As we’re preparing to take off on our European travel adventure, I’ve been reflecting on our ten years in Belgium a lot lately. We’ve had some unbelievable experiences – some good, some not so good, and a few that were downright weird.
Belgium’s 80+ breweries produce almost 1000 varieties of beer, but visiting one isn’t simple. To make it easier, here is our list of Belgian breweries open for individual visitors.
Belgium currently has 13 UNESCO World Heritage sites, 16 tentative sites, and 13 listings of cultural heritage. That’s a lot of heritage for one tiny country!
The Bastogne Barracks Museum illustrates the Belgian city’s defences during the Battle of the Bulge and showcase military vehicles at the Vehicle Restoration Centre.
It’s been seven months since our last round up of restaurants we recommend in Brussels. We are long overdue to share our recent top picks. This time, we didn’t limit ourselves to Brussels and have a pair of restaurants in Wallonia in the mix as well.
So without further delay, here are 7 more must eat restaurants in Belgium.
“Listen closely and you should be able to hear them.”
I strained my ears, shivering in the cold dark parking lot. All I heard was the shuffling feet, of several other journalists, gathered around me.
Historic castles in Belgium, great food, and the picturesque Wallonia countryside – Adriana covers three topics we love on this perfect day-trip from Brussels.
The Chèvrerie d’Ozo is an Alpine goat farm in the Belgian Ardennes, producing a variety of delicious cheeses. Visitors can meet the goats and learn about the cheese-making process.