Get ready for a superb natural spectacle. Bluebells. Millions of them
Talbot House in Poperinge is one of the most evocative First World War sites in Belgium. It was used by soldiers for rest and relaxation before returning to the Front. It’s still very much as it used to be 100 years ago.
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 […]
Sunday July 12 is your opportunity to jump into a Belgian river
Guest Blogger Hannah Little reports on last Sunday’s Cats Parade in Ypres
Get prepared for one of the wackiest events in Belgium: it’s the Ypres’ Cats Parade!
A lovely place to visit at this time of the year. And if you sit still, you’ll be surprised at what you can see and hear.
Will my Saturday morning walk reveal any surprises?
Some more great tips from Kevin Mayne on how to enjoy cycling in Belgium
Some great ideas from guest blogger Kevin Mayne to discover Belgium by bike
Visit the abbey before enjoying a beautiful expanse of heathland and woodland
Enjoy a few hours walking around this “oasis of tranquility” near Hoegaarden