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Golfing Holidays in Wallonia© WBTGreat for golfers planning short breaks or longer holidays abroad. Wallonia ticks all the boxes: meaning less travel-time for more golf-time, wealth of cultural, historic and gastronomic attractions on top of great hotels and clubhouses.
Cycling Guide To Wallonia© Quartier Latin et ReaktionChoosing a Holiday on Wheels? You’ll love Wallonia, for this very reason. Cycling in Belgium go together like hops and beer or brakes and gears.
Driving Wallonia© WBTBordering France and located at a scant hour and a half from the English Channel, the French-speaking region is closer than you think and has both the geography and and the driving roads to entice any classic car fan.
Motorcycle Tours in Wallonia© WBTFive routes and everything else there is to know about this motorcycling masterwork... Discover great itineraries, scenic roads, historical towns, museums and race tracks.
Wallonia in the WarsBy a strange twist of fate, Wallonia found itself at the frontline of three of the most important conflicts in modern European history. The years 1815, 1914-18 and 1940-45 saw this blameless region invaded, occupied, pillaged and finally liberated.
20 unforgettable hiking trails from 10 - 20 km© wbtCaptivating routes, historic castles, unusual places, heritage and history, breathtaking landscapes, villages. There are many themes & itineraries
Walking in Wallonia© WBT – Dominik KetzDiscover incredible walks in Wallonia, take a breath of fresh air by exploring unspoilt nature, picturesque villages and breathtaking views.
Surprising Discoveries© WBTWelcome to Wallonia, in southern Belgium. A region of fresh air, open spaces and surprises. The Belgian Ardenne is an area of unspoilt nature, with vast forests, rivers and picturesque villages.
Wallonia, Land of Water© Denis ErroyauxFour great rivers and their tributaries have shaped Wallonia’s industrial, cultural and social history, and continue to do so today. The rivers Meuse and Escaut brought trade to the region; the Semois and Ourthe attract nature-loving, thrill- seeking tourists by the thousand.
40 Food-Loving Tours in Wallonia - A Taste of the Good Life!© WBT - David SamynIf you love good food then Wallonia qualifies with flying colours. It is easily distinguished by diversity, quality, but also the distinctiveness of its products, their transformation and their promotion.
Wallonia, Fun for all the Family© WBT - Denis ErroyauxIf you’re looking to offer your kids a taste of a different culture and a change of scenery without having to wander too far from home, Wallonia is the place to go.
Golf in Wallonia© Pierre CoenegrachtsThere are about 40 golf courses in Wallonia which welcome fans of the little white ball. The courses vary in type, with some designed by legends like Simpson.
Cycling in East Belgium© WBT - TAE | D. Ketz | P. PauquayCycling in the ‘Haute Fagnes’, Belgium's Wild Place. There's nothing quite like it anywhere else in Belgium. This high plateau above Spa, some of which is protected as a nature reserve, extends eastwards beyond the German border, and includes the vast forest of Hertogenwald. 850 km of cycle paths, 17 themed itineraries and a former railway line converted into a cycle path crossing 3 countries through fascinating countryside. The choice is yours.
89 Breweries to Visit© WBT - Denis ErroyauxBelgium is a land steeped in brewing tradition with a reputation that goes far beyond its borders. Historically ingrained in the culture for several centuries, brewing tradition has become integral to our way of life in our regions.
46 Vineyards and Distilleries to visit© WBT - David SamynBelgians are great lovers of wines and spirits which they like to associate with the culinary arts and also with cultural and social exchanges.
Did you say Belgian Heroes?© WBTIn this booklet, we are honoring a number of our "heroes" for their act of resistance during one of the two world wars.
Wallonia Map for Campsites and Camping Car Parks© WBT - PériplétiesThis simple and practical map presents a selection of 3 or 4 star campsites, campsites labeled « Hébergement Pêche » (Camping and fishing) and the list of public areas and campgrounds with suitable pitches for motorhomes in the south of Belgium.
23 Charming Towns & Cities© WBT - Denis ErroyauxThis brochure outlines 23 towns & cities and all they have to offer.
Wallonia, Destination Nature© WBTYou’ll find clean rivers, soft green valleys, hills and rock formations amidst natural reserves, heritage sites and countryside. For those looking for a little rest and relaxation away from your usual routine or those looking for an active holiday in communion with nature, look no further. Stimulating your senses and clearing the cobwebs is effortless in this green and pleasant land.
The Battle of the Ardennes, December 1944 – January 1945© WBTIn the final confrontation of the Second World War taking place from the 16 December 1944, the defeat of a numerically superior enemy was sealed.
The province of Namur at the heart of the Great War© Province de NamurAs at Liège, Namur had been fortified between 1888 and 1892 with the construction of a ring of nine forts around the town to defend the Sambre and Meuse Rivers.
Did you say Famous Belgians?© WBTCan you name more than five famous Belgians?.”
Memorial Tourism in the Province of Liège© Pronvince de LiègeTwice in a quarter of a century the Liège region had the tragic misfortune of being on the front line of major clashes that involved Belgium.
May 1940 : The German Invasion© WBTIt wasn’t until May 1940 when Hitler ordered a ‘blitzkrieg’ or concentrated air and land attack on Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands that allied action really begin to gain pace.
Revealed: Wallonia boast some of the finest food in Europe..© WBT - Denis ErroyauxIn this magazine, we introduce you to a few Walloons who helped shape Belgium of today, as well as some of its artists. We also highlight the diversity of its unique gastronomy, wine, cheeses and... beers or course.
Surprising Wallonia© WBTDiscover some of the things that make Wallonia unique: people, places, traditions and activities that capture its often quirky character. The word for unusual or strange is 'Insolite' in French (and Walloon) but in a good way.
Heading for the Hills in Southern Belgium© WBTWelcome to the delightful Ardennes hills of Wallonia, in Southern Belgium. Here follows a few suggestions and itineraries per region - there are lots of evocative memories to take back home. Have a safe trip!
Surprising Discoveries© WBTCreate memorable group visits to southern Belgium. Find a comfy seat and take a moment or two to turn the pages of this guide. If you have not been to Wallonia before with your group, we hope this guide will inspire you to organise itinerar.
The Meuse Valley - Its Wonderful Romantic Vestiges© WBT - Bruno D'AlimontePoetry assured on this route. Driving, walking and cycling in the Meuse Valley, from Montaigle to Dinant, you will stumble upon the most magical castles.
From the Meuse to the Lesse Valley - Fairytale Castles© WBT - Denis ErroyauxThis route invites you to drive, walk or cycle in the Meuse Valley, from Montaigle to Dinant, where castles seem straight out of a story books.
Along the River Ourthe and the castles of the Ardennes© WBT - Denis ErroyauxCome and join us on this adventure. Drive, walk or cycle along the Ourthes for sights of magnificent castles.
Amid the Hesbaye and the Meuse Region - Mosan Renaissance Style castle© WBT - David SamynThis route takes, by car, walking or cycling, along some of the Meuse Valley’s most beautiful castles. A fantastic way to see the Hesbaye region.
The romantiscism of the Condroz Region - Amid Fortifications and Roman© WBT - Bruno D'AlimonteGet inspired by this itinerary, by car, walk and cycle in the Condroz Region: there are so many castles to admire.
Picardy Wallonia - Castles Across the Ages© wapinature.be - Coralie CardonRead on! This adventure, by car, walking and cycling in Picardy Wallonia, reveal exceptional historical sites such as the châteaux de Beloeil, d'Attre and d'Antoing.
The Botte du Hainaut Region - Castles and Fortifications© WBT - Bruno D'AlimonteAfter the ride, leave the car aside. Walk and cycle the Botte du Hainaut region and get wowed by its incredible castles.
The itinerary of a Duchy - On the Trail of a Great Fortress© André HeynenThis guide offers a stunning drive, walk or bike ride from Theux to Raeren, in the former Duchy of Limbourg, a land rich is castles.
The Hesbaye in the Namur Region - Lowland Castles© FTPN - Christian GenardThis guide takes you along walking and cycling paths, in search of the most beautiful castles of the Hesbaye in the Namur region.
The Gaume Region - Charming Ruins© WBT - David SamynThe lushness of the Gaume landscapes calls for stepping of the car, walk or cycle instead. Its superb castles are sure to wow you.
The Eastern Cantons - Abbeys & Castles straight out of the Middle Ages© WBT - Denis ErroyauxThis itinerary will guide you, driving, walking and cycling from one castle to another in the Eastern Cantons.
From the Borinage to Centre Region - Castles in the Heart of Wallonia© WBTThis guide invites you to walk or cycle and explore Wallonia’s stunning castles, from the Borinage to the Centre region.
Guide Tourist Attractions and Museums Belgium© B. CarbonneauxThis edition of the 365.be guide is designed to offer a foretaste of several touristic activities, attractions and museums. You will find all the information needed to tour in Southern Belgium.
Map | Following In The Footsteps of Napoleon in Wallonia© WBT - Didier BrancartFollow this 94 km route marked with informative history panels to follow Napoleon and his army's historical route in the last days before the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.
Discover the Battle of the Bulge with this new map© NARA - Coll. C.DujardinThis map guides you to the emblematic and memorable places of the Battle of the Bulge. Discover traces of wartime past: memorials, cemeteries, tanks and museums. Tours also lead you through the beautiful landscapes of southern Belgium.