Derek Blyth, journalist, writer, tour guide, and ex-editor of The Bulletin, describes his favourite locations in Belgium.
The 63 km Promenade Verte allows walkers and cyclists to encircle Brussels and discover its history and nature.
Wondering where to walk in Belgium? Here are some personal recommendations.
Read this bedtime story for children (and adults). Plûme in the Enchanted Garden by Tone Aanderaa
It’s time to exercise your grey matter with the 2nd Discovering Belgium Quiz! And then challenge your friends and family!
For Brussels residents, this is a great walk to escape the city for a while!
The Flemish village of Boortmeerbeek is the only place in Europe where a train transport of Jews was stopped by resistance fighters.
A brief look at some of the main factors to consider when picking a first pair of binoculars for a child or grandchild.
Whether you prefer to walk, cycle, jog, gallop, tree-hug or whatever, there’s plenty of opportunities in the Forêt de Soignes.
Looking for a unique piece of Belgian modern art? Check out the work of Olivier Van Dam.
How well do you know Belgium? Answer these 12 multiple-choice questions to discover how much you know. Or don’t!
Enjoy walking around Overijse with this circular walk. Plus instructions how to get to Overijse from Brussels.