There’s plenty of activities to do and events to attend in Belgium in December 2019, both in the major cities, and the wilds of Wallonia.
The Flemish Brabant Tourist Office has organised two more English-speaking guides to introduce you to two lovely areas of the province this weekend, October 5-6, 2019.
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The Procession of the Holy Blood in Bruges takes place every year (except 2020) on Ascension Day.
A walking tour of Bruges city centre, covering the main filming locations of the movie In Bruges with Colin Farrell.
Got an hour or two to spare? Discover some of the historic delights of the beautiful city centre of Antwerp.
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Wondering what to see in Leuven? Check out this stunning video by Basel Zobieda.
Dungeons, a torture chamber, displays of swords and guns, and some outstanding views from the top, combine to make a trip to Gravensteen Castle in Gent a great day out for kids.
Taking a 45-minute boat trip along the River Leie is a great way to see another side of Gent
Explore the lovely city of Gent in Belgium with this walking tour that takes in brunch, lunch, a castle visit, plenty of churches and some of the most beautiful buildings in Belgium
The 538 steps up St. Rumbold’s Tower Mechelen are worth the effort, for the views from the top are breathtaking Looming over Mechelen market square is St. Rumbold’s Tower. Nearly 100 meters high (it was originally intended to reach 160 meters) and a UNESCO World Heritage site, it’s […]
This almost became the world’s tallest building!
Enjoy a walk through the narrow, cobblestoned streets that make up the Groot Begijnhof in Leuven.