New Limburg holiday guide reveals 'the many faces of Limburg'
The new Limburg Holiday Guide is here! Premiering ten different covers with ten real Limburg faces that welcome the reader。 The Limburg Tourism Office wants this premiere to highlight ‘The many faces of Limburg’。
China, Belgium to further cooperation in cleantech
A roadshow entitled ‘I²PCC-Clean Tech China’ was held in Guangzhou on February 25th, giving Belgian cleantech companies the chance to get acquainted with potential partners in Chinese market.
Part of the ‘Gekaderd’ [Framed] exhibition is making its way to the Belgian embassy in The Hague, the Netherlands
Belgian Ambassador, Chris Hoornaert, was one of the first to visit the ‘Gekaderd’ exhibition at The Church of the Beguinage in Sint-Truiden - Limburg in April 2018.
Video | Limburg, the European smart logistics gateway
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Limburg hotspot named“World's Greatest Places” list
Prestigious American weekly, TIME Magazine, has proclaimed Cycling through Water one of the world's 100 must-see locations.
July 2018: 700,000 overnight stays in Limburg
Some 176,925 holidaymakers made their way to Limburg in July.
The Province of Limburg and Hasselt University measure the effect of nature on stress prevention at work
Several studies show a positive link between the surrounding nature and greenery on the one hand and the well-being of people and society on the other. This applies at both the individual and community level, preventively and curatively.
A network of 'cycling highways’ in Limburg makes bicycles a fully-fledged alternative to cars.
Limburg boasts the cycling paths of the best quality in Flanders。 The cycling network in Limburg covers over 2000 km。
Limburg's traditional popular festival
Carnival is traditionally a ‘pagan’ festival preceding Catholic Lenten penitential season。 Carnival is a festival of folly, satire, and exuberance, which is in stark contrast to the religious fasts。
Fruit farming research in Limburg celebrates its 75th anniversary
The Limburg Hesbaye region is without a doubt the main Flemish fruit cultivation area.