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...

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...

The ins and out of Antwerp

It is known to some as the little brother of Brussels and Bruges but there is rather more to Antwerp, Belgium´s second city, than...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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....

Luxury India: Guest is God on a personal tour

This month’s luxury offering is a remarkable personalized tour of luxury India. Luxury launches website VeryFirstTo.com is offering up a once-in-a-lifetime tour of luxury India,...
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