It’s easy to explore the province of Flemish Brabant on foot or by bike thanks to a range of excellent English-language material
The kids and the dog will love this short ramble through the woods and fields around Sint-Pieters-Rode
The Flemish Brabant Tourist Office has organised two more English-speaking guides to introduce you to two lovely areas of the province this weekend, October 5-6, 2019.
There’s some great nature to enjoy while enjoying a country walk in the Doode Bemde nature reserve in Neerijse, south of Leuven.
Sign up quickly for an English-language tour of a Flemish vineyard!
A brief introduction to one of Leuven’s delights: its Kruidtuin, or Botanical Garden.
Visit the WW1 Experience Centre in Tildonk and discover how locals coped with the occupation.
Five tips to make the most of this 5 km or 9 km walk in the Hageland Valley
A visit to Diest can include the museum, a town walk, and the UNESCO Heritage Site of the Beguinage
The ideal way to spend a day in the Belgian Hageland: a walk, lunch, and castle visit!
An 8-km walk that includes a castle, a watermill, a lake, and a strange sport!
O my Luve’s like a red, red rose That’s newly sprung in June
The Expats Bucket List is a fun way to discover 20 things to do in Flemish Brabant
When I was invited to a press event in the Best Beer Bar in the World, I couldn’t resist
During 2018, the exhibitions at Gaasbeek Castle are dominated by the theme of “vanitas”