by Colin Perry
BRUGES, designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2000 and known as the Venice of the North, has something to offer visitors of all ages all year round.
Bruges is a very interesting historical city with UNESCO status. Dine in the local bars and drink a variety of Belgian beers
On 14th August this year 800,000 bagonias lay on the cobblestone floor of the Grand place, like a rich tapestry, the kaleidoscope of petals amaze and delight, add the date to your diary.
From frocks to rocks, sparkling shopping opportunities make Antwerp the perfect girly getaway
The pleasant little town of Namur makes the perfect base for exploring the Belgian Ardennes, a scenic region of steep river valleys, dense forests and historic sites aplenty
How to keep the kids happy on holiday, while getting a dose of “borrrr-ing” culture for the adults
The Belgian coast doesn't spring instantly to mind when you think of beach destinations - but it's well worth a visit, with endless dunes, unspoiled nature reserves and some quirky sights
by Max Opray
Follow in the wet footsteps of renaissance royalty and enjoy the thermal springs of Spa, Belgium's best kept secret. If health spas aren't your thing, try out your luck at the world's oldest casino
by Theresa Durrant
Bruges has more to offer than just chocolate or beer, and can be just as romantic as the likes of Paris or Rome.
Stag parties are increasingly invading the great cities of Europe, but there's a lack of information out there for the best man. Where to go? Where to stay? What to drink? Read on for the essentials