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14 June 2021

A new Art Nouveau Pass has been launched in Brussels

Brussels Museums and urban.brussels, in collaboration with visit.brussels, has launched a New Art Nouveau Pass. The city of Brussels was the global capital of Art Nouveau […]
14 June 2021

World Forum on Gastronomy Tourism to be held in Bruges, Belgium

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Basque Culinary Center (BCC), VisitFlanders and the city of Bruges have announced new dates for the 6th UNWTO World Forum on […]
11 June 2021

Belgium among the first European countries to release digital Covid certificate

Starting on Wednesday June 16th, Belgium will begin to issue the European Digital Covid Certificates, being at the forefront of this initiative in Europe. The office […]
11 June 2021

Photocity: The largest outdoor urban photography exhibition in Europe comes to Brussels this summer

The largest outdoor urban photography exhibition in Europe, Photocity, will come to Brussels this summer. From June 17th to September 12th, an exhibition showcasing the work […]
9 June 2021

Rules to follow in Belgium if you want to watch the Euro 2020 on a terrace with friends

The UEFA Euro European Football Championship is set to start on Friday June 11th when Turkey will play against Italy. The tournament, which could not be […]
9 June 2021

Indoor dining is now allowed in Belgium

Restaurants and bars in Belgium will be able to open for indoor dining from June 9th, authorities announced on Friday June 4th, after the Consultative Committee’s […]
7 June 2021

Brussels mandatory face mask rule to be lifted from June 9

The mandatory face mask rule will be lifted from June 9 in the Brussels-capital region. It remains mandatory in high-traffic areas, inside shops and on public […]
4 June 2021

Several changes in Belgium after today’s Consultative Committee Meeting

In today’s meeting of the Belgian Consultative Committee several topics were up for discussion, from how citizens will be able to travel this summer, to Horeca, […]
31 May 2021

Monks at Belgium’s Grimbergen Abbey are brewing beer again after 223 years

At Grimbergen Abbey, just outside of Brussels in Flemish Brabant, the monks have begun brewing beer on the premises again after 223 years, and are even […]
31 May 2021

Brussels launches major air quality study

Saturday saw the official launch of “CurieuzenAir”, the largest ever air quality study of Belgium’s capital. The data collected will provide more reliable information for politicians […]
27 May 2021

This Belgian town launches its own gin, just in time for summer

Summer is slowly but surely approaching – even though the weather doesn’t always seem to agree. That means we can start to think about endless summer […]
26 May 2021

Brussels art nouveau masterpiece Cauchie House opens to visitors

The world-famous Cauchie House opens to the general public. Anyone who books in advance can visit it at a reasonable price, from 3 July. This is […]
26 May 2021

Belgian Government plans to give greater clarity on travel by June 4th

Initially due to meet again this Friday in order to announce the next the next steps regarding coronavirus measures, the consultative committee in Belgium has decided […]
25 May 2021

Restored 1908 film shows Brussels as you’ve never seen it before

A Dutch Youtuber has restored and colorised a unique eight minute piece of footage filmed over a century ago in 1908, which shows the city of […]
24 May 2021

Brussels government has approved Visit Brussels’ €7.6 million tourism relaunch plan

Visit Brussels’ will have €7.6 million to relaunch the travel and tourism industry. This plan is the result of an intensive consultation with 200 partners from […]
20 May 2021

175 destinations from Brussels Airport this summer

This summer Brussels Airport will offer no less than 175 destinations to its passengers. The sanitary safety measures that continue to apply at the airport and […]
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