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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...

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...

Travel: My Dubai

The garden of the Sheraton Jumeira Beach hotel resembles an oasis in the desert. Green grass and palm trees create a luxurious atmosphere and...

Brussels: A love letter to the capital

This Spring, I said I wouldn’t fall in love with anyone. By my second week living in Belgium, I knew I had failed dramatically.I...

Cavalia in Brussels

The equestrian extravaganza Cavalia is galloping back to Brussels to celebrate its 10th anniversary.The show, in which horses cavort with artists in front of...

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...

Infinite Possibilities Workshop in Brussels

Tanya DuVall, Certified Infinite Possibilities Trainer, will be facilitating a full-day Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dream workshop on April 27 at...

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...

St. Patrick’s Day: Painting the town green

March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day, the national day of Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world, including in Brussels. This...

The Mercedes House Concerts in Brussels

The Mercedes House is more than just a showroom. Of course you’ll find the classy cars but you’ll also discover a great deal more....
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