There’s a new picnic area and nature walk in Leuven, around the Vijvers (Ponds) of Bellefroid.
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.
For Brussels residents, this is a great walk to escape the city for a while!
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.
A brief introduction to one of Leuven’s delights: its Kruidtuin, or Botanical Garden.
There are plenty of opportunities for walking and cycling along the River Dijle as it snakes its 86-km way through central Belgium.
Wondering what to see in Leuven? Check out this stunning video by Basel Zobieda.
An open letter to travel writer Bill Bryson in response to his criticisms of Belgium in his recent book.
A practical example of how to use the wonderful Flemish cycling network in Flanders: an 85-km round trip Tienen, the sugar city
As a father of four, my reviews of places to visit are often seen through the eyes of parents with young children (although mine are now well beyond that stage). I often ask myself whether a place is child-friendly; buggy-friendly; safe for children to run in; good places […]
A pleasant circular cycle ride around the suburbs and wood surrounding Leuven – and a reminder of an unsolved mystery.
This almost became the world’s tallest building!
Enjoy a walk through the narrow, cobblestoned streets that make up the Groot Begijnhof in Leuven.
The Leuven Botanical Garden may be one of the smallest botanical gardens in Belgium, but itâ€™s one of the most charming. Itâ€™s small enough to cover in an hour or two; itâ€™s well laid out; and easily accessible with wheelchairs and childrenâ€™s buggies.