Discovery.


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.

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 […]
14 September 2021

Slum Tourism: an ethical choice? Element of change

1. Changes over time Although the initial offerings of Slum Tourism were on the whole extremely negative, over time significant changes initiated a chain of positive […]
10 September 2021

10 Best places to retire in Europe

Lately, there are more and more people who want to retire abroad and their choice is based not only on their personal taste but also on […]
9 September 2021

Israel Travel Guide: The important things you need to know when planning a trip

Israel is one of the most popular travel destinations. It is a beautiful country rich with culture and history. You are going to enjoy every moment […]
8 September 2021

Slum Tourism: an ethical choice? A complex dilemma

Slums are complex realities that present hugely varying scenarios, even within the same city. In a similar way, the term ‘Slum Tourism’ does not refer to […]
6 September 2021

These are the countries in which you’re most likely to survive the end of the world

Looking at the news these days, one has to wonder whether or not the world is ending. The planet is tormented by floods, wildfires, famine, war […]
3 September 2021

Aokigahara. A dark tourism spot in Japan

Dark tourism was first designated in 1996 and it is now established as a term to indicate specific places linked to death, fear and suffering such […]
2 September 2021

Guinea Bissau: Back to the roots in Orango

In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, there is a group of islands where women somehow command the destiny of the community, dictate the beginning and […]
27 August 2021

Back to the roots – discovering Lika

There are places in the world where you feel like you can completely connect with nature and the roots of our being on this planet. One […]
26 August 2021
Sannai Maruyama Site © Sannai Maruyama Jomon Culture Center

Japan’s new Jomon Era UNESCO site

Earlier this year the UNESCO (United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) committee met at their 44th session for a combined review of the 2020 and 2021 […]
20 August 2021

Immersed in nature – green escapes in Europe

Having a busy daily life with a lot of technology surrounding us almost 24 hours a day, it is always a good idea to take a […]
19 August 2021
Uluru, Australia © Ondrej Machart on Unsplash

Sleeping with Dingos: A night in Australia’s Red Centre

Australia. My first solo long-haul trip for many years and an escape from a difficult time. I suppose I was looking for . . . direction, […]
19 August 2021
Samarkand @ António Buscardini

In 2022 Uzbekistan will see the grand opening of Silk Road Samarkand, a unique tourist complex

Since historic occasions, Uzbekistan has been within the heart of Great Silk Road and has an excellent historic, cultural and architectural heritage. Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva are […]
18 August 2021

Tourism of Porto and North of Portugal launch new travel series

Tourism of Porto and North of Portugal has released a series of promotional films that highlight the great tourism potential of a region that, despite all […]
17 August 2021

5 European lakes you must visit

With the hot summer days, everyone is running to the seaside to get the perfect tan, enjoy the feeling of salt on the skin, soak in […]
10 August 2021

The 10 most beautiful castles of the Czech Republic

Impregnable fortresses, defiant forts, fairy-tale chateaux and whimsical summer palaces in expansive landscaped parks. The Czech Republic can easily be called “Land of Castles and Chateaus”. […]
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