A 14 km walk through forests, fields and heathland, and a visit to the past. Why? We used to live in Langdorp, over 20 years ago. We spent 3 years there, and I haven’t been back since. Will I recognize it? Will it have changed? Read on to find out!
Keerbergen Mill is the last remaining mill of 76 that used to grind corn in the Dijle region. If you live in the neighborhood it’s worth taking a look at, although currently you can’t go inside.
A lovely 14 km (or shorter) walk through the cool forests around Diest: ideal on a hot summer’s day.
Explore the rolling countryside around Hoegaarden in this walk which starts in the village of Meldert
As a father of four, my reviews of places to visit are often seen through the eyes of parents with young children (although mine are now well beyond that stage). I often ask myself whether a place is child-friendly; buggy-friendly; safe for children to run in; good places […]
A lovely place to visit at this time of the year. And if you sit still, you’ll be surprised at what you can see and hear.
The cycle paths along the Rivers Dijle and Demer are generally excellent, and guarantee kilometres of safe cycling
A pleasant circular cycle ride around the suburbs and wood surrounding Leuven – and a reminder of an unsolved mystery.
I pass by the location marking a bold action by the Belgian Resistance to free Jewish and Roma civilians from a train heading for Auschwitz.
A Saturday morning cycle ride under the grey clouds of Belgium.
Will my Saturday morning walk reveal any surprises?
Get your wellies on for a 7-km circular walk around Herent and Wilsele
An interesting and scenic walk through the villages, fields and forests around Nieuwrode
An interesting and scenic walk through the villages, fields and forests around Nieuwrode, with a 12th century castle thrown in for good measure!
This almost became the world’s tallest building!