🇧🇪 Belgium

23 July 2020

Top 5 parks in Brussels
with ponds and lakes

The quality of living in a city depends on many different things – one of them surely being the number of parks that the city offers […]
23 July 2020

Brussels Airlines receives €290 million in state aid

An agreement to rescue Brussels Airlines has been reached, the Flemish news outlet VRT NWS announced. It has been agreed that the Belgian government will lend […]
21 July 2020
bread

5 Brussels bakeries
you shouldn’t miss

The love for bread has significantly varied and changed over the past five years or so.  Some years ago, many people liked their bread pre-cut, soft […]
21 July 2020

Belgium celebrates its 189th anniversary

On July 21st, 1831, a forty-year old German prince from the Saxe-Cobourg-Saalfeld duchy stood on the grounds of the Royal Palace in Brussels and was sworn […]
20 July 2020
Alden Biesen

Alden Biesen Castle gained a new life with Martin’s Rentmeesterij

Did you know that Belgium holds a world record for castles? In fact, Belgium has more castles per kilometer than any country in the world. There […]
18 July 2020

Gradual recovery of passenger flights at Brussels Airport in June

In June, 83,589 passengers passed through Brussels Airport, representing a decrease of -96.5% compared to June 2019. This decrease, which is slightly less than the past […]
16 July 2020

Holiday season in Covid-19 times:
A new focus on local tourism?

This summer, Belgians are invited to travel locally. An opportunity for them to (re)discover Wallonia and its rich heritage, which has served as the backdrop for […]
16 July 2020

Brussels Airlines in difficulties: Expansion of flights to be delayed by one week

Brussels Airlines’ management has announced to its employees that the company will postpone the extension of its flight schedule in August due to its worsening financial […]
15 July 2020

Live streaming in Brussels to support the music sector in Covid-19 times

The Brussels music scene is going through a crisis never experienced before. To support it, visit.brussels, Le Botanique and Kiosk Radio are launching artist residences and […]
14 July 2020

A day trip to Bruges

Yesterday, I went to Bruges in Belgium after the lockdown for almost 3,5 months. From Brussels to Bruges, by train, the trip is relatively not too […]
10 July 2020
Brussels Airport

Gradual recovery of passenger flights at Brussels Airport

Since June 15th, Brussels Airport has been welcoming passengers for non-essential travel. 83,589 passengers passed through Brussels Airport that month, representing a decrease of – 96.5% […]
10 July 2020

Belgium bans travel to
three EU regions

The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Belgium has released a list with color codes indicating the areas to which Belgian citizens are not allowed to go this […]
8 July 2020

Belgium closes borders
to 15 non-Schengen countries

The Belgian Government has decided to keep its borders closed to travelers from the 15 countries that the European Union had recently marked as sufficiently safe. […]
7 July 2020

New health safety label for the Brussels tourism sector

In order to enable the sector to reopen as safely as possible, today, the Brussels-Capital Region and visit.brussels are launching a health safety label, created in […]
5 July 2020

Brussels Airport welcomed more than 10 000 passengers for the first time in 3 months

Since the restart of non-essential travels within Europe on the 15th of June and as more countries reopened their borders, Brussels Airport has been adding more destinations […]
3 July 2020

A day trip to Durbuy:
The smallest city in the world

Living in Belgium for 5 years now, makes me realize that there are a lot of beautiful cities in this country. One of them is certainly […]
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