On 30 January 1964, Le Soir newspaper announced that the Maison du Peuple ‘is definitely condemned.’ It was the end of a long battle to save Victor Horta’s 1890s masterpiece, possibly the world’s greatest Art Nouveau building.
Train travel could enjoy a vintage year, if governments get their acts together.
Seated on a small horse, John the Fearless led his troops and ordered them to annihilate the ‘insane’ and ‘vicious’ Liège rebels...
While Belgium is synonymous with beer, the country has recently been making waves with some award-winning wines.
The COVID-19 pandemic had a devastating impact on Belgium’s beer and hospitality industry.
The competition is already heating up, with the five laying out their charms as if for a beauty contest.
Philippe spent most of his life lingering in the shadows of his older brother, who would later become King Leopold II.
"I love how Brussels, as a cosmopolitan city, naturally absorbs other cultures and makes eventually them its own."
Rail has been part of the Brussels transportation scene since the mid-1800s but it was only in the 1970s that the city unveiled its metro.
Mons is only Belgium’s 16th biggest station in terms of traveller numbers. It did not need such a gargantuan project so different to th...