Children might especially enjoy taking part in this weekend’s Garden Butterfly Count
Cycling enthusiast Kevin Mayne tries out the new cycling network in Brabant Wallon. It’s a welcome expansion of the Flemish system. However, some routes clearly need to be improved. And the interactive network map is not easy to use. Let’s hope these teething problems get solved, to encourage […]
100 years ago this weekend saw the start of the Battle of Passchendaele. Here are four ways to remember.
One of the loveliest and most varied walks I have ever done in Belgium
A walk of two halves, but certainly worth walking
An adventurous up-and-down hike through an Ardennes river valley
Located to the east of Leuven, Horst Castle has remained largely untouched since the middle of the 17th century
Three cycle rides through the spectacular flowering fruit orchards of the Haspengouw
The GR 121 long-distance path from Wavre to La Roche is varied, interesting and a wonderful introduction to the GR 121.
The Sloping Lock of Ronquières has to be seen to be believed. And you can take a boat trip on this incredible piece of Belgian engineering
An open letter to travel writer Bill Bryson in response to his criticisms of Belgium in his recent book.
A pleasant walk along the River Dijle which flows through Sint-Agatha-Rode, named after the patron saint of breast cancer
Two walks that take you through the heart of Flanders Fields to some of the most poignant World War One cemeteries.
Outstanding detective work by Belgian woodcarver Patrick Damiaens led to a valuable carving being reunited with its home in England decades after being lost.
Two different walks to explore Domain Solvay, the Chateau de La Hulpe, the Folon Art Museum, and the surrounding woodland