Travel: Pockets of Peace

Dave Deruytter offers options for holiday destinations and pockets of peace where silence is golden. There are more than seven billion of us and...

Travel: Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure

Martin Banks offers the low-down on Wallonia’s most popular holiday destination - the Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure.   Admit it: who would not fancy living in...

European travel habits: A new survey

A European travel habits survey discovered that we are more alike than you think. Europe’s leading train booking site, voyages-sncf.com, recently commissioned a survey from...

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...

Nicaragua: Paradise Rediscovered

Simon Leysen strongly recommends a trip to Nicaragua, one of Central America’s holiday gems. When you’re bored in a train or plane, try picking a...

Beautiful Bali: Visit Beji Ubud

Tina Burton was blown away by the beauty of Bali. There are few places that make me stop and stare in awe at the sheer...

Flower Carpet in Brussels is going Japanese

The 20th Brussels Flower Carpet will take the theme of Japan to celebrate 150 years of Belgo-Japanese friendship. In these cold winter months it’s useful...

Gabès: Royal Tunisian treatment in the gulf

Jeanie Keogh heads for a country that is reinventing its tourism, in particular in Gabès. It would do nothing to speak of the enticing allure...

Cruise travel: A unique experience in the Med

Caroline Dierckx set sail on a cruise travel holiday to Mediterranean cities with MSC Croisières. Our journey began onboard MSC Preziosa. We set sail on...

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...
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