Skiing Les Arcs 1950: Paradiski

Caroline Dierckx and friends headed for a sporty, rejuvenating getaway. From both a sporting and a tourist point of view, Les Arcs repeatedly meets the...

European film in the digital era

European films represent nearly two thirds of releases in the EU but account for only one third of ticket sales. While the number of...

Nicaragua: Paradise Rediscovered

Simon Leysen strongly recommends a trip to Nicaragua, one of Central America’s holiday gems. When you’re bored in a train or plane, try picking a...

Brussels dining: Sofitel Crystal Lounge and Rob

We recommend two more excellent Brussels dining venues. Sofitel Brussels Le Louise: Crystal Lounge Award-winning chef Adwin Fontein inspires gourmet creations - from foie gras to...

Waterloo 2015: Planning the bicentenary

It is often dismissed as a bland commuter town serving Brussels but next year, Waterloo will very much be the focus of international attention....

The ins and out of Antwerp

It is known to some as the little brother of Brussels and Bruges but there is rather more to Antwerp, Belgium´s second city, than...

Marrakech: Made for discoveries

And so, it was off to Marrakech, for only the second time in my life – my expectations had been greatly elevated by my...

Let’s go out in Brussels!

Visit.brussels is asking us to “Go out, smile and (cultural) Brussels will spoil you!” Visit.brussels and the Brussels cultural sector have joined forces to launch...

Christmas shopping: Fine food and drink

The Together staff has worked very hard trying out various delicacies – from oysters to excellent beers – to help you choose what should...

Wine: By the banks of the Rhone

Geoffroy van Lede of le-vin-du-mois.be offers his latest fine wines. This month let’s talk about a region that smells like sunshine, which witnessed many popes,...
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