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TOP 3 things to do in Flemish Brabant
Those red & white signboards by the side of the road may be a familiar sight, but who put them there – and why? Say hello to our cutting-edge node-to-node network! It’s an ingenious and simple navigation system for walking enthusiasts!
Get started and create your own walking route! >
Walk of the month: d'Hoogvorst Trail. This walk takes you through the centre of Meise and past Belgium's National Botanic Garden
Get your free walking map online >
Enjoy nosing about Leuven's cosy Christmas market or experience the Great Beguinage by the enchanting light of a thousands burning candles.
Ho, ho, ho... Let's go! >
Blogger ... escaping the city!
Meet Bhushavali! She works as a fashion and textile designer, but whenever she gets the chance, she loves to travel. Since she hates big crowds, her perfect escape from the Brussels city buzz is the Sonian Forest! On her blog, she describes the Ruusbroec Trail as one of the most beautiful, most natural and most picturesque places she's seen.
Join Bhushavali on her walk through the Sonian Forest >
Stay on track.. with our locals?
We love asking locals about their all-time favourite cycling routes. Myriam volunteered to be our guide today. And that’s no coincidence since being a guide is her favourite pastime! She knows how to weave an interesting tale and loves a good time, especially if it happens to go paired with a nice glass of (Hageland!) wine...
Discover Myriam's favourite cycling route! >
Shhh... our hidden secrets
The famous beguinage in Bruges is common knowledge, but did you know that you can find one even closer to Brussels – in Diest? Wander through the narrow cobblestone streets, between and along the rows of quaint white houses and enjoy the beautiful simplicity of the architecture.
Plan your visit to the (UNESCO!) Diest beguinage >
Newsflash: walking brochure in the making!
Since all copies of our latest walking brochure ran out in a matter of seconds, we've decided to start the presses up again for a new batch. And... there’s more! This time around the brochure will be available in English, French and German. That means all you internationals have no excuse… it’s time to go for a walk in Flemish Brabant!
Stay tuned, and.. in the meantime, why not check our online walks? >
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Policy maker: Monique Swinnen, tourism representative in Flemish Brabant