Flemish films and TV series enjoyed fantastic success abroad in 2018.
Belgian brand Komrads is set to market the first trainers made from the fermented pulp of apple peel.
A sparkling wine from Hainaut has won an award for excellence at an international wine-tasting competition. A major first!
We already told you last year that the 2019 Tour de France would start in Brussels. Now more details are known.
In the autumn of 2018, the 27-year-old Antwerp-born rider already won a bronze medal for the time trial at the World Championships in Innsbruck.
Bruegel left us in 1569, just 450 years ago. For this anniversary, countless events will be dedicated to the work and life of this incredible artist.
The Museum of Natural Sciences presents Arkhane, the fossil of a new species of Allosaurus, which will be exhibited as a world exclusive until 31 March 2020.
A team from the University of Liège have demonstrated that a drug used to treat coronary artery diseases is a powerful antibiotic, particularly against super bacteria.
Since 1545, Tongerlo Abbey has been home to a replica of "The Last Supper" by Leonardo Da Vinci.
Belgian Pride is back! The capital is honouring diversity and the LGBTI+ community, as it does every year.