More trains for Amsterdam route

Starting October, two additional high-speed Thalys trains will connect Brussels to Amsterdam. These high-speed trains should partially offset the failure of Fyra, the train...

What’s On in Belgium

Check out What's On in Belgium - from Breugel on walls to Da Vinci at your fingertips Bruegel Street Art Trail visit.brussels, in collaboration with the...

September events at La Maison du Luxembourg

Back at work? Looking for some excellent September events? Look no further... September events in Brussels Belgian Luxembourg in the Ardennes, close by and surprising! Our inspiring...

Brussels Dining: La Villa Lorraine

In another chapter of our series Brussels Dining, Colin Moors heads into leafy suburbia to dine in a very special villa: La Villa Lorraine. Located...

Wine: By the banks of the Rhone

Geoffroy van Lede of le-vin-du-mois.be offers his latest fine wines. This month let’s talk about a region that smells like sunshine, which witnessed many popes,...

Festive wine: Maison Pirard offers its house taste

Local wine merchants Maison Picard have used their expertise to point you in the right direction for festive wine. The metier of the wine merchant...

Bordeaux wine: A tale of two vineyards

Paul Morris hopped aboard the tour bus to visit vineyards and sample some Bordeaux wine. Château Maucaillou The first vineyard we visited was a very grand...

Waterloo 2015: Planning the bicentenary

It is often dismissed as a bland commuter town serving Brussels but next year, Waterloo will very much be the focus of international attention....

Winter Wonders: Brussels Christmas Market

British Tour Operators voted Brussels’ annual Winter Wonders the most original in Europe – the Christmas market stretches for 2 km with a series...

Belgian dining: Le Rêve Richelle and Café Caberdouche

In our Belgian dining pages thjis week we look at two more excellent venues. Café Caberdouche  James Drew found a café that takes its beer and...
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