Devonly delights

With so much current focus on the WW1 anniversary commemorations, it is perhaps worth recalling that Exeter was the first English provincial city to...

Seven unusual wonders of the travel world

Together has trawled Responsible Travel’s guide to find some unusual destinations Responsible Travel is dedicated to small and tailor-made holidays, all screened for their commitment...

Brittany: Town and water in north-west France

Paul Morris heeded the old call: “Go west, young man!” And headed to Brittany... The first thing to do in Rennes is take a tour...

Madeira: Seductive nature

Jeanie Keogh spent some time on a delightful Portuguese island. Madeira's seductive nature lulls and entices like the island of Sirens did Odysseus. A majestic...

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...

Travel: Luxurious seclusion at Sofitel So Mauritius

For our travel section, Together took a trip to a stunning hotel in a stunning spot. The dreamy island of Mauritius made its appearance on...

Visit Brussels: Vote for Stanhope Hotel Brussels in the awards

For more than a decade the visit.brussels Awards ceremony has been honouring projects that actively foster Brussels' image at home and abroad. Visit.brussels is hoping...

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...

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...

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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