Get ready for a superb natural spectacle. Coming soon to the Hallerbos!
No sign of anything to do with Middle Earth in this place called Bree, but plenty of fresh air, great walks and lovely nature
A Saturday morning cycle ride under the grey clouds of Belgium.
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
The tiny village of Vollezele was once the hub of a thriving Belgian export industry.
Get your wellies on for a 7-km circular walk around Herent and Wilsele
A short list of traditional Christmas carol services in various towns and cities in Belgium
An interesting and scenic walk through the villages, fields and forests around Nieuwrode, with a 12th century castle thrown in for good measure!
Patrick Damiaens is a talented wood carver who specializes in Liege-style furniture and coats of arms
St. Martha and Mary’s is a small but vibrant Anglican church in the center of Leuven
Visit Herent and listen to a competition-winning amateur community band
The horror of war extends beyond the human tragedy.
Follow the 6-km “Promenade des murs” around this sleepy Wallonian village
This almost became the world’s tallest building!
Visit the abbey before enjoying a beautiful expanse of heathland and woodland
Enjoy a few hours walking around this “oasis of tranquility” near Hoegaarden
Get your walking boots on, feel the soft pine needles under your feet, and those stresses will soon be slipping away
A day in the Molignée Valley, south of Namur, could incorporate a country walk, a visit to the historic ruins of Montaigle Castle, a tour of the Abbey of Maredsous, a visit to a snail farm, and a trip on a rail-bike. To reach the Molignée Valley, take the E411 until junction 19, and then…
First of all, let’s deal with its strange name. Zoutleeuw. Does it originate from the times when lions (leeuwen) with a taste for salt (zout) roamed the hills of Limburg? Not at all. Until the 16th century the village was simply called Leeuw. Disappointingly, it has nothing to do with lions at all. It’s believed…