Singapore Sling: Get into the Asian groove

Simon Leysen enjoys the perfect start to an Asian adventure. Most cities have a defining landmark in their skyline. New York has the Empire State...

Holiday in captivating Cape Town

Simon Leysen heads for the shores of South Africa’s Table Bay. As you approach Cape Town airport it becomes immediately clear why the ‘Mother City’...

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,...

Cinema: Summer movies showing in Belgium

Picturenose.com’s James Drew takes his regular look at upcoming films in local cinemas. The Legend of Tarzan The famous yodeller is back in this action adventure...

Brussels restaurants: Comptoir de Marie, Peck 47@

Our Brussels restaurants series continues with... Le Comptoir de Marie At the end of 2015, the Michelin Guide Belgium gave a star to "counter". We arrived...

Wine of the month: Portugal

Geoffroy van Lede of vin du mois continues his journey in the southern European countries and discovers an unjustly neglected wine area. Of course, we...

More trains for Amsterdam route

Starting October, two additional high-speed Thalys trains will connect Brussels to Amsterdam. These high-speed trains should partially offset the failure of Fyra, the train...

Brussels restaurants: Visit Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon

In our regular dining pages we look at two Brussels restaurants Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon Chez Leon All year round – but especially in the...

Art Up fair, see the best in contemporary art in France

Art Up! is the most important contemporary art fair in France, outside of Paris. Galleries and publishers 110 galleries and publishers give you an appointment from...

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...
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