Located in the Begijnhof, the Houten Huis sits at no 34. It dates from around 1465, making it the oldest preserved wooden house in the...
Contained within the Begijnhof and dating from 1671, this is a 'clandestine' chapel where the Beguines were forced to worship after the...
One of two churches located in the Begijnhof, the Engelse Kerk was built around 1392. It eventually was rented out to the local...
Join gaggles of glam locals and tourists at this permanently busy café . Grab a paper from the reading table, procure a sunny seat on...
Teensy Van Stapele is a true specialist, baking just one thing and baking it well: chocolate cookies. To be specific, it's a Valrhona...
Inviting cafés and brainy bookstores ring the Spui, a favoured haunt of academics, students and journalists. On Fridays a book market takes over the square; on Sundays it's an art market. And just so you know, it's pronounced 'spow' (rhymes with 'now').