Belgium’s four historic boat lifts, on the canal du centre, revolutionised transport in the 19th century. In the 21st century, Strépy-Thieu, the world’s tallest lift, did it again.
Belgium is best known for beer, but Belgians are also producing some fabulous spirits. The new distiller, Belgin, produces two gins and two liqueurs and we recently gave them a taste.
While the Arosea and Terme Merano spas, in South Tyrol, Italy, have different wellness philosophies, they both use the best regional products for their treatments.
Today we share our 7 favourite travel documentary series to inspire your slow travel adventures abroad or right at home.
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Could there be a better way to pass 24 hours in Bolzano, Italy, than exploring vibrant markets and colourful streets, and eating delicious South Tyrolean food? We think not.
Is it possible to know too much about Belgian beer? Find out if you’re a Belgian beer snob with our 10 signs you know too much about Belgian beer.
The Carnival of Binche, in Wallonia’s Hainaut province, in Belgium, is a Mardi Gras festival so steeped in tradition and culture it’s been recognised by UNESCO.
Two Michelin starred Sea Grill restaurant in Brussels, Belgium, is a gastronomic journey through the best food the sea has to offer.
It’s a brand new year, full of possibilities. What better time to plan your next vacation or weekend escape? We’ve recently discovered a brand new tool to make your trip planning easier, cheaper, and even more fun. Meet Yonderbound!