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 post-war transformation of Brussels was a traumatising experience for a large proportion of its population.
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.
Globe Aroma provides support to refugees, migrants and illegal immigrants in their art whilst giving them the opportunity to discover a wide range of cultural offerings in Brussels.
The Belgian capital marked a turning point in the German philosopher's life. It was there Marx worked with his close friend Friedrich Engels on his Communist Manifesto.
The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art wants to present “cultural history 2.0”. That's why it has been rethought as a computer game.
When Sulaiman Addonia moved to Brussels, he felt thrown back into the time of Oliver Twist. But the author gradually changed, and with him his multi-layered view of the city.
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.
The city held the title in 2000 but did not make an overwhelming impression on the outside world.