Europe's night-sleeper network continues to grow with more routes planned
A few days in Antwerp gave PHeymont a chance to start storing memories for a future trip.
A new type of traffic intersection is said to speed traffic, increase capacity... and to confuse many drivers, at least at first.
In an era when short-haul flying is under pressure for climate reasons, Brussels Airport sees a need for more rail connections at the airport.
Four ports will host the series of sailing ship races this summer.
Brussels and its water supply operator are building a hundred new fountains to make free tap water more available in the outdoors.
Bicycle safety issues are getting more attention; in Brussels one of the issues is disappearing bike lane markings.
Brussels must decide whether its huge CocaCola sign is historic, art or eyesore
Brussels trams and buses will now announce themselves to waiting passengers.
PHeymont visits a massive cathedral with a rocky history and a treasure of art including paintings by Rubens
Belgium is taking legal action over what it says are intentionally complicated claim forms.
GeorgeG remembers the famous rude statue and some highlights of a visit to Brussels.
Two can travel as cheaply as one on Belgian trains for the next few months by buying a Duo Ticket.
A Brussels-area town has officially adopted English as a language for town business along with the required Flemish or French
Antwerp's magnificent central station, with its domes and spires, has been repeatedly named as one of the world's most beautiful stations