With bee populations declining, a bee hotel can provide all-year-round safe and secure accommodation for bees
The Belgian Coastal Tram is the longest tramline in the world!
Feeding the garden birds in winter is a great way to introduce children to nature
All you need to know for a half- or full-day walking around Overijse
Children might especially enjoy taking part in this weekend’s Garden Butterfly Count
Located to the east of Leuven, Horst Castle has remained largely untouched since the middle of the 17th century
You’re going to love this place. It’s one of the prettiest river valleys in Belgium
The Sloping Lock of Ronquières has to be seen to be believed. And you can take a boat trip on this incredible piece of Belgian engineering
Two different walks to explore Domain Solvay, the Chateau de La Hulpe, the Folon Art Museum, and the surrounding woodland
And now for Something Completely Different! I guarantee that the Tower of Eben-Ezer is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
Looking for shapes and patterns in nature can transform a morning walk in your local park or forest into a journey of discovery
Three walks through the Belgian National Park. Choose any one, or mix and match depending on the time you have available.
There are five entry points to the Hoge Kempen National Park. From any one of these you can walk or cycle through this outstanding area of natural beauty.
November is a great month for walking in the woods. One of the ways to make your walk extra special – particularly for children – is to find and photograph mushrooms and toadstools.
Dungeons, a torture chamber, displays of swords and guns, and some outstanding views from the top, combine to make a trip to Gravensteen Castle in Gent a great day out for kids.