Archaeological work in the Belgian city has revealed previously unknown tombs
Brussels is ending its Covid-era street cafes, but may open them again next year. Paris and New York are considering a permanent plan for them.
Belgium's rail operator is celebrating Europe's Year of the Railway with a game that sends players scrambling through stations for clues.
A stop at the Royal Palace in Brussels, traditional home of the Royal Family of Belgium which today serves only an administrative function.
The A320 painted with images of the popular character will have its paint refreshed and will not be retired.
Brussels will try out a plan that allows doctors 50 prescriptions a year for free museum visits.
A former parking area in central Brussels Marolles neighborhood is transformed into a local summer venue.
DrFumblefinger visits the largest public park in the city of Brussels, directly across from the Royal Palace.
Uccle is installing mesh bridges to keep squirrels alive and off the roadways.
An unusual dining concept gets a permanent home in Brussels
More space on the train, more parking at the station to serve the growing numbers of bike-to-train commuters and travelers.
Belgium's dry register of legal issues pops up a tasty break...
A Flemish serpentarium is closing, and new homes are needed for its collection.
Belgium's zoos say their animals are free of Covid infection—and the story of their testing methods is here.
No, it's not the start of a new round of Napoleonic Wars, and besides, Belgium has given back the occupied territory.