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13 June 2022

Brussels Airport security staff to strike on Monday 20 June

Further strikes will hit Brussels Airport in Zaventem starting on Monday June 20, paralyzing the airport’s operations. This time, security officers working for G4S at Zaventem […]
9 June 2022

Brussels Flower Carpet returns this summer for its 50th anniversary

The traditional Flower Carpet is back this year at Brussels’ Grand Place to the delight of thousands of visitors. The 22nd edition will take place from […]
9 June 2022

Belgium’s first ‘turbo traffic square’ inaugurated near Ghent

Belgium’s first “turbo square” has been inaugurated outside of Ghent, as reported by Belgian news outlet VRT. The turbo square is like a roundabout except that […]
9 June 2022

Brussels Airlines cancels 148 flights this summer

Brussels Airlines is cancelling 148 flights from this summer in an attempt to ease the workload for staff members. “Our staff has expressed concern that the […]
8 June 2022

A Belgian company makes luxury tents so you can organize a staycation in your garden

Going on a holiday is great, we all agree. It’s the perfect way to disconnect, to relax, to discover new things in life. Yet sometimes, especially […]
8 June 2022

Free water fountains now available at Brussels Airport

There are now free water fountains at Brussels Airport after the activist group “Free Tap Water In Belgium” conducted an intensive campaigned aimed at the reduction […]
7 June 2022

Brussels Airlines threatened by pilots’ 3-day strike at the end of the month

The unions representing the Brussels Airlines pilots (SETCa/BBTK, CNE/ACV-Puls, ACLVB/CGSLB) and the airline’s management are having a reconciliation meeting today, the result of which could dictate […]
7 June 2022

10 most instagrammable spots at the Meise Botanic Garden

The Meise Botanic Garden is a whole new world to discover, just a stone’s throw from Brussels. There is much to learn while enjoying a getaway […]
7 June 2022

Ommegang is back this year with the Brussels Renaissance Festival

From 18th of June to the 10th of July, the Brussels Renaissance Festival returns for a new edition full of festivities. The capital’s various organisations and […]
6 June 2022

You can now sleep in a bubble in Brussels surrounded by nature

Brussels is a city with many faces. Even if you’re living in the city on a full-time basis, there are so many aspects that remain to […]
6 June 2022

The Flemish Cycling City of 2022 title awarded to Mechelen

The city of Mechelen has been awarded the title of Cycling City 2022 by the Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters and the […]
3 June 2022

First biomass center opens in the Flemish province of Limburg

The first Biomass Square in Flanders was officially opened on May 31 at the Bionerga site in Houthalen-Helchteren in the Limburg province. 1. Biomass center in […]
2 June 2022

Sudden strike of baggage handlers at Brussels Airport causes delays

Travelers at Brussels Airport experienced severe delays on Thursday morning from 06:00 am after baggage handlers of Aviapartner started a spontaneous strike. At around 7:30 a.m., […]
1 June 2022

You can now take a culinary cycling tour to discover Namur’s best food

Food and cycling. Two things we Belgians greatly appreciate yet seldom combine. We often tend to concentrate on one of two things. Either we put on […]
1 June 2022

Discover Mechelen’s Heavy Metal Route

There’s something magical about the chime of carillon bells and there’s no better place to experience their charm than Mechelen, the international capital of carillon culture. […]
30 May 2022

Holy Blood Procession in Bruges attracts 40,000 people after a 3-year pause

The Holy Blood procession attracted thousands of spectators in the center of Bruges on Thursday, May 26th. Due to the pandemic, the tradition, inscribed on UNESCO’s Intangible […]
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