These six delightful gardens in Belgium are worth visiting at any time of the year! Advertisements
O my Luve’s like a red, red rose That’s newly sprung in June
View imposing buildings. Stroll down quaint alleyways. Visit museums. Walk under the river. Drink in the city’s oldest pub
If you love urban art, the Antwerp Street Art Guide and Map is just for you!
The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken open for three weeks every year
Whether you prefer to walk, cycle, jog, gallop, tree-hug or whatever, there’s plenty of opportunities in the Forêt de Soignes.
A stunning stop-motion video of Leuven, and some Spring flowers in the Botanic Garden
Wespelaar Arboretum opens on Sunday 1 April 2018. Its 192 types of Magnolia are always a sight to behold
The Siberian Chipmunks living in the Forêt de Soignes make a great photo opportunity.
Discover the inventive beauty of Annevoie water gardens, plus a couple of nearby castles and an abbey
The Vervet Forest is the story of five orphan baby monkeys and the struggle to save their forest home in South Africa
With bee populations declining, a bee hotel can provide all-year-round safe and secure accommodation for bees
A few books to help you discover more about Belgium
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