🇧🇪 Belgium


6 April 2021

Covid-19 self-tests now available in Belgian pharmacies

Starting today, Tuesday 6th April, Covid-19 self-tests will be available to purchase in pharmacies across Belgium. Following the country’s health minister’s decision a week ago that […]
6 April 2021

Belgium’s national vaccine registration list officially open

As of today, Tuesday 6th April, anyone in Belgium aged over 18 can register on the reserve list for Covid-19 vaccinations. The list offers registered people […]
5 April 2021

Less parking spots and more terraces in Brussels this summer

The Brussels-Capital Region will allow outdoor cafés on car parks until the end of 2022, which had been proposed by State Secretary for Urban Planning, Pascal […]
2 April 2021

Klankenbos, a different kind of forest

When talking about life, many people will agree that nature is the greatest artist of all with all the lifeforms, shapes, sounds and scents it created. […]
2 April 2021

The Belgian bunkers in Bertem’s fields and the forgotten battle of May 1940

The rolling land around Leuven is peppered with Second World War bunkers. Unlike the monsters of the Atlantic Wall, designed to deter as well as to […]
1 April 2021

Brussels introduces its first architecture prize

The Brussels Architecture Prize is an initiative of the Brussels-Capital Region that is implemented by Urban in collaboration with A+ Architecture in Belgium. Every two years, […]
1 April 2021

Belgium: Place Lux in Covid times

Place du Luxembourg, or Place Lux, is an iconic square in Brussels. It may not boast the impressive architecture of the Grand Place, but it is […]
1 April 2021

10 Beautiful campsites in the Ardennes and beyond

1. Camping Maka, Bouillon On the banks of the Semois river, offering great hiking, fishing, canoeing and swimming, Camping Maka is a well-organised, nature-first campsite with […]
31 March 2021

New cycle path to Brussels Airport is completed

Brussels Airport is now connected to the F3 Leuven-Brussels cycle path with a new branch. The F3 is one of the main cycle highways in Flemish […]
30 March 2021

Brussels Airlines invests in Scandinavian destinations

Brussels Airlines has announced that it will be offering more flights to destinations in Norway, Sweden, and Finland from this summer. Brussels Airlines joins forces with […]
30 March 2021

22 Brussels museums accessible to students for free during Easter holidays

From Saturday 3rd to Sunday 18th of April, 22 Brussels museums will be open free of charge to higher education students. “Free Museums for Students” is […]
29 March 2021

Limburg gets Flander’s first rollerblading route

Saturday 20th March saw the opening of Flander’s first ever rollerblading route. The trail covers 90 kilometres and is specially designed for the unique mode of […]
29 March 2021

Sophie Lenoir: “Since March 2020, I made around 500 lockdown portraits of Brussels residents”

Sophie Lenoir is a Brussels-based photographer. Since march 2020, Sophie captured around 500 portraits of Brussels residents and gathered the testimonies related to the lockdown of the […]
26 March 2021

This is how the Brussels Palace of Justice looks without scaffolding

In mid March it was reported that the scaffolding of the Brussels Palace of Justice would have to be replaced. The scaffolding, which has been in […]
26 March 2021

Cycling through the heathland on this Belgian cycling route

Visit Limburg is developing a new and unique cycling experience, Cycling through the Heathland. The bike path will travel through Hoge Kempen National Park in Flanders, […]
25 March 2021

Belgian wine is booming

Located in northern Europe and with unruly weather, Belgium wasn’t the place to produce wine. With most of its territory being flat and not too many […]
Send this to a friend