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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.

13 October 2021

‘Amazon of Europe’: the biggest cross-border biosphere reserve in the world

The Amazon rainforest is probably the most famous forest on this planet. It’s big, it’s beautiful, yet sadly it’s also being threatened by human activity. Even […]
13 October 2021

New research reveals the world’s most cycling-friendly cities

Cycling is known to help reduce stress, strengthen the back and legs, burn calories and even improve the immune system. These are just some of the […]
12 October 2021

At last, carbon labelling on flights

Two weeks ago, I wrote here about the greenwashing inherent in some labels and the problems associated with carbon offsetting. Consumers have resisted purchasing offsets. I […]
12 October 2021

Long-haul travellers remain cautious about planning trips to Europe

According to the latest Long-Haul Travel Barometer 3/2021 (LHTB), from the European Travel Commission, intentions to travel to Europe between September and December 2021 remain weak in key […]
12 October 2021

It is time to choose the World’s Best Tourism Film

From the 1st to the 25th of October, a global audience is being invited to cast its vote and help choose the next World’s Best Tourism […]
12 October 2021

COP 26: First-ever carbon neutral flights from Brussels to Glasgow

Airlines For Europe (A4E) is launching a new campaign ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) start in Glasgow on October 31st: […]
11 October 2021

Lessons from A World for Travel

“We are here to work not to chat” – with these encouraging words Christian Delom opened the doors of A World for Travel, in Évora on […]
8 October 2021

Beautiful architecture built in the name of love

1. Taj Mahal, India One of the most famous buildings constructed because of love is most definitely Taj Mahal. Built by the Emperor Shah Jahan in […]
8 October 2021

An introduction to Esperanto

Esperanto is an artificial language invented in 1887 by Dr Ludovic Lazarus Zamenhof, a Polish polyglot who wanted to create a universal second language to promote […]
7 October 2021

Google encourages travelers to reduce their carbon footprint

Last month Google announced a new feature to find the most eco-friendly routes, enabling users to more easily optimise their carbon footprint. Now, Google released a […]
7 October 2021

Best world destinations to skinny dip

Swimming naked or not swimming naked? This is the problem. It could be the perfect way to celebrate the end of a holiday or just a […]
7 October 2021

5 unique ways to drink coffee around the world

Some like the smell, others crave the caffeine in the morning. Some prefer a short and strong espresso, others go for an iced Americano. Coffee beans […]
6 October 2021

5 destinations you should definitely consider visiting this autumn

Even though in our minds, summer just started, fautumn is already upon us. Gone are the endless summer nights, gone are the careless Sundays spent at […]
5 October 2021

Miles & More announced the integration of Uber as a way to earn miles

Miles & More, Europe’s leading loyalty programme for mobile people, has gained a new strong partner in its service portfolio with the ride-sharing platform Uber. As […]
5 October 2021

Top tips for becoming a responsible tourist

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused many of us to reconsider our usual routines, and it has particularly forced the tourism industry to reassess its practices. The […]
5 October 2021

Whose Responsibility is Tourism?

The aspiration is to make tourism better, but whose responsibility is it? Back in 2002, in the Cape Town Declaration on Responsible Tourism in Destinations, we […]