The construction of the Menin Gate took place between 1922 and 1927 It commemorates Commonwealth soldiers who died during World War One.
Brussels residents can now enjoy 252 km of a digital network of bicycle junctions in Brussels
Visit the megaliths of Wéris – a dolmen (burial tomb) and some menhirs (standing stones) – on a 6k or 17k walk.
Ypres was totally destroyed in the First World War yet took only 10 years to rebuild. Here’s the story of the Reconstruction of Ypres.
Partly beautifully renovated, the Park Abbey of Leuven comprises a church, museum, farm, fishponds, gatehouses and brasserie.
There’s a new picnic area and nature walk in Leuven, around the Vijvers (Ponds) of Bellefroid.
A list of nearly 200 places in Belgium that are great for children’s outdoor activities.
Hidden away but visible from passing trains, the Erps-Kwerps Vijvers reveal a wealth of nature to the patient observer.
Children might especially enjoy taking part in the Garden Butterfly Count in July in Belgium
If you only buy one book to help you discover Belgium, then it needs to be Hidden Belgium by Derek Blyth
Enjoy this walk around Grimbergen that includes a wooded park, basilica, abbey, castle, two watermills and plenty of cafés!
Join me as I cycle around the outskirts of Leuven on this 27 km route that takes in Heverlee Woods and the Leuven-Mechelen Canal.