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A car free itinerary in the Province of Luxembourg, the largest and the greenest of the south of Belgium!

How does it work?

This itinerary starts and finishes at a train station. Between the two, other train stations where you will jump off then walk or cycle. Plan this nature escape as you wish: sport or relaxed pace, visits, spending the night somewhere on the way...

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The itinerary

Start the journey in Arlon, the capital of the province: a town rich of 2,000 ears history and one of the 3 oldest in Belgium. It was built in a strategic location: at the crossing of 2 major Roman roads, the Route de Reims in Trèves and the Route de Metz in Tongres. Learn more about this at the Archeological Museum, a visit of the two Roman towers (Neptune and Jupiter) or at the yearly Gallo-Roman weekend.

After taking the train to Marbehan, you will explore the Gaume region, famous for its saucisson, its pâté, its hilly landscapes and local golden stone. The Belgian Lorraine is marked at the north side by the Ardenne, on the Eastern front by the Pays d'Arlon, on the South by the French Lorraine and on the West b the Champagne-Ardenne. This side of Belgium can look quite meridional.

Next stop, Neufchâteau and its region, at the edge of the Forêt d’Anlier, 7.000 hectares of sumptuous woodlands and the largest beech grove in Belgium. A paradise for hikers... The lake there is a wonderful place to relax, set in preserved nature. Then head towards Libramont, known for its agricultural fair the last weekend of July - bringing together over 160 000 visitors. Libramont gathers 28 picturesque villages and hamlets, a modern centre, breath-taking landscapes, forests. The Sûre, the Vierre, the Lesse, the Lomme and the Western Ourthe trace their roots here - no less.



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