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Kaja is a food creative and private chef based in Stockholm. She loves to try new food trends, visit fun and inspiring restaurants around the world and to share her internationally inspired recipes with readers and her followers. Kaja is also a passionate sourdough bread baker. In April, she will launch her own Cookie business in Stockholm.

16 October 2020

Creativity on a plate: Rouge Tomate, Brussels

Rouge Tomate is a place full of stories. Be it the long way of chef Alex Joseph towards becoming an owner and chef, or the friendly […]
15 October 2020

Autumn in Bruges

Bruges is an amazing city to visit not only during the summer, but also in autumn. Bruges is also known as the “Venice of the North” […]
14 October 2020

Mobile Covid-19 laboratory now operational at Brussels Airport

The mobile laboratory at Brussels Airport is now open. With this lab, the samples taken in the Test Centre can be analysed immediately on site, and […]
14 October 2020

Traveling through cinema: Berlinale Forum in Brussels

During the German presidency of the EU, the Goethe-Insitut Belgium is working with BOZAR Cinéma and Cinema Galeries to show a selection of films from the […]
14 October 2020

The Grand Place of Brussels in brief

The Grand Place – or Grote Markt in Dutch – is the main square of Brussels. The square includes the City Hall, the Maison du Roi, […]
13 October 2020
Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport accelerates preparations for a Covid-19 vaccine

Brussels Airport is ready to receive and ship the first COVID-19 vaccines. A taskforce at Brucargo, the cargo division of the airport, is working full force […]
13 October 2020

5 vintage markets in Belgium you need to visit

On a lazy Sunday morning, nothing beats hunting for treasures at a vintage market. It is the perfect combination of a practical yet at the same […]
9 October 2020

Brussels bars forced to close receive €2,000 from the city

The City of Brussels has announced that it will provide one-off aid, to the amount of €2,000, to bar and cafe operators who have been forced […]
9 October 2020

Discovering 3 Brussels’ Peeing Statues

It might sound weird, but one of the most famous symbols of the capital of Europe is a little curly boy peeing shamelessly right a few […]
9 October 2020

Mazda in the spotlight: 100 years of history at Autoworld

To pay tribute to this dynamic centenarian, from the 16th October through to 13th December Autoworld is organising a retrospective of the Japanese make with 16 […]
8 October 2020

A new mural pays homage to health care workers in Brussels

In recent years, Brussels has seen the creation of several new murals created by street artists and supported by various regional institutions. At the initiative of […]
7 October 2020

Stricter measures imposed in Brussels to stop spread of Covid-19

Under new proposals, all cafés in Brussels will have to close their doors from Thursday 8 October. It applies to cafes and the cafeterias of sports […]
7 October 2020

Autumn in Brussels

Many people are sad when summer is over; but, on the contrary, I am happy because I love autumn. Autumn is my favorite season because the […]
6 October 2020

Ghent: A trip to the beautiful Flemish city

With the rain pattering on the windows in early October, I think back to a trip I made to Ghent back in 2017. What do I […]
2 October 2020

EU approves €2.2 million state aid to support Flemish airports

The European Commission has approved €2.2 million sated aid to support the operators of Flemish airports (Kortrijk airport, Antwerp airport and Ostend-Bruges airport). The measures in […]
30 September 2020

5 Belgian Specialties you cannot miss when in Brussels

Brussels is known worldwide to be the heart of politics and EU institutions. But this fabulous city has much more to offer. It has a vibrant […]
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