Opening for three weeks every August, the Enchanted Garden in Jodoigne features an art exhibition in a natural garden
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A series of new signs has been catching my eye on the way home from work in recent weeks. Numbers in circles accompanied by arrows means that the long awaited spread of the Dutch-style node point cycle navigation system (Knooppunt) has…
One of the loveliest and most varied walks I have ever done in Belgium
A walk of two halves, but certainly worth walking
The GR 121 long-distance path from Wavre to La Roche is varied, interesting and a wonderful introduction to the GR 121.
An enjoyable 20 km circular walk starting and ending at Florival railway station
May they rust in peace
A 7.5-km walk around Doiceau, with opportunities to harvest the fruits of the wild. No, it wasn’t the sunniest day. In fact it was grey and getting greyer by the minute. But I came back with a big bag of chestnuts to cook for supper. Oh dear, that didn’t work!
A 11-km historical and nature walk through the attractive village of Lathuy near Jodoigne
Even on a short walk through farmland, a surprise could be waiting around the corner.
A gentle 7-km walk in the countryside south-east of Brussels
Follow the 6-km “Promenade des murs” around this sleepy Wallonian village
Until May 29th, in the village of Rebecq, 25 km south-west of Brussels, the local museum is hosting an exhibition to commemorate the loss of an RAF Lancaster shot down over the village in the Second World War. During the night of 27/28 May 1944, the Lancaster was […]
For me, one enjoyable aspect of walking in the countryside is the possibility of the unexpected. This walk, which starts from the Château de Rixensart, certainly gave me a few surprises. With your back to the castle, turn left, walk up the road, take the first left into […]
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