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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.

17 September 2021

5 very Instagrammable spots in Marseille

« Oh, la France. Ça fait du bien quand on y pense. » It sure does. France might be one of the most holiday-worthy countries in Europe, competing […]
16 September 2021

Ethiopia: The country where a year lasts 13 months has just celebrated its entry into 2014

In Ethiopia the new year starts on September 11th and not on January 1st. This is because Ethiopia uses the calendar of the Coptic Orthodox Church, […]
16 September 2021

OYO and Microsoft announce strategic alliance to digitally transform the travel industry

The Indian multinational OTA, OYO, and Microsoft have decided to start a multi-year collaboration to transform digitally the travel industry and to co-develop new-generation travel and […]
16 September 2021

Private flying is more popular than ever in North America

Private flying is a real trend in North America. According to Argus, a private aviation industry track data, there has been an increase in private flying […]
16 September 2021

Dubai to have world’s largest and tallest observation wheel

Are you ready for a breathtaking experience? Well, soon, on the 22th of October the Ain Dubai – World’s Largest Ferris Wheel will be open to […]
16 September 2021

A walk all around Brussels – the Promenade Verte

They say a person’s character can be judged by how they treat the vulnerable and less fortunate. In the same way, perhaps a city can best […]
16 September 2021

The most expensive airport taxis in the world

When you land after a long journey, you might think getting a taxi cab could just mean more comfort and more space for you. However, is […]
16 September 2021

Exhibitions in Europe we look forward to

With the autumn coming and the new season starting, we couldn’t wait to see which exhibitions we will have the chance to visit in Europe soon, […]
15 September 2021

New ETC handbook brings clarity on how tourism organisations can encourage sustainable practices

Today, the European Travel Commission (ETC) has published a new Handbook on Encouraging Sustainable Tourism Practices – a guide which explains how national and local tourism organisations can […]
15 September 2021

British Airways to add the Azores archipelago to its network in 2022

British Airways has today announced that it will be adding the islands of São Miguel and Terceira in the beautiful Azores archipelago to its Heathrow short-haul […]
15 September 2021

China’s first Universal Studios theme park opens in Beijing this month

The official date for the opening of Universal Beijing Resort has been set: September 20th. Tickets have gone on Tuesday September 14th, and from the same […]
15 September 2021

The world’s first virtual reality tour of Machu Picchu to be available in October

A new virtual reality (VR) exhibit set to open at the Boca Raton Museum in October will immerse visitors in the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu, […]
15 September 2021

5 troglodytic cities to go and visit around the world

Architecture is a big part of man’s history. In our quest to feel safe and stay healthy, over the years, we as a species have occupied […]
15 September 2021

Wrapping of Arc de Triomphe pays tribute to Christo’s artwork

More than 25,000 square meters of canvas are to cover the Arc de Triomphe in Paris as a tribute to the late artist Christo Yavachev who […]
15 September 2021

SpaceX to launch first civilian crew into space

SpaceX is preparing to launch the first all-civilian crew into space inside one of Elon Musk’s reusable Falcon 9 rockets. 1. Citizen astronauts Contrary to the […]
14 September 2021

Two beautiful historic cafes in Europe

Europe is full of cafes strictly linked to intellectual, artistic, and literary circles of their day. Here we have summarized the history of two European cafes […]