Kiev: The winds of change

Lesley Williamson discovers golden domes, shimmering spires and bohemian spirits of freedom. The capital of Ukraine is a surprising destination to be explored in autumn,...

Belgian events: What’s on for the New Year

We offer some Belgian events and exhibitions taking places near you soon. Atelier Brussels - A Good City Has Industry Industry is a vital part of...

Global Wellness Day on Lake Genval

Saturday 13 June is Global Wellness Day, and Martin’Spa Bodywhealth on Lake Genval is organizing an event with seven activities, some gentle, others energetic...

Luxury travel: The world’s most elegant cities

In their luxury travel pages Zalondo set out to find cities that are graceful and stylish in appearance or manner. Zalando has revealed the top...

Cinema: Night train to Lisbon

I’ve never read a book that was so inspiring it caused me to leave my job, board a train and interview people for the better part...

Clement Restaurant: A dinner for lovers in New York City

Sophie Van Cruchten returns to New York to sample a restaurant that is a real treat: Clement Restaurant. What a joy to rediscover New York,...

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...

Tunisia: African travel full of warmth and character

Catherine Feore heads for Hammamet and the Great Mosque of Souse in Tunisia. Tunisia is intriguing; it has everything: mountains, sea, great cuisine, cities full...

Brussels dining: Chez Léon has a new look kitchen

Chez Léon has been a fixture on the Brussels dining scene for many decades. But they never rest on their laurels – they are...

Burgundy wine: Protecting a region’s heritage

This month Bernard Gauvrit explains the work that is going into protecting Burgundy wine heritage. In Burgundy (Bourgogne), a Climat is the name for a...
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