Finding your way in Belgium can be tricky: A national survey indicates that half the nation's street signs are missing or illegible.
New exhibits in Brussels Central rail station and nearby museums highlight the 450th anniversary of the death of Flemish painter Pieter Brueghel the Elder.
Belgian railroads say they are having problems keeping up their schedules because of delays caused by international trains.
Moves are underway to cut the air link in favor of trains both to save the planet and to free up long-distance slots at Schiphol Airport.
DrFumblefinger explores Brussel's Grand-Place, the old market square which is lined by an assortment of interesting and beautiful buildings. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Scaffolding will hide the landmark towers of the cathedral as they get a thorough exterior cleaning and restoration.
Traffic jams in Belgium have been growing, and in Brussels online shopping and more delivery vans have become part of the problem.
Sixteen years after they were replaced by the Euro, billions of Belgian francs are waiting to be exchanged.
Belgium has caught up to Germany in exports, but read on for a surprising list of who are the top drinkers!
Brussels has signed off on plans for a new museum, dedicated to cartoons in general, and to the popular character Le Chat, created by Philippe Geluck, who will have a role in the museum's development. The Le Chat Cartoon Museum, to open in 2023, will join a cluster of museums near the Brussels Regional Center. It's part of the Mont des Arts redevelopment project, intended to give the city a new cultural focus area. The city's Urban Development Corporation will pay about €9.4 million toward...
After surviving 800 years in the Belgian capital, a piece of the city's medieval wall takes a plunge and will be rebuilt.
As the centenary of the Armistice that ended World War I draws near, Belgium finds an unusual rise in visitors to battlefields and monuments of the war.
Brussels drivers will get Red Cross training so that they can help save lives at accident scenes.
Ryanair wants all complaints against it filed in Irish courts, a strategy to make it harder for most Europeans to file. Belgian consumer advocates fight back.
As neighbors abandon small change and most of it disappears into penny jars and sock drawers, Belgium is trying to get pennies back into circulation.