Brussels Dining: Head for Argentina and local farms

This month in our Brussels Dining pages we offer two very different culinary experiences. Nueva Buenos Aires Close to the famous Chatelain Quarter, this restaurant is...

Flanders celebrates the ‘Battle of the Golden Spurs’

As the people of Flanders celebrate their National Holiday on 11 July they are harking back to the Middle Ages when courageous Flemish townsfolk...

Brussels dining reviews: Costa d’Amalfi and The Brugmann

In our latest Brussels dining reviews we go look at Costa d’Amalfi and The Brugmann. Costa d’Amalfi Enjoy the best of Italy in the heart of...

Colombo: the gateway to Sri Lanka

Colombo is surely your first port of call when visiting Sri Lanka. It is the most vibrant and ethnically diverse city of the island, definitely worth a...

Pyongyang: Pastel dreams behind closed doors

We take a look at a book about the reconstruction of Pyongyang, North Korea in the 1950s. Erased by bombing during the Korean War, North...

Callens Cafe: See the New Year in with style

Callens Cafe has prepared a very special menu for you on the evening of 31 December. Located just off Avenue Louise, Callens is the...

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...

Radisson RED Brussels: Family friendly and stylish

Together visits Radisson RED Brussels, Radisson’s trendy hotel in the European quarter. Just 12 kilometres from the airport, the Radisson Red Brussels is situated in...

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...

Win tickets for the Night of the Palmarès 2015

In conjunction with Maasmechelen Village we have 2x2 pairs of tickets to Brussels cinemas participating in Night of the Palmarès 2015, an exceptional event...
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