Listening to the sounds of nature can help counteract stress and anxiety. They may be particularly helpful during the current coronavirus crisis.
Some tips on how to make a country walk with children fun and enjoyable. And some ideas on where to go in Belgium.
Enjoy the views and some fascinating history on this 12 km walk around three villages in Brabant Wallon
Three walks of varying distance plus a circular cycle route from Leuven into the heart of the Flemish countryside
Marvel at how the Vlooyberg Tower “floats” in the air, and then climb to the top for some great views.
It’s easy to explore the province of Flemish Brabant on foot or by bike thanks to a range of excellent English-language material
A lovely walk overlooking the river Meuse and the surrounding hills, with a short child-friendly stroll too.
One of the most bizarre stories in European history concerns a small patch of land in eastern Belgium
Historical and art tour guide Diana Goodwin selects her favorite locations in Belgium.
The remarkable life of a Belgian nun who ended up being the subject of a book and a movie, and nursing a Hollywood star!
A bone-shaking tour through cycling’s Flemish heartlands
A short list of 15 museums throughout Belgium that will be particularly interesting for children of all ages and interests.
This literally open air steel sculpture is a fascinating and thought-provoking work of art
After visiting Grand Commandery Aldem Biesen, it’s time to take a circular walk and discover the surroundings.
Bernard Wilkin, Senior Researcher in the State Archives of Belgium, describes his favourite locations in his home country.