As they noticed that the soil around the Abbey was fertile and packed with botanical herbs, the Desclée de Maredsous family decided to start manufactu
Between 1885 and 1917, four iron tours de force of hydraulic genius were erected on the Canal du Centre in the Walloon province of Hainaut, to open up Belgium's coal and steel-making area while a
In 1919, Marie Siska (1881-1948) and her Dutch entrepreneurial husband Petrus Dossche started a waffle house in Zoutelaan in Knokke, although the history of waffles in the family goes back to 1882.
The Couque de Dinant is the pride of the city whose name it bears, but watch out for your teeth when you bite into it!
On 8 December 2018, the AfricaMuseum in Tervuren – the former Royal Museum for Central Africa – re-opened, after five years of radical renovation and restoration works.
Who hasn't dreamt of visiting a city without hordes of tourists and discovering the locals' favourite spots?