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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

28 October 2022

Strasbourg’s Christmas market will not serve raclette and champagne this year

Christmas is without doubt one of the most celebrated days of the year. It’s a period we like to celebrate with family, friends and a lot […]
26 October 2022

Charles De Gaulle Terminal 2G makeover pays tribute to Paris’ iconic landmarks

Airports are one of those things in life we kind of dread. Sure, they’re necessary if you want to travel the world because well, you first […]
7 October 2022

The Friends Experience makes its European debut in Paris

The Friends Experience, the immersive exhibition recreating the famous sets of the iconic ’90s TV series Friends, makes its European debut in Paris. After touring North […]
4 October 2022

France’s most British airport to change name to Queen Elizabeth II

The French town of Touquet Paris-Plage is sometimes called “the most British of French resorts” and its airport acquired the same nickname. To honour the late […]
28 September 2022

Montpellier on a persuasion mission in Brussels to host the European Capital of Culture 2028

The French city of Montpellier has thrown it hat into the ring in the race to become European Capital of Culture in 2028. 1. Meet the […]
21 September 2022

Meet the man who cycled 1400 km for a croissant

Albert Van Limbergen is a retired man living close to Liège, Belgium, who set off on quite the adventure this summer. He cycled from his home […]
21 September 2022

French air traffic controllers to strike again at the end of September

The National Union of Air Traffic Controllers (SNCTA) is calling for another industrial action from September 28th to 30th. The first strike took place on September […]
21 September 2022

France pays homage to the Queen and names metro station Elizabeth II on her funeral

A Paris metro station was renamed Elizabeth II for a day as a tribute to the British queen during her funeral. Located on the Champs Elysees, […]
19 September 2022

TGV M hailed as the high-speed train of the future

On September 9th, France‘s railway company SNCF and train manufacturer Alstom unveiled the first completed TGV M, which has benefited from the know-how of the best […]
15 September 2022

Half of the flights to and from France cancelled on Friday

The French air traffic controllers union SNCTA has announced a strike on Friday 16 September. As a result, the French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) has requested […]
15 September 2022

The world’s first eco-luxury floating hotel suite with a 007 touch

A new design is taking over the world of floating hotels. Anthénea, an eco-luxury floating hotel, inspired by the floating pod in the 1977 James Bond […]
14 September 2022

Jacquemus is opening his first ever store this month

The French and haute couture, it’s a true love story. France has been known for its sense of fashion for centuries – from Madame de Pompadour […]
13 September 2022

Paris’ city council considers a tax increase on wealthiest tourists

The city of Paris is considering a tax on wealthy tourists. In a recent report, the city council has recommended a higher tax on vacant housing […]
6 September 2022

More than 50,000 people sign petition to regulate polluting cruises in Marseille

More than 50,000 people have signed a petition to ban large polluting cruise ships from Marseille. The mayor launched the campaign in July with a document […]
31 August 2022

International tourists are coming back to Bordeaux

After two years marked by the pandemic and its associated restrictions, international travelers are now returning to Bordeaux. While the summer season is not yet over, […]
30 August 2022

France is paying car drivers €4,000 to switch to electric bikes

France is paying car drivers €4,000 to trade in their cars and switch to electric bikes to cut down on carbon emissions. In an effort to […]
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