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There's so much more to Belgium than chocolate, beer and mussels - as you'll discover in this list of the country's best sights.
From the modern art museum to the Belgian Museums of Fine Arts, great museums are one of the many things to do in Brussels. Pick your museum in Brussels with this helpful list.
Want to meet fellow expats? Here is our guide to groups and clubs in Belgium.
Enter a competition and discover Brussels’ famed Winter Wonders event in comfort and style during the Christmas and New Year holidays. [Contributed by Thon Hotel]
As a valued Expatica relation, we are delighted to offer you four weeks of FREE unlimited digital access to The New York Times website and smartphone apps, with our compliments. [Contributed by The New York Times]
Bornemn offers day-trippers more choice than they can handle in a weekend – castles, forts, children's farms, a brewery, museums, galleries, steam trains, riverfront restaurants, nature reserves and more!
One of the best things about a career that involves international travel is that it offers the opportunity to see the most beautiful places in the world. [Contributed by Clements Worldwide]
Travel blogger Adam breaks Brussels' placid facade to reveal a 'Bourgeois Bohemian' side with his list of hip bars, cafes, restaurants and clubs in Brussels.
Plummet in darkness through a mining shaft on Europe’s newest attraction: Efteling’s dive coaster, Baron 1898. [Contributed by Efteling]
You can easily work abroad, volunteer, or meet new people in a diversity of interests – dogs, entrepreneurs, knitting, mothers, soccer, teachers, theatre, technology, translators and more.
Besides once boasting the title of the prettiest village in Flanders, Oud-Rekem is a place to where you can step back in time.
Brussels' streets are tribute to the fact that Belgium has the impressive distinction of the most comic book authors per square mile in the world.
A 400-year-old derelict Belgian village threatened with demolition become a magnet for the world's best street artists. Is it enough for Doel to survive?
Denzil Walton explores the unique village of Baarle-Hertog, cut by a physical border line that separates the Belgian enclaves from the Dutch enclaves.
With more than 60 years taking Dutch and international visitors on an enchanting adventure, Efteling’s fairytale characters have become a beloved part of Dutch history. [Contributed by Efteling]