Belgium is such a quaint country. Everywhere you look you find yourself thinking “What? How? Why?”. Take the Flemish municipality of Voeren, for example, which is located in the far east of the country. Voeren belongs to Flanders. It’s actually… Read More ›
Located 20 kilometres south-west of Antwerp, just off the busy N16, the quiet town of Bornem has so much to see that a day, or even a weekend, is never going to suffice.
Situated on the outskirts of Brussels, the beautifully furnished Gaasbeek Castle has had a torrid history, but now makes a perfect, peaceful day out. It’s actually a gem.
The Réseau Autonome de Voies Lentes (RAVeL), or as its website quaintly translates it, the Autonomous Network of Slow Ways, was established in 1995. This network of old canal embankments and disused railway tracks winds through much of Wallonia. Currently,… Read More ›