🇧🇪 Belgium


23 June 2021

576 passengers caught with fake Covid-19 tests at Brussels Airport

On Tuesday June 22nd, the public prosecutor’s office in Hal-Vilvoorde, Belgium, announced that between April 19th and June 11th, 576 passengers have been caught presenting falsified […]
23 June 2021

Exploring the Citadel of Namur

Namur is a city and capital of the province of the same name in Wallonia, the French speaking part of Belgium. Namur stands at the confluence of the Sambre and Meuse rivers and straddles three different regions; Hesbaye to […]
22 June 2021

Tomorrowland at risk of being cancelled again: Leaders tasked to find a solution

At a press conference on Thursday June 17th, the mayors of Boom and Rumst said that the risks to public safety and health are too high. […]
21 June 2021

New easing of measures in Belgium: Bars and restaurants to remain open until 1am as of June 27th

On Friday June 18th, Belgium’s Consultative Committee met and determined that from 27th of June, bars and restaurants will be allowed to remain open until 1am. […]
21 June 2021

Bozar has announced the lineup for Brussels’ free open-air cinema

As part of the Urban Summer festival in Brussels, Bozar will be screening films in an outside cinema free of charge, and have recently announced the […]
18 June 2021

Masks won’t be compulsory in Flanders by the end of summer

Politicians in Flanders have again underlined their goal of lifting most Covid-19 restrictions by September. According to Euractiv, Flemish Prime Minister Jan Jambon announced that September […]
18 June 2021

5 veggie friendly restaurants to enjoy in Brussels

Traditional Belgian food can be very meat based, and while no doubt delicious to any carnivores out there, this poses certain problems for others. Vegetarian, vegan, […]
18 June 2021

The new Belgica is ready to sail off to new missions

After its launch and long technical preparations in a Spanish shipyard, the future Belgian research vessel of the Federal Science Policy Office (Belspo) is now operational. […]
17 June 2021

Discover Brussels’ most photogenic places on the new ‘Instatour’

Smile Safari, Europe’s largest museum for TikTok and Instagram, has unveiled their latest project, a collaboration with the City of Brussels to show off the Belgian […]
16 June 2021

One of Europe’s largest murals will see the light in Halle, Belgium

The city of Halle will soon have one of the largest murals in Europe. The mural intends to brighten up and provide the Zenne Valley with […]
16 June 2021

Everything you need to know about the Belgian Covid Certificate

Starting today, Belgian residents travelling within the European Union for summer can request a coronavirus certificate to prove that they are Covid-free. Whilst the European ‘Digital […]
16 June 2021

Walk with alpacas – a perfect nature day near Brussels

There are many things that you can do to relax, recharge and reconnect with nature but one of the most fun ones is definitely taking a […]
16 June 2021

Air Antwerp: Another Covid-19 victim

On Friday June 11th, Air Antwerp announced that is shutting down its operations. The company has hardly made any flights between the two cities since March […]
15 June 2021

La Terrasse O2 in Brussels has reopened its doors for the summer

La Terrasse O2 in Brussels is back. A large and highly stylized terrace in the neighborhood of Uccle has restarted operations on Friday June 4th and […]
15 June 2021

Brussels Airlines flights to USA resume service

Brussels Airlines is resuming flights to the USA in what the company describes as ‘a symbolic milestone in our relaunch’. 1. USA flights resumed The Zaventem […]
15 June 2021

10 most Instagrammable places in Bruges

The Belgian city Bruges or Brugge, nicknamed “Little Venice”, is a beautiful city of classic Flemish houses sitting alongside the canals. The historic city center is […]
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