Marrakech: Made for discoveries

And so, it was off to Marrakech, for only the second time in my life – my expectations had been greatly elevated by my...

Holiday traffic: From red to green

The organization Touring announced a ‘code red’ weekend on the roads in Europe this coming weekend. In Belgium, departures begin this Friday at noon...

Cargo plane catastrophe narrowly avoided in Eastern Brussels

Around 11:55 p.m. an aircraft identified as a Boeing 747 cargo plane flew over the eastern outskirts of Brussels at low altitude in, shaking...

The Brussels card: Discover the city

For 24, 48 or 72 hours, the Brussels card offers you free entry to over 30 museums, free use of public transport and exclusive...

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....
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