A visit to Diest can include the museum, a town walk, and the UNESCO Heritage Site of the Beguinage
All you need to know for a half- or full-day walking around Overijse
A pleasant walk along the River Dijle which flows through Sint-Agatha-Rode, named after the patron saint of breast cancer
A practical example of how to use the wonderful Flemish cycling network in Flanders: an 85-km round trip Tienen, the sugar city
Blow away those cobwebs with a walk along the seashore. Start at Oostende and turn right. Walk a couple of hours along the beach until you reach the lovely seaside resort of De Haan where you can stop for lunch. Onwards then to Blankenberge. You can then catch the coastal tram back to Oostende.
I reach the halfway point on the GR 571 long-distance path through the Ardennes
Stage 4 of the GR 571, and the first signs of spring along the River Salm
Stage 3 of the GR 571: Steep climbs, reminders of WW2, great views, and snow!
When a town promotes itself as the oldest in Belgium, it’s tempting to wonder how much evidence of this claim is still visible. Visit Tongeren, and its credentials are right in front of you: city walls from the first century, and a Roman archaeological site from the fourth. It’s also got an excellent Gallo-Roman Museum
Stage 2 of the GR 571 featured steep ascents, great views, scary footbridges and some snow!
If you want to explore the Picardy Wallonia region of Belgium, here’s a good website to start your journey of discovery
A 14 km walk through forests, fields and heathland, and a visit to my past!
The 538 steps up St. Rumbold’s Tower are worth the effort, for the views from the top are breathtaking
An interesting and scenic walk through the villages, fields and forests around Nieuwrode
Here is the third part of “In Bruegel’s footsteps”, which covers his association with the Limburg town of Peer.