosting an exceptional exhibition dedicated to the epic story of the Orient-Express and […]
1 November 2021

5 yoga studios that are worth your while in Brussels

Even though yoga has been around for thousands of years, it only recently reached its full potential. More and more people are starting to recognize its […]
29 October 2021

Manneken-Pis receives a new costume and joins the fight against climate change

The upcoming conference on climate change, COP26, is to take place in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12. To mark the event, the British Embassy […]
29 October 2021

Duvel celebrates its 150th anniversary with an iconic-shaped bottle

Belgium’s Duvel Moortgat Brewery is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year with the release of a special brew called Duvel Distilled. The commemorative bottle will have […]
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 […]
27 October 2021

Belgium to reinstall use of masks indoors as Covid-19 cases increase

Belgium’s Consultative Committee met on Tuesday, October 26, and Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced that masks will again be mandatory inside shops and other indoor […]
27 October 2021

Brussels Airport is expecting more than 430,000 passengers during the autumn holidays

The autumn holidays are the first break after the summer holidays and are popular with those wanting to catch the last rays of sun in Europe, […]
25 October 2021

The Festival of Lights arrives in Brussels this autumn

Bright Brussels, the festival of lights in Brussels, is back this autumn for a special edition. Ten nights and two routes through the heights of the […]
20 October 2021

Brussels-Luxembourg train route to be possible in 2 hours by 2024

Last Friday, Thomas Dermine, Secretary of State for Recovery and Strategic Investments presented a 2.6-billion-euro federal Recovery and Investment Plan which includes funds for major renovations […]
19 October 2021

Japan Fair Festival is arriving to Brussels

A festival dedicated to Japanese culture will take place in Brussels from November 6th to 7th 2021 at Tour & Taxis. Anyone who loves sushi, Japanese […]
19 October 2021

Belgium to introduce an aviation tax on flights under 500 km

The Belgian federal government announced that a new “boarding tax” to short-haul flights will be implemented in order to incentivize travelers to both, use more sustainable […]
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