A donuts-for-a-year promotion draws big crowds to Belgium's first Dunkin Donuts.
An American donut chain is preparing to go head-to-head with Belgian patisseries.
Sweden's plan for an overnight sleeper to Cologne has now been extended to Brussels—but Germany may have lost its enthusiasm for the project.
A disputed study says that the popular shared scooters found in many cities are worse polluters than cars. Can it be true? Read on!
Construction is held up to allow investigation of a Roman ironworks, the first of its kind found in Belgium.
Forget stock trading, and hoist a glass of one of Belgium's many brews.
Just a month after night-train service between Brussels and Vienna was restored, it is selling out and more trains will be added.
A new classification system, after nine years without one, will give Brussels hotels new stars and new marketing tools.
An 1846 model, made by Adolphe Sax himself, has been placed in the Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments on a long-term loan.
DrFumblefinger visits a tapestry shop while wandering the streets of Brussels.
The discount airline is now Europe's largest carrier, but faces financial and regulatory issues.
Symbol of the 1958 World Expo, the Atomium has lived on to become one of Brussels' top attractions.
On a beautiful day Travel Rob goes to the beautiful Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. See why the garden is so special
Flixtrain's Brussels-to-Paris planned route highlights the growing role of private rail operators in Europe.
Train World Museum will soon be operating a regular weekend steam service on a historic Belgian route.