Las Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert; en neerlandés: Koninklijke Sint-Hubertusgalerijen) es una galería comercial acristalada en Bruselas que…
Si te gusta la venta de objetos de segunda mano o de antigüedades extravagantes, no te pierdas este mercadillo, donde más de 500 vendedores…
Area where hundreds of diamond and jewellery sellers are located has its roots in a history of diamond trade in Antwerp.
Visita uno de los chocolateros más famosos de Bélgica y disfruta de sus fabulosos pralinés, bombones y otros dulces, todos hechos con el…
Fresh handmade biscuits offered by this atelier will please both your eyes and your mouth. You can also get cakes and gingerbread here.
Vrijdagmarkt is a city square in the historic center of Ghent, Belgium.
From Monday to Saturday you can buy fresh fish on the same spot as in the 19th century. Come and take a look around.
Take a guided tour around this small brewery with long tradition! Tasting is a must if you like beer.
This is not your typical mall - the stores are scattered along three streets, making for a unique shopping experience.
Galeria Inno is a department store chain that operates 16 stores in Belgium. It was founded in 1897 in Brussels as A l'Innovation.
One of the prime shopping venues in Liège. Choose from more than 120 stores, have dinner in one of the restaurants or go to movies.
K in Kortrijk is a shopping centre in the Belgian city of Kortrijk. The centre, located downtown, was developed by Foruminvest at a cost of…
Action is an, originally Dutch, international discount store-chain, owned by the British private-equity fund 3i.
This cafe is a part of the chocolate shop next door.
Leonidas is a Belgian chocolate company that produces chocolate and other related products.
La torre Paraíso, también conocida como torre de las Finanzas de Lieja es un rascacielos de Lieja, situada en el barrio Guillemins.
Arvesta, formerly known as Aveve is a Belgian company group which is active in agriculture and horticulture.
Zeeman is a Dutch chain store with 1,300 establishments in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Austria and Spain.