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Brussels: Manneken to ‘pis’ no more

The 61cm tall bronze boy attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists and locals annually. In one legend, it is said that a young...

Waterloo 2015: Planning the bicentenary

It is often dismissed as a bland commuter town serving Brussels but next year, Waterloo will very much be the focus of international attention....

Sainte Foy: A ski resort like no other

From incredible opportunities for off-piste skiing to mountain biking trails and 18th-century cottages, Sainte Foy has a little bit of everything for holidaymakers. Tucked...

Club Med’s Belek Resort: A golfer’s paradise

Club Med’s latest 4-trident resort on the Turkish Riviera opened last spring and is situated just next door to the Lykia Links golf course....

Villa del Quar: Hotel and vineyard

Verona’s Arena is a fraction the size of its large Roman cousin, il Colosseo. Taking up a chunk of the town’s main square Piazza...

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....

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...

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...
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