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26 October 2020

Gouldings: Discovering the secrets of Monument Valley

Think Stagecoach; think The Searchers; think The Eiger Sanction; think Forrest Gump. What do they all have in common? Answer; the spectacular backdrop of Monument Valley, […]
21 October 2020

Art in the City of Lights

I went to Paris with one of my best friends and when we got on the plane, we did not imagine everything that we were about […]
20 October 2020

The Smithsonian Institution:
the top 5 museums

The Smithsonian Institution is the largest museums and research complex in the world, owning 19 world-renowned museums, galleries and zoos. The name of the institution derives […]
20 October 2020

Dreaming of Travel: Stephen King’s
The Shining and The Stanley Hotel

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. This phrase struck a new chord in our consciousness in 1980 when Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation […]
19 October 2020

Street Art in Brussels:
The Best Murals

Brussels is a cosmopolitan and international city, where art can be found in the most unexpected places. With all its colorful murals, graffiti and frescos, Brussels […]
19 October 2020

Manneken Pis receives costume to commemorate Czech National Day

Manneken Pis, the symbol of Brussels, will on the 21st of October for the first time wear a costume donated by the Czech Republic. The costume […]
14 October 2020

6 European Female Poets on how
literature can make us travel in 2020

Sound travels from vowel to vowel, it jumps from one syllable to the next. A sequence of words enters our ear, touches our retina, then the […]
14 October 2020

Traveling through cinema:
Berlinale Forum in Brussels

During the German presidency of the EU, the Goethe-Insitut Belgium is working with BOZAR Cinéma and Cinema Galeries to show a selection of films from the […]
14 October 2020

The Grand Place of Brussels in brief

The Grand Place – or Grote Markt in Dutch – is the main square of Brussels. The square includes the City Hall, the Maison du Roi, […]
12 October 2020

5 beautiful libraries in the world

In times where physical travel can sometimes be difficult, there is no better alternative than a good book to discover the world. A fine piece of […]
9 October 2020

Discovering 3 Brussels’ Peeing Statues

It might sound weird, but one of the most famous symbols of the capital of Europe is a little curly boy peeing shamelessly right a few […]
9 October 2020

Mazda in the spotlight:
100 years of history at Autoworld

To pay tribute to this dynamic centenarian, from the 16th October through to 13th December Autoworld is organising a retrospective of the Japanese make with 16 […]
8 October 2020

Dreaming of Travel: 6 Films to Tickle Your Wanderlust this Fall

Rusting trees, crunchy leaves cartwheeling in the wind, bright umbrellas and warm scarves – autumn is here and with it our desire to puddle-stomp in wellington […]
8 October 2020

A new mural pays homage to
health care workers in Brussels

In recent years, Brussels has seen the creation of several new murals created by street artists and supported by various regional institutions. At the initiative of […]
6 October 2020

Ghent: A trip to
the beautiful Flemish city

With the rain pattering on the windows in early October, I think back to a trip I made to Ghent back in 2017. What do I […]
1 October 2020

10 EXPO structures that
are still standing

Although most World’s Expo structures are temporary, some of them have such a great success that they survive beyond the fair, becoming iconic architectural symbols. Here […]
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