It’s always fun to find the quirky side of a destination and this collection of weird things in Brussels shows the city’s odder side.
Feel like a queen (or king) for a day and take a gastronomic trip through Belgian cuisine when eating and drinking at Belga Queen Brussels.
The long-celebrated tradition of rolling out the beautiful floral carpet in Brussels lasts only five days but involves months of planning.
Are you looking for a stylish boutique hotel in Belgium? Look no further than the Radisson RED Brussels for the perfect city stay.
Visit the Port Authority building Antwerp to be treated to a stunning piece of architecture that at first glance, appears to defy gravity.
Liège-Guillemins Railway Station isn’t just a busy train station plugged into Europe’s high-speed rail network. It’s an attraction in itself.
Use this carefully curated mini-guide for a list of things to do when you visit Antwerp. We cover prime tourist sites, unique places, & more.
Montagne De Bueren is one of the world’s most “extreme” staircases. With a 30% incline and 374 steps, scaling this staircase is no easy feat.
While visiting Antwerp, check out the comical Den Deugniet, a statue of a young boy pulling down his pants in a forever full moon pose.