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6 Aug

5 Reasons for booking a serviced apartment for your next business trip

Many employees need to travel around the globe due to business reasons – whether for a short period or for months. Why serviced apartments are a good alternative to hotels, rented flats and shared apartments, as you can read below. 1. Cost Advantages The longer you stay in a serviced apartment the lower the price per night will be. With a stay of more than 30 days it is possible to realize savings up to 50%, compared to hotels with similar furnishings/standards. Furthermore there are no additional costs such as brokerage and deposit fees, repairs and utility payments. Thereby serviced apartments offer a great advantage even in comparison with rented and shared flats. 2. Performance Advantage In a serviced apartment...
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6 Aug

Brussels pays tribute to Pieter Bruegel

This year, Brussels will pay tribute to Pieter Bruegel the Elder on the 450th anniversary of his death. The event is in line with the three cultural years dedicated to Flemish masters, in 2018-2020. One of the most awaited moments will be the return of the famous painting Dulle Griet to the Mayer van den Bergh House-Museum in Antwerp after the important restoration that restored it to its original splendor. Between 1400 and 1650, the corner of Western Europe known today as Flanders was a crucible of culture. The pocket of land framed by Bruges, Antwerp, Brussels, and Leuven had become wealthy through trade and the renowned skills of its weavers, a wealth reflected today in the splendor of its...
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6 Aug

In Search of Bruges Finest Chocolate

Walking the old city streets of Bruges with the sun shining on your brow, you just can’t help but notice the beauty of the city, it puts a sparkle in your eye and a smile to your lips… but then your 4th sense is taken over.. the smell of chocolate is in the air. Dark and yet sweet, rich and delicate, creamy and mouthwatering. It entices memories of first tastes and first kisses, setting your mouth alight with expectation. You follow the scent over cobbled paths and past exquisite churches until finally you step inside one of Bruges’ finest chocolatiers …. Sweertvaegher This wonderful chocolate shop opened its doors more than half a century ago, and has been a staple...
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