World Cup 2014 at the Football Village in Brussels

The 2014 World Cup has flown by – holders Spain were knocked out early, plucky Belgium made it to the quarter finals and Brazil...

Holiday traffic: From red to green

The organization Touring announced a ‘code red’ weekend on the roads in Europe this coming weekend. In Belgium, departures begin this Friday at noon...

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...

Football World Cup: Red Devils take on the USA

In the beginning of the knockout phase, in matches such as Brazil-Chile and Costa Rica-Greece, it was clear that World Cup progress can rely...

Cargo plane catastrophe narrowly avoided in Eastern Brussels

Around 11:55 p.m. an aircraft identified as a Boeing 747 cargo plane flew over the eastern outskirts of Brussels at low altitude in, shaking...

The Brussels card: Discover the city

For 24, 48 or 72 hours, the Brussels card offers you free entry to over 30 museums, free use of public transport and exclusive...

Brussels: Manneken to ‘pis’ no more

The 61cm tall bronze boy attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists and locals annually. In one legend, it is said that a young...

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....

Sainte Foy: A ski resort like no other

From incredible opportunities for off-piste skiing to mountain biking trails and 18th-century cottages, Sainte Foy has a little bit of everything for holidaymakers. Tucked...

Club Med’s Belek Resort: A golfer’s paradise

Club Med’s latest 4-trident resort on the Turkish Riviera opened last spring and is situated just next door to the Lykia Links golf course....
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