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Belgium is formally leaving behind a small piece of its colonial legacy with the renaming of its Leopold II Tunnel on Sunday 22 May.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Iris Festival is making its return to Brussels on 7 and 8 May
Saint-Nicolas has sent a telegram to Belgium to assure children that he will be arriving by boat at the port of Antwerp on 13 November.
The wonderfully creative festival of light installations Bright Brussels has moved from February to the autumn.
It’s impossible to live in Brussels and miss the fact that it is a city that delights in its comic book heroes.
The Paralympic Games in Tokyo have come to a close, with Belgium bringing home 15 medals. The 32 athletes who took part in the Games won four gold, three silver and eight bronze medals.
Brussels’ annual Car Free Sunday is coming up this month. A hugely popular day in the capital, it sees the entire region closed to vehicular traffic, except public transport.
Discover the capital’s contemporary art scene at the 14th edition of the Brussels Gallery Weekend from 9 to 12 September.
The BXL Tour bicycle ride was created five years ago to promote bike riding in Brussels - and with a little push from the pandemic, cycling increased by 64% in the city last year.