In Brussels you can visit a beautiful retrospective of the versatile, successful and innovative Renaissance artist Bernard van Orley (c. 1488-1541) until 26 May. He worked for clients such as Charles V and Margaret of Austria.
Flanders' most colourful and most cosmopolitan rocker turned 70.
Brussels, the birthplace of Audrey Hepburn, celebrates the actress with an exhibition and a gold coin.
The former cycling world champion Willy De Bruyn is the first trans person to get a street named after him in Brussels.
With a mere 58 cm, Manneken Pis has grown from a fountain into the symbol of Brussels, known throughout the world.
The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art wants to present “cultural history 2.0”. That's why it has been rethought as a computer game.
Walking through Brussels, sooner or later you will come across Pieter Bruegel the Elder and his enigmatic art. Derek Blyth would join you in a minute.
Since its start in 2000, the Brussels dance theatre company has been building up a strong international reputation.
Between the two world wars, a strange kind of snobbery arose among the Colombian elite: the siren call of distant Brussels.