Belgium gathers some of the greatest artists that create the most impressive public art. From giant murals to interesting structures, Belgian public is actively engaged in an active dialogue in public spaces where public art is located. This ten meter-high church – Doorkijkkerk, or Reading Between the Lines – made of 100 layers of steel palettes is
Our City Instagrammers series showcases the life in cities across Europe. We find some of the most hip city photographers across Europe – from Helsinki and Cologne to Lisbon and Trieste. Here we profile seven Brussels-based Instagram accounts you have to follow to keep up with what is going on in that mysterious city. If you follow them, you will learn
Before the President of the European Council and national delegations move into the new Council building in January 2017, Europolitan Trends had a chance to visit the new Europa building of the Council. Below we bring you some of the highlights. The Need for the New There are a few things that come to mind
Hotel BLOOM! in Brussels, is not an ordinary hotel that you know. Having previously visited the hotel for a conference or two, the hotel did not strike me as extraordinary. However, now after visiting it again for the 10th year anniversary, I beg to say that the hotel is quite unique for a number of reasons.
Have you heard of the nordic white nights, when the sun sets just before midnight and the twilight lasts all night long? In Saint Petersburg, Russia, white nights became notorious for flourishing artistic and cultural events.
On May 18, International Museum Day, Brussels Museums launched a campaign to promote the masterpieces from the permanent collections of the
European Quarter in Brussels has a new addition to its hotel scene.
Everyone that stayed behind in a city during the hot summer days knows that staying and working, while ‘everyone else seems to be enjoying their holidays’ could be tough.