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.

4 September 2023

Eating spicy food may help you live longer, says a new study

A study looking at the chili pepper consumption and mortality of Italian adults has revealed that those who regularly eat chili peppers are likely to live […]
31 August 2023

8 new theme parks around the world worth visiting

As summer winds down and families are seizing the opportunity to create lasting memories, visiting theme parks is a big family favorite. Some of the world’s […]
30 August 2023

World’s artists converge on Brussels for latest Cirque du Soleil spectacular

An old favourite is heading back to Brussels this autumn. Cirque du Soleil is back under the big top from September with its latest offering: “Kurios […]
30 August 2023

Google Flights unveils new feature to help passengers save money

Airplane tickets have become increasingly expensive over the past 3 years and future travelers often spend a lot of time looking for the best deal for […]
28 August 2023

Qatar Airways renews partnership with FIFA

Qatar Airways and FIFA have extended their sponsorship deal, the Gulf carrier remaining the official airline partner of the football association, according to Sport Business. Although […]
24 August 2023

Brussels nightclub and Focking Sober to promote alcohol and drug free partying

A new concept has emerged in Brussels, where duo Ethelle and Victoria have created the “Focking Sober” collective to promote partying hard without any alcohol and […]
24 August 2023

Meta to offer chronological stories and reels in Europe to comply with EU law

Meta, the tech giant owning Instagram and formerly known as Facebook, announced updates on its operations in Europe as part of the Digital Services Act (DSA) […]
21 August 2023

How to avoid bed bugs when traveling

Souvenirs are great but only if you’ve chosen them for yourself. Even though you could consider a bed bug that hitchhiked home inside your luggage to […]
21 August 2023

Are you one of the 80% about to get caught out by UK roaming charges in Europe?

UK communications regulator Ofcom has found that nearly 20% of holidaymakers are unaware of roaming charges when travelling, and over 80% rely on their network to […]
17 August 2023

LaLiga announces Visit Saudi as official travel destination and global sponsor

LaLiga, the renowned Spanish professional football league, and Visit Saudi have recently formed a partnership, aiming to showcase Saudi Arabia as a dynamic year-round travel destination […]
16 August 2023

Catalonia launches pro-nudism beach campaign

Catalonia has launched a campaign to protect some of its beaches – from people who wear clothes.  1. Long-standing tradition shrivelling up  The north-eastern Spanish region […]
15 August 2023

AI reimagines famous destinations in the style of iconic artists

A new AI image gallery from adventure travel company Explore Worldwide reveals how popular travel destinations would look in the style of some of the most famous artists […]
14 August 2023

Venus Williams slams American Airlines over luggage loss ahead of tennis match

In a recent incident, tennis star Venus Williams expressed her frustration with American Airlines after her luggage went missing before a crucial tennis match. Williams took […]
9 August 2023

“Bubble Planet Experience” is Brussels’ newest attraction

Looking for an escape from the ordinary, a departure from the humdrum of everyday life? Brussels’ latest attraction – the enchanting “Bubble Planet Experience” – might […]
9 August 2023

Formula E car engineered entirely from e-waste

A fully drivable, standard-size car made only from electronic waste materials has been showcased by the Formula E team Envision Racing. The Formula E Gen3 ‘Recover-E’ […]
3 August 2023

Scientists develop thermal nighttime driving assistant powered by AI

Scientists at Purdue University and Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed what they call “heat-assisted detection and ranging” (HADAR), which combines commercial infrared cameras with machine […]