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21 September 2021

Unvaccinated US travelers have to self-isolate upon arrival in France

On September 10th, the government of France issued a decree that removed the United States from the country’s “green” list, banning non-essential travel for unvaccinated travelers […]
21 September 2021

US to lift ban on EU travelers

On Monday September 20th, the White House announced that it will remove the travel ban on citizens of 33 countries, including all European Union countries and […]
21 September 2021

20 years of Aspria, a revolution in the world of fitness in Belgium

Aspria, a leader in high-end sports and wellness clubs in Europe, is celebrating its 20th anniversary at the brand’s first ever club Belgian, which opened in […]
21 September 2021

Korean Culture Days Festival to welcome visitors in Brussels

On September 24th and 25th, the Korean Cultural Center in Brussels will organize the Korean Culture Days, a two-day festival on Place de Brouckère, in downtown […]
21 September 2021

New Zealand: Maori party launches petition to change country’s name by 2026

Last Tuesday, the Indigenous political party of New Zealand (the Maori Party) launched a petition on its official website to change the name of the country […]
21 September 2021

This year Portugal should reach 50% of the tourism revenues achieved in 2019

On September 16th, the Portuguese Secretary of State for Tourism, Rita Marques, spoke on the sidelines of an international conference on the tourism sector in the […]
21 September 2021

24 hours in Vatican City

Vatican City is the core of Catholicism traditions and culture. But it is also more. The Holy See guaranteed the presence of artists, poets, saints, women […]
21 September 2021

Emirates to hire 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services staff

To support its foreseen increase in operations, Dubai airline Emirates has launched a global campaign to recruit 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services staff to […]
21 September 2021

“Slow life. Radical Practices of the Everyday” A new exhibition at the Liszt Institute Brussels

The Liszt Institute Brussels opens the autumn cultural season with a group exhibition of contemporary artists from the Visegrad Four. Co-organized with the Ludwig Museum Budapest, […]
20 September 2021

These are the 10 most relaxing destinations to take a break in Europe

One can have a million different reasons to leave on holiday. It’s almost always a break from your daily routine, sure, yet that doesn’t mean we […]
20 September 2021

A taste of unique Indonesian flavours conquers Antwerp

Indonesia is a large country with a wide variety of unique products offered by its agricultural sector. According to the country’s Statistic Bureau, agriculture is one […]
20 September 2021

Epic SpaceX trip brings back to Earth all-civilian crew

The four passengers arrived on Saturday evening, 18 September, after spending three days on an epic trip orbiting the Earth. It was the first orbital mission […]
20 September 2021

How are some EU countries managing to lift Covid-19 restrictions?

Despite the diffusion of the Delta variant and the rise of infections in the rest of the world, some EU countries such as Denmark, the Netherlands, […]
20 September 2021

Heathrow drops dramatically in Europe’s busiest airports ranking

London’s Heathrow airport fell to 10th position on the continent, after recording 71% fewer passengers in August compared to two years ago. The London airport fell […]
20 September 2021

International Tourism Group is launched across European markets

Tourism experts from across Europe have joined forces to launch the International Tourism Group (ITG), a new multinational entity that sets a new standard through a […]
20 September 2021

How to get fit after several months of inactivity

Whilst there are those who have thrown themselves enthusiastically into various lockdown workouts and dedicated hours previously spent commuting to new sports and fitness regimes, there […]