On Friday 5 March the Consultative Committee of Governments has decided to prolong the ban on leisure travel to and from Belgium to 18 April. That is after the Easter School Holiday.
European Sleeper Coöperatie U.A. is set to launch a sleeper train service from the Netherlands and Belgium in April 2022. In April 2021 the company will announce destination.
ILGA-Europe‘s ‘Annual Review 2021‘ shows that as a result of the unprecedented events of 2020, LGBTI people and communities in Europe have been pushed to the brink.
The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express (VSOE) will travel to and from Brussels in June 2021 and April 2021.
Boekhandel Kartonnen Dozen in Antwerp has won the annual Çavaria Media Award. Brussels based Protest to support the Polish LGBT+ community won the Çavaria Campaign Award.
From today, 27 January 2021, until 1 March 2021, travel to and from the Kingdom of Belgium is severely restricted. The Ministerial Decree has been published in the Belgian Monitor, Belgium’s Official Journal.
The Consultative Committee of Federal and Regional Governments ha s announced a ban of non-essential travel in and out of Belgium from 27 January until 1 March. This new coronavirus countermeasures aims to avoid a new peak in infections and minimise the import of the dreaded so-called British variant.
Belgium‘s Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched a colour code system for travel abroad concerning coronavirus COVID-19. The ministry updated its travel advice section.
For gay and bisexual men, overseas travel is on hold for 2020. That is one of the findings of a large Romeo survey concerning attitudes in a context of coronavirus COVID-19.
33% of Belgian travel influencers think travelling outside Belgium will be possible in September 2020. 15% estimate a bit later this year. 9% think only in 2021. 33% hope(d) to travel this summer. 10% even thought spring 2020 was a possibility.