Strange Christmas traditions

For as long as the season has been in existence, Christmas has been associated with ‘what we’ve always done’; as with most Christian festivals,...

Brussels Electronic Music: New Year’s Eve

If your idea of New Year’s Eve is to be curled in bed with a glass of eggnog or vin chaud watching reruns of...

Fin de siècle museum: Every end is a new beginning

Since the 6th of December 2013, the general public is now able to discover the latest addition to Belgium’s already impressive list of museums....

Bah humbug: Not all Belgians like Christmas

Almost half of Belgians celebrate Christmas Eve at home and 34% with family. Today, a ‘life at home’ survey (ILIV) announced its results from...

Paris best city in the world for students

Paris has been designated as the best student city in the world for a second consecutive year by the British consulting firm Quacquarelli Symonds...

Morroco: Sofitel Agadir Thalassa Sea & Spa

Only three hours by plane from Brussels lies the Morrocan city of Agadir, the pearl of the Morroco South Bay. The city is located...

Neb-Senu: Curse of the pharaohs or traffic jams

For several days, the Manchester Museum at the University of Manchester, UK, recorded suspicious movements inside one of its windows - in the Egyptology...

Cruise travel with the Compagnie du Ponant

There are many among us who think that a cruise ship is reserved for customers of an advanced age, that it’s not a real...

Belgian travel: What to do in Knokke

Dining  Alexandra As Knokke is situated right on the North Sea, it makes sense to dine at a restaurant specializing in the freshest seafood. Featuring a...

A touch of Woodstock comes to Belgium

The 9th edition of the ‘Tomorrowland’ music festival in Boom (Antwerp) welcomed a total of 180,000 dance enthusiasts over 3 days. This year was...
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