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.

3 October 2023

Two pubs a day closing down in England and Wales

According to statistics conducted by the British government, reported on by the BBC, on average, two pubs disappear in England and Wales every day. Between January […]
2 October 2023

Who makes the best pastel de nata in Lisbon?

In the heart of Portugal, amidst the cobbled streets and picturesque landscapes, lies a culinary treasure that has captured the hearts and palates of food enthusiasts […]
2 October 2023

Chinese old tea forests listed as UNESCO World Heritage

The cultural landscape associated with old tea forests of the Jingmai Mountain, in the city of Pu’er in southeast China, has been inscribed as UNESCO’s World […]
21 September 2023

These are the best Belgian chocolatiers in 2023

Every year, culinary guide Gault&Millau names four winners in a competition that lies very close to many a Belgians’ heart: the best chocolatiers of the country. […]
14 September 2023

Eat Festival returns to Brussels this autumn

Once again, at the end of September, Brussels will not only be the capital of Belgium but also the capital of gastronomy. As the renowned Eat […]
8 September 2023

Two-Michelin star Belgian chef joins Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines is set to tantalize the taste buds of Business Class travelers on their long-haul flights, welcoming Michelin-starred chef Michaël Vrijmoed from the eponymous Ghent […]
7 September 2023

5 Walks through Hageland’s vineyards

Plus, great places to stay… Looking for that summer holiday vibe close to home? The Hageland vineyards are beckoning. Drink in the generous views of lush […]
31 August 2023

BXLBeerFest unites global craft breweries in Brussels

Craft beer enthusiasts, mark your calendars. The BXLBeerFest is back, and it promises to be an international celebration of artisanal brewing like no other. Over the […]
28 August 2023

Belgian Beer Weekend returns to Brussels’ Grand Place for 22nd edition

The heart of Brussels, the stunning Grand Place, is poised to transform into a beer lover’s paradise as it readies to host the 22nd annual Belgian […]
23 August 2023

The Tram Experience reveals its culinary journey for the 11th time through the streets of Brussels

The Tram Experience is back and its promising food enthusiasts an exceptional gastronomic adventure through the heart of Brussels. As it enters its 11th year, this […]
22 August 2023

Belgian Beer World opens its doors in Brussels

Belgium, a country renowned for its centuries-old beer culture, has once again reaffirmed its commitment to preserving and celebrating its liquid heritage. On September 9, 2023, […]
21 August 2023

How much caffeine is too much?

Starting the day with a cup of coffee is a recognisable ritual for many of us. Whether it is to accompany your breakfast or to give […]
21 August 2023

In this Belgian bar, you will have to deposit your shoes to drink a beer

Even though Belgium is a small country compared to most nations out there, it has a lot of culinary and cultural heritage on offer. Belgian beers […]
17 August 2023

New floating Norwegian orb restaurant evokes the movie ‘The Menu’

In a unique culinary venture that seems right out of a movie, a floating restaurant nestled in the heart of a Norwegian fjord has been captivating […]
11 August 2023

10 Travel-themed cocktails to escape with

Whether you’re dreaming of or celebrating a holiday, these travel-themed cocktails will take you far. I’m a girl who likes simple classics so there’ll be no […]
9 August 2023

Barcelona’s restaurants ban solo customers in favour of tourist groups

Some restaurants in Barcelona are turning away solo customers and choosing groups of tourists instead. The practice, which has become more common in recent months with […]