Europe might have a worldwide reputation for stylish, urbane design, but this is its daggiest attraction. And it's great fun.
A world of choice awaits at Brussels' Delirium Cafe.
The beautiful royal gardens are about to throw open their greenhouses to the public for their yearly three-week stint, writes Kate Farrelly.
Belgian chips are the best in the world. Antony Mason goes insearch of perfection among the fritkots of Brussels.
During a year-long food festival, John Brunton discovers the best of Brussels aboard a night tram.
David Whitley sets off on a Tintin walking tour.
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