Let’s discover one of Northern’s Italy’s little known secrets: a region that is neither Italian nor Austrian… Or maybe it is a little bit of both.
Iceland – a small island sandwiched between Greenland and the European continent, famous for hot springs, vikings, and volcanoes.
Beyond the aftermath of Brexit and the restrictions associated with the Coronavirus pandemic, Meeting Halfway explores the wonderful Britain…
Meeting Halfway supports many interesting projects at the European level. The team Europe on Track explains to us their very interesting initiative…
Switzerland is a rather small state. Nevertheless, it offers numerous sights worth discovering. With the third and last article of this short series being about northwestern Switzerland we will lead you to St. Gallen, the capital of the homonymous canton.
Switzerland is a rather small state. Nevertheless, it offers numerous sights worth discovering. Today, we will introduce you to a marvelous treasure, located on the banks of the Rhine and well guarded by the local community.
Switzerland is a rather small state. Nevertheless, it still offers numerous sights worth discovering. Meeting Halfway takes you on an imaginary journey of discovery to the Northeast of the country, which shares a border with Germany.
A district of Brussels which was not mentioned in my last contributions is the European Quarter. However, the fact that this part of Brussels has not yet been examined in more detail does not mean that it is not important (to me), but exactly the opposite. The European Quarter is in fact the heart of Brussels, to which this article is intended to give special importance.
Alsace, a region located on the eastern border of France close to Germany and Switzerland, is a magical place full of surprises. In this new series, we will take you to this very special place and give you a taste of the many wonders it has to offer.
In my last article about Brussels, I highlighted the cultural and culinary sights of the city, and briefly touched on the subject of nature. There, I presented the magnificent Parc du Cinquantenaire, also called Jubelpark. It offers a welcome change of scenery and is particularly popular during lunch breaks, as it is close to the European institutions and has a high recreational value. This is not least due to the magnificent Arc de Triomphe, which I discussed in more detail in the article: Brussels’ cultural and culinary attractions.