16 October 2023

5 small towns to celebrate Halloween in the US

Although in most European countries Halloween is a festivity mainly for children, in the US the haunted season is taken very seriously. Several American cities start […]
16 October 2023

6 paths to discover Tervuren on foot

Whether you enjoy a stroll on a crisp autumn morning or a more relaxing promenade on a warm summer afternoon, walking is always a good way […]
13 October 2023

How to find hidden surveillance cameras in an Airbnb

With the rise of affordable, easily concealable surveillance technology, the specter of hidden cameras in Airbnb rentals has become a real concern for travelers. Airbnb’s policy […]
13 October 2023

10 spots for enjoying autumn in Ghent

Autumn has long been known as the cozy season. Not quite as hot as the summer, not yet quite as cold as winter. It’s the season […]
13 October 2023

Evolyn to challenge Eurostar’s monopoly with new Paris-London high-speed line

Evolyn, a prospective high-speed rail competitor to Eurostar, has revealed its plans to launch a new Paris-London line, posing the first significant challenge to Eurostar’s stronghold […]
13 October 2023

Travellers still keen on exploring Europe this autumn

Although recent reports have predicted the end of revenge travel, with a “slower-than usual shoulder season” for tourism expected this autumn, the intent to travel having […]
13 October 2023

There are limits to growth in tourism

When we look up into the night sky or out across the sea, our planet looks infinite. It isn’t. Growth at 3% per annum results in […]
12 October 2023

The XL croissant trend is expanding from Paris to Brussels

When it comes to trends, social media is more often than not deciding what’s cool and what’s not these days. Sometimes, what we see online can […]
12 October 2023

This beer is made from recycled shower water

The past year hasn’t been easy on the planet. Many regions have suffered from extreme weather conditions, whether that meant droughts, storms or anything in between. […]
12 October 2023

Cruise ship numbers to be cut in Barcelona amid “feeling of collapse”

Barcelona is limiting cruise ship numbers at its central port to reduce overtourism and lower exhaust gases in the city. 3 out of 10 docks closed […]
12 October 2023

Seville bans obscene outfits and behaviour in crackdown on bachelor parties

Earlier this year Seville announced plans to manage tourist numbers in the charming, winding and often hot and bustling streets of its historic centre using WiFi, […]
12 October 2023

Passenger traffic at European airports to exceed pre-pandemic levels next year

The strong travel demand over the summer has increased confidence in the recovery timeline of passenger traffic at Europe’s airports. While previous forecasts predicted a full […]
12 October 2023

UK has nothing to fear from French bedbug invasion because “they’re already here”

Reports of a bedbug infestation sweeping public transport and spaces across Paris and France have many people’s skin crawling and have raised concern about the vampiric […]
12 October 2023

24 hours in Stockholm

I get asked very often ‘What shall I see when I come to Stockholm?’ ‘What are the most important sights, cafes, bars in the city?’. This […]
12 October 2023

The world’s most unusual museums

There’s something about a privately kept piece of history that captures the imagination. It may not be as slickly curated or beautifully presented as a more […]
11 October 2023

Blaze at Luton Airport injures at least five and strands thousands as car park collapses

Flights are due to resume at London’s Luton Airport after a fire deemed “accidental” caused flights to be grounded and the partial collapse of a car […]