Like most of us, these days Marilyn Jones is traveling in memories of places she's been and hopes to return to. Today, she shares Bruges, Belgium with us.
Brussels metro operator freshens up older cars with bright scenery
U.S. pre-clearance is coming to Brussels, even though air traffic is very low for now.
Morals cops—town stewards—in a Belgian city create a worldwide sales success for a garden gnome they considered obscene.
Gumbo was visiting a beautiful historic Cathedral in old Brussels, in the Sablon neighborhood of the city.
Belgium finally gets a new government, and that may help speed a long-delayed plan for Brussels to have a common transit ticket.
From south to north, a young sports enthusiast swam the 67-mile coastal route from the French border to near the Dutch.
A twelve-trip free railpass to get tourism back on track is a big hit in Belgium
A border running through a pair of towns has now been shifted to where it should have been 150 years ago.
A family of cheesemongers is helping Belgian cheese take on a new popularity with fine restaurants and picky customers.
A plan to encourage more biking by allowing passengers to take their bikes on trains for free has led to crowded cars and blocked doors. Help is on the way...
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!