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31 December 2020

Stricter rules in Belgium: Compulsory quarantine and test after a stay in a red zone

Travel rules and measures have been tightened in Belgium to try to control the continued spread of the new variant of Covid-19. Testing capacity will be […]
30 December 2020

In 2020 Manneken-Pis celebrated 400 years

From 16 October 2019 to 15 May 2020, the City of Brussels celebrated the 400th anniversary of Manneken-Pis. Already in the 15th century, Manneken-Pis played an […]
30 December 2020

10 Beautiful Pictures of Brussels’ Grand Place

The Brussels’ Grand Place is the famous and well-known central square of the capital of Belgium. It is surrounded by typical Brussels architectural buildings like the […]
29 December 2020

Orangutans and otters become darling friends at Belgian zoo

Pairi Daiza is a privately owned zoo and botanical garden situated in the Belgian province of Hainaut. This 65-hectare park hosts more than 5,000 animals (including five […]
22 December 2020

Belgium closes all borders with the UK

Following Prime Minister Alexander De Croo’s announcement on Friday, from midnight last night Belgium closed its borders to travellers coming from the United Kingdom, for 24 […]
22 December 2020

“I aspire to a more local and sustainable tourism in the years to come” – Delphine Houba

2020 will be a year many will want to forget. The shock to the economy and freedom of movement, the lack of face-to-face social interaction will […]
21 December 2020

Brussels Airport: First flights with Covid-19 vaccines worldwide successfully completed

The first flights with COVID vaccines from Brussels Airport have been carried out successfully. Since the end of November, 7 flights have already been carried out […]
20 December 2020

Stricter rules for travelers arriving in Belgium

Belgium has announced tighter measures for border crossings to curb the spread of the coronavirus during the end-of-year period, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced during […]
20 December 2020

The Party Box: All you need to survive the Christmas lockdown

The lockdown has been depressing for us all and, despite an imminent vaccine, there is no end in sight. But, happily, there is some good news […]
18 December 2020

Snow days in Brussels

The first snowflakes have fallen in Belgium at the beginning of December in one of the highest points of the country: the famous Baraque Michel (674 […]
18 December 2020

Brussels Airlines announces 2021 summer schedule with caution

After a difficult 2020, Brussels Airlines is looking cautiously ahead to the summer of 2021. Traditionally, December and January are the months in which Belgians start […]
17 December 2020

Mandatory quarantine for all red-zone travelers returning to Belgium

According to Karine Moykens, head of the Interfederal Testing & Tracing Committee, all travelers entering Belgium from a red zone will have to undergo a mandatory […]
15 December 2020

Expats returning after Christmas scare Belgium

As the expat workforce begins to travel back home for the holidays, Belgian experts start worrying about a possible future spike in Covid-19 infections once expats […]
14 December 2020

First snowing day in Belgium

In Belgium the first snowflakes fell in the beginning of December, in one of the highest points of the country: the famous Baraque Michel (674 m). […]
11 December 2020

10 Famous people from Belgium you should know about

Belgium might be a small country but for centuries it has been a crossroad of cultures, trade and intellectual exchange. It was also at the epicenter […]
11 December 2020

These are Belgium’s best chocolatiers

Belgium and chocolate: it’s a never-ending love story. Most tourists visiting Belgium don’t really know what the country has to offer (except for Bruges maybe) but […]
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