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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...

Tourism: #CallBrussels reassures tourists

With the #CallBrussels tourism campaign, visit.brussels aims to convince tourists that Brussels is still a destination of choice. There has been a noticeable decline in...

Dining in Brussels: Down in the Bowery

Colin Moors savours haute cuisine dining in a high fashion concept store. Tucked away in a large concrete edifice on the Chaussée de Louvain is...

Charity at Christmas and all year round

Paul Morris talks to two Belgian organizations at the forefront of helping people in distress. One of the main players in Belgian aid services is...

Let’s go out in Brussels!

Visit.brussels is asking us to “Go out, smile and (cultural) Brussels will spoil you!” Visit.brussels and the Brussels cultural sector have joined forces to launch...

Charity: Un Ami pour Tous

One Brussels-based non-profit organization Un Ami pour Tous (A Friend for Everyone) is dedicated to improving the lives of children in care by breathing...

Brussels lockdown: The cat’s out of the bag

Brussels has been in the eye of the storm this past week. But the way the city and its inhabitants handled the situation was...

Fine Thai dining in Brussels

Les Larmes du Tigre This excellent Thai restaurant is about to celebrate 30 years of service to the Brussels public. Tucked behind the Palais du...

Make the most of being a Brussels expat

Ah Bruxelles, je t’adore! I have been a Bruxelloise for well over three years now and although I won’t go as far as to...

Discover the wine of Alsace

Geoffroy van Lede of le-vin-du-mois.be offers his latest fine wines. The vineyards of Alsace stretch over a hundred kilometers long and 3 km wide between...
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