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16 September 2020

10 amazing festivals in Belgium

2020 has surely been a difficult year for the event sector. The lockdown and the implementation of social distancing measures to fight Covid-19 have forced organizers […]
15 September 2020

Covid-19 Test Centre opens at Brussels Airport

As of the 14th of September, you can get tested on Covid-19 at our airport after your trip, when returning from a red zone. The internationally […]
13 September 2020

Belgium still at risk
of coronavirus resurgence

According to Yves Coppieters, a Belgian epidemiologist, Belgian leaders should remain cautious as their country is still at risk of facing a flare-up of the new […]
11 September 2020

Brussels Museums
make their comeback

From Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 October, artists and cultural organisations are taking the stage in 40 Brussels’ museums to eclipse the gloom of 2020 and […]
8 September 2020

Redefining Eeetwell’s ‘fresh and authentic’ design in Belgium

Eeetwell is a restaurant in Antwerp that serves healthy, locally sourced food with a large portion of awareness on the side. From scratch. “At Eeetwell we […]
8 September 2020

Ardennes: The beauty of Nature in Belgium

Belgium has many tourist attractions, but some people know only Brussels, Brugge, the Mannekin Pis, and the Atomium. But in Belgium you can find also many […]
7 September 2020

Demonstration against Covid-19 measures held in Brussels

After a first demonstration a few weeks ago, the movement “Viruswaanzin/Folievirus” demonstrated against the Covid-19 measures in Brussels on Sunday September 6th. “Demonstrations are limited to […]
6 September 2020

Ghent: A Flemish jewel

If you like the city of Brugge, you will like Ghent too. Ghent is a city and a municipality in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It […]
5 September 2020

5 Secrets of Place du Luxembourg

Brussels is one of cities in the world, known best – in the context of sightseeing – by a square: the Grand Place, this architecturally so […]
4 September 2020

Traveling through art:
Smoke Signals by Vaughn Spann

It would be an understatement to claim that Vaughn Spann’s work focuses on the politics of living in this current day and age. Their relatability and […]
3 September 2020

Château de Vignée: A high-end boutique hotel in the Belgian Ardennes

Nature reigns in the restored Château de Vignée, a high-end boutique hotel deeply rooted the Belgian Ardennes. But not in a way you might expect. Belgian […]
3 September 2020

Traveling back in time
– via a public urinal

1. Public toilets, private affairs In the closet of History, cottages are filthy. In the slang of the last century, the cottage (la tasse in french), […]
2 September 2020
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Pastelaria Garcia: Home of
Brussels’ best Pasteis de Nata

What is Garcia? What is a Pastel de Nata? And why are they so delicious? Let’s start with the second question. A Pastel de Nata is […]
1 September 2020

Free rail passes available
for Belgian residents

Starting from 31 August, Belgian residents can apply for a free rail pass using the website launched by Belgian railway company SNCB.  The free pass includes […]
1 September 2020

Brussels during the Lockdown

2020 has been surely a difficult year. The Covid-19 epidemic that hit the world during the last months caused the death of many people. To avoid […]
31 August 2020

Tourism stakeholders receive
Brussels Health Safety Label

To enable the sector to resume its activities under the best possible conditions, at the beginning of July the Brussels-Capital Region and Visit Brussels launched a […]
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