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 June 2023

3 national parks within a 2-hour drive from Brussels

Ah, Brussels. It’s the beating heart of Europe, the city that rarely sleeps, the place where so much is possible. The city where a hundred different […]
7 June 2023

In the Footsteps of Napoleon: a different way to discover Belgium’s beautiful Wallonia

A driving and walking trail called Napoleon’s Route: In the Footsteps of Napoleon now offers a great way to visit Belgium and train your sights on […]
24 May 2023

5 scenic cycling routes to discover in Tervuren

Cycling is an incredibly relaxing way to spend your free time while discovering your surroundings. Regardless of whether you prefer to take your ride on a […]
18 May 2023

New Bruges walking app puts heritage, waterways and modernity on the map

As spring turns to summer in Flanders, a new Visit Bruges route app has blossomed, proposing five new free walking routes in and around Bruges. The […]
11 May 2023

Retail therapy, romance and moongazing in Mechelen

Mechelen, an historic Flanders city on the river Dyle halfway between Brussels and Antwerp, is sometimes overlooked by those looking for some retail therapy and a […]
1 May 2023

Ghent awarded the ‘2023 Erasmus Destination of the Year’

Ghent has been voted the ‘Erasmus Destination of the Year 2023’. From the 6th to the 9th of April, the Erasmus Generation Meeting took place in […]
27 April 2023

32 Walloon castles open for free this 1 May

On 1 May, the third edition of the “Family Castle Life” event will take place. Organised on the occasion of the Youth and Heritage Week by […]
21 April 2023

5 places to go and pick your own flowers in Belgium

Whether you’re living in the city or in the countryside, you can’t have missed the beginning of spring. Everywhere you look, there’s at least one little […]
20 April 2023

Hyacinth Festival in Hallerbos now open to visitors

On Saturday April 16th, the Hyacinth Festival in Hallerbos or Halle forest officially opened to visitors. Every year, the hyacinths’ blooming attracts thousands of visitors, some […]
19 April 2023

Top Asia-Pacific tourist destinations in 2023

Asian countries were among the last to reopen after the Covid-19 pandemic, so while the rest of the world started recovering well into 2022, they are […]
14 April 2023

3 emerging study abroad destinations

Studying abroad is about so much more than just education. Of course, that is the main reason for choosing a destination, but the enriching experience of […]
11 April 2023

Flanders promotes its castles and gardens through new cultural project

This summer, Visit Flanders is launching a cultural project aimed at showcasing the region’s castle and garden estates. The project ‘Stories Untold’ will debut on 1 […]
7 April 2023

10 most sought-after destinations this spring

The majority of travellers (66%) plan to travel in the upcoming season (March 1-May 31) according to consumer sentiment research commissioned by Tripadvisor in five key […]
31 March 2023

4 outdoor tourist attractions to visit in China

In December of 2022, Chinese authorities ended mass testing, closures and lengthy quarantines. They also announced that travelers entering the country from January 8th would no […]
30 March 2023

What is trending in travel in 2023?

Despite a squeeze on wallets, the war in Ukraine and last year’s post-pandemic uncertainty, we know people are still spending on travel. So from sleep pods […]
28 March 2023

These are the greatest places to visit in 2023, according to Time magazine

Time magazine has released this year’s World’s Greatest Places, comprising 50 destinations travellers should put on their bucket list this year. To compile the list, the […]