With a suitcase full of light and comfy Bellerose summer wear and a couple of cameras, our favorite explorers Nuria Val & Coke Bartrina got on a plane to the States, where they embarked on a beautiful road trip. To wrap things up and to give all of you some travel inspiration, we sat down with the couple who was kind enough to review the whole adventure with us.
Venice is obviously renowned for its canals and Piazza San Marco, but it’s also known as “the city of love” by tourists from all over the world. This time around we wanted to see the city from the inside, from a local family’s perspective. That’s why we decided to meet up with Mara and Matteo, a couple of entrepreneurs in the world of wine and art.
Because we thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Morocco, we’ve decided to give away a trip to this wonderful country so you, too, can have your very own “on the road” experience.
When we were working on our Atlas campaign in Morocco, we knew the person with the right words and the right tone of voice could be found close by, in Brussels. Meet the man behind the ATLAS poem : Guido L Z.
After a long and cold winter, we wanted to head somewhere warm and colorful to start off Spring: Marrakech. After hearing so much about the wonders of the city, we wanted to see it for ourselves. One thing is certain: either you’ll love it, or you’ll hate it, but there’s no way that Marrakech will leave you indifferent.
Bonjour Georges is one of our favorite Instagram accounts going. The person behind it is Cristina, a Brussels-based young mother of 3 adorable kids, with a 4th on the way. She certainly has a way with pictures and words; always honest, often funny, sometimes bittersweet.
In a world full of illustrators and graphic designers, it takes something special to stand out. Enter Berlin-based art director, designer and illustrator Florian Schommer, who insists on keeping things fresh and challenging for both himself and his clientele.
For years we’ve been fans of Black&Wood, an outstanding travel blog run by Parisian free lancers and adventurers Marine and Thibault. Their articles are always inspiring, fun to read and guaranteed to point you in the right direction if you’re in need of tips on where to go, eat or sleep.
Located in the town of Huy, MUR is more than just a place to get coffee or grab a quick lunch. It aspires to be a vital part of a community built around cycling, bringing people together. It’s also the unlikely love child of Edward and Bernard, both musicians and cyclists, yet one’s from the North of England while the other was born and raised in Huy.