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Waterloo
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Waterloo is a town in the Belgian province of Walloon Brabant, twenty kilometres away from the capital, Brussels. Waterloo is world famous because of the Battle of Waterloo, in which the emperor Napoleon was defeated on 18 June 1815.


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Beauraing
[Beauraing]
Beauraing is a small town in the province of Namur, not far from the French border. This little city is a beautiful piece of Belgian Ardennes and a holiday cottage in Beauraing is the perfect place to take off on a hike, a mountain bike trip... There are obviously also kayaks for rent in the area. Dinant, Rochefort and Bouillon are just three of the beautiful Ardennes hotspots close to Beauraing.
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Bertrix
[Bertrix]
Bertrix is a little place in the province of Luxembourg, just a few kilometres from Bouillon in the Belgian Ardennes. It is surrounded by the beautiful forests of the south of Belgium, close to the French border. This makes it the perfect spot for adventurous sports, extensive hikes and just enjoying the scenery. Furthermore, Bertrix is just 45 minutes away from Rochefort, another delightful Ardennes city.
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Chaudfontaine
[Chaudfontaine]

Chaudfontaine is a place in the Belgian province of Liège and is best known for its water. There are many sources in the area and the water is used for the thermae with their swimming pools, saunas, Jacuzzis,... Starting in your holiday home in Chaudfontaine it takes you less than an hour to get to these two great cities in the Belgian Ardennes: Durbuy and Malmedy.


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Chimay
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Chimay, a small city in the Belgian Ardennes, is mostly known for its famous Trappist beer and various types of cheese. But Chimay is more than that: the natural environment – very close to the French border – is breath-taking and the abbeys and castles are absolutely worth a visit. Another great Ardennes city is Dinant, just an hour's drive away. Chimay is definitely the perfect destination for your weekend away in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Chiny
[Chiny]
Chiny is a small town in the province of Luxembourg, at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes next to the river Semois. It is one of the last Belgian places before crossing the French border. There is a castle and facilities have been installed around the Pont de Fer for a lovely summer barbecue. Two cities absolutely worth a visit in the Belgian Ardennes, Bouillon and Bastogne, are located at just about a 40 minutes' drive from Chiny.
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Bullange
[Bullange]
Bullange is situated in the province of Liège at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes and in the middle of the nature park of the High Fens and the Eifel. Büllingen is a top location as a departure point for many (signposted) hikes. Furthermore, this region is one of the first to be covered by snow every winter. Driving half an hour you can get to Malmedy and Sankt Vith, two of the most beautiful spots in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Gedinne
[Gedinne]
Gedinne is located in the province of Namur, deep in the Belgian Ardennes. On its territory more than 400 kilometres of roads have been signposted. The heights of Croix Scaille – one of the highest points in the country – are perfect for hikers. Gedinne is surrounded by nature and at the same time only a half an hour's drive away from Bouillon and Han-sur-Lesse, two places absolutely worth a visit of you are in the area.
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Liège
[Liège]

Liège is the Ardent City and the perfect starting point to explore the Belgian Ardennes. About 45 minutes from Malmedy in the High Fens and one hour's drive from Durbuy – both must-sees in the Belgian Ardennes. Experience the unique atmosphere present in the city all year and choose your favourite holiday cottage in Liège.


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Nivezé
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Nivezé is a small village belonging to the city of Spa, the place to be for water or wellness enthusiasts. Also, the Warfaaz Lake is to be found on the Nivezé territory, where during hot summer days a lot of different water sports are practiced. Malmedy, one of the most delightful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, is just a 25 minutes' drive away.
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Recht
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About 10 minutes from St. Vith you will find the village of Recht. This is a beautiful part of the Belgian Ardennes, just a few kilometres from the German border. The soil is very rich in different stone types and the buildings in Recht are quite particular. Malmedy, one of the most delightful cities in the Ardennes, is just a 20 minutes' drive away.
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Froidthier
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Froidthier is a village belonging to the countryside municipality of Thimister-Clermont. It is located in the Land of Herve, known to everyone thanks to its delicious cheeses. Close to Froidthier, in the very east of the province of Liège, you will find the nature park of the High Fens, one of the most beautiful spots in the country.
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Clavier
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Clavier (province of Liège) is a small hamlet located near Huy, the city of fountains. If you would like to discover Durbuy, the smallest city in the world: it is only about twenty km from Clavier


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Chevetogne
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Chevetogne is a small place in the province of Namur. This little village belongs to the municipality of Ciney. It is located at less than a half an hour's drive from Dinant and Rochefort, two of the most delightful towns in the Belgian Ardennes. Chevetogne is the perfect departure point to start exploring the whole region.
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Froidchapelle
[Province de Hainaut]
Froidchapelle is one of the ‘last' places in the Belgian Ardennes. It is located in the province of Hainaut, a few kilometres from the French border. At the Lakes of l'Eau d'Heure you can practice water sports: surfing, pedalos, fishing,... If you feel like visiting another great city in the Belgian Ardennens, Dinant, with its amazing citadel, is less than an hour away.
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Ligny
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Ligny est un petit village appartenant à la commune de Sombreffe dans la province de Namur. Ce village est connu grâce à la Bataille de Ligny qui se tint deux jours à peine avant celle de Waterloo. Durant cette bataille, 90.000 Prussiens s'opposèrent à 65.000 Français. Autant dire qu'il s'agit d'un haut-lieu pour les amateurs d'histoire.
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Arlon
[Arlon]
Arlon is one of the most southern cities in the country and also the capital of the province of Luxembourg. This town has a rich history: there are a few interesting museums in the area. Starting at your holiday cottage in the Arlon area, you need only 40 minutes to get to Bastogne by car, and around an hour to start exploring Bouillon. These two cities are essential stops during your vacation in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Aubel
[Aubel]

Aubel is a village in the province of Liège and is part of the Land of Herve, close to the Dutch and German border. The rural area is home to many holiday cottages, amongst them several luxury houses. A holiday home in the Aubel area is the perfect departure point to explore the High Fens. From Aubel you can reach Malmedy, one of the most beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, in no-time and Durbuy, also a must in the region, in about an hour's drive.


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Aywaille
[Aywaille]
Aywaille is a place in the province of Liège and is most famous for the wildlife park Le Monde Sauvage, but also the caves and museums. Aywaille is located in the north of the Belgian Ardennes, about an hour from Malmedy, one of the most beautiful spots in the region. Furthermore, Durbuy and La Roche-en-Ardenne, two other essentials in the Belgian Ardennes, are only half an hour's drive away. A holiday home in Aywaille is the perfect departure point to fully explore the Belgian Ardennes.
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Mohiville

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Mohiville is a village situated in the town of Hamois, in the province of Namur. Located in the heart of the Ardennes, Mohiville is the ideal place for hiking, cycling or riding your motorcycle. And on top of that, if you book a holidayhome in Mohiville, you will only be 30 minutes away from Namur, the capital of Wallonia and 30 minutes from Durbuy, the smallest city of the world.


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Brussels
[Brussels]

The cultural, architectural, artistic and historical diversity of Brussels fascinates its visitors. The vibrant capital of Belgium – we can even say of Europe - is situated nearby the Belgian Ardennes, one of the most beautiful places in Western Europe. When in Brussels, come pay a visit to Durbuy and Malmedy, two must-see cities for your Belgian vacation. 


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Dinant
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Dinant is one of the best known places in the Belgian Ardennes and has many assets: the citadel, its cookies, a cruise on the river Meuse… Enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the many shop and little cafes, or dedicate your day to sports with kayak, or paintball. Less than an hour's drive brings you to Durbuy, the world's smallest city, or Bastogne, very well known for its war history.
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Couvin
[Province of Namur]
Couvin, a little town of rocks and colourful flowers in the summer, has a rich history, making everyone's fantasy run wild. Lots of activities are held in the area, so you will never be bored: caves, breweries, abbeys, karting, farmer's golf,… Plenty of possibilities! From your holiday cottage in Couvin you can get to Dinant in less than an hour.
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Amblève
[Amblève]
Amel is a small place in the Belgian East Cantons, an ideal region for hikes and biking trips. This part of the Belgian Ardennes – more specifically the Belgian Eifel – is surrounded by the most impressive pine tree forests. Driving less than an hour you can reach Malmedy, one of the nicest cities in the Belgian Ardennes. To get to Bastogne from your holiday home in Amel you will need just over an hour.
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Bièvre
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Bièvre is a small community located between Bouillon and Beauraing in the province of Namur. It is situated on the border of the Luxembourg province. Bièvre is well-known for its forestry industry: cultivating and selling Christmas trees.


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Anhée
[Anhée]
Anhée is a quite large Walloon village south of the city of Namur. Farmland alternated with forest characterizes the landscape. And then there is the river Meuse flowing just next to the village. Anhée is located close to Dinant, where you can visit the citadel or go kayaking on the Meuse. Going into the other direction you get to Namur in no-time, where you spend an afternoon shopping and experience the night life afterwards. A holiday cottage in Anhée indeed ensures a great mix of peace and quiet and the big city.
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Butgenbach
[Butgenbach]

Butgenbach, in the Belgian East Cantons, is mostly known for the large lake on which water sports are practiced. Just next to the lake lay the ruins of the old Butgenbach castle. Malmedy, one of the most beautiful places in the region of the Belgian Ardennes is just a few minutes away.


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Torgny
[Province of Luxembourg]

Torgny is one of the most beautiful spots in Wallonia and therefore deserves a bit of extra attention. It is more or less the last village before crossing the French border and it's the perfect place to enjoy a drink or a snack on the sun terrace. Furthermore, the two delightful cities Bertrix and Bouillon are just about an hour's drive away.


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Braives
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Braives is a small town in the province of Liège. It is a great departure point to start exploring the area: by foot, by mountain bike or even by horse. If you enjoy great food and drinks then Braives has a lot to offer you. Furthermore, for Braives is located close to the E40 highway, the cities of Brussels and Liège are very easily accessible. It's about an hour's drive to get to Durbuy in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes.
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Hamoir
[Province of Liège]
Hamoir is located in the Belgian province of Liège at the edge of the Famenne and the Condroz and consists of four villages: Comblain-la-Tour with its famous jazz festival, Fairon, Fillot and Hamoir itself. These villages all have a rich history. Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and another breath-taking place in the Belgian Ardennes, is just fifteen minutes away. You can get to Malmedy by car in less than an hour.
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Bellevaux
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The small village of Bellevaux belongs to the municipality of Malmedy. Start exploring this delightful village at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes, close to the High Fens nature park. The wavy scenery and the charming buildings make Bellevaux a great place to hike. Furthermore, one of the famous Ardennes breweries is located in Bellevaux.
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Erezée
[Province of Luxembourg]
Erezée is located in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxembourg. It is the perfect departure point for a great hike in the region. The classic Tourist Tramway (TTA) passes through Erezée and guarantees a delightful afternoon. Two other great spots in the Belgian Ardennes, Durbuy and La Roche-en-Ardenne are located less than a half an hour's drive from Erezée.
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Herve
[Province of Liège]
Say Herve and you think immediately of the delicious Herve cheese. But Herve is more than just that. The city is known for the annual parade on Easter Monday. The Land of Herve is an astonishing, wavy region. Furthermore, Malmedy is just a half an hour's car ride away. You can reach the big city of Liège within 20 minutes. Everything is present for a perfect holiday in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Eupen
[Province of Liège]
The city of Eupen is de last place before crossing the border with Germany. This German-speaking community harbours a part of the High Fens, one of the most beautiful natural parks in the country. The city centre has everything one needs: little shops, restaurants and lovely terraces. Malmedy, one of the great Ardennes cities, is just half an hour away, as is the big city of Liège.
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Herbeumont
[Province of Luxembourg]

Herbeumont is a great holiday destination for everyone who loves hiking. This small place in the province of Luxembourg is located a few kilometres from the French border. The ruins of the Herbeumont castle are classified as Walloon heritage. And it deserves this certificate. Furthermore, Bouillon is online a half an hour's drive away, another city with a rich history.


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Florenville
[Province of Luxembourg]

Florenville is a city in the south of the province of Luxembourg. The large territory stretches out alongside the French border and the river Semois flows through. It is a beautiful piece of Belgian Ardennes and the city centre – where the shops are open on Sundays – is really charming. Florenville is just a half an hour's drive from Bouillon and Virton, two charming Walloon towns.


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Bastogne
[Bastogne]

Bastogne is one of the most important places for historic tourism in Belgium. The city was the scene for a key moment during World War II. Several museums tell the story and background of the Battle of the Bulge. Outside the city centre you can fully enjoy the breath-taking beauty the Belgian Ardennes, one of the most beautiful regions in Western Europe, has to offer.


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Beaumont
[Beaumont]
Beaumont is a Belgian city in the province of Hainaut. It is located just next to the French border, south of Charleroi. The city is mostly known for the 11th century Salamander Tower (Tour Salamandre) and the Saint-Julien chapel. But it will just as well please food lovers. The macarons (cookies) from the area are just delicious! Beaumont is located at less than an hour's drive from Dinant, one of the most beautiful cities of the Belgian Ardennes.
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Ferrières
[Province of Liège]
Ferrières is a cosy little village in the Belgian province of Liège in the breath-taking Ardennes. The region is perfect for a great hike or a mountain bike trip. Furthermore, Ferrières is perfectly located between Durbuy and Aywaille, two amazing spots in the Belgian Ardennes. A holiday home in Ferrières is the best departure point to start exploring the area.
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Libramont
[Province of Luxembourg]
Libramont is mostly known for its agricultural market that attracts thousands and thousands of visitors every year. But Libramont is also a cosy little village in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxembourg. A holiday cottage in Libramont is the perfect point to start exploring the region. Bastogne, Bouillon and Rochefort, three charming Ardennes cities are located at just around half an hour's drive from Libramont.
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Lierneux
[Province of Liège]
Lierneux is a small place in the south of the Belgian province of Liège. It is well known for its many fishing opportunities, but even more for the great ski tracks. It is one of the best places for winter sports in Belgium. From your holiday cottage in Lierneux, you are just around 45 minutes away from Malmedy and Durbuy, two of the most beautiful spots in the region of the Belgian Ardennes.
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Maredsous
[Province of Namur]
Say Maredsous and one will immediately think of the abbey! Cheese and beer make sure thousands of extra visitors come have a look in this small village. It is the perfect place for epicureans. About 20 kilometres away is the beautiful city of Dinant and the Walloon capital, Namur, is only a half an hour's drive.
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Martelange
[Province of Luxembourg]
The municipality of Martelange is located in the province of Luxembourg, deep in the Belgian Ardennes, and stretches out alongside the border of the Grand Duchy. Rising in Vaux-sur-Sûre, the river Sauer (or Sûre) flows through before reaching Luxembourg. Martelange is only 25 minutes away from Bastogne, well-known because of the Battle of the Bulge near the end of World War II, and the city of Arlon in the far south of the country.
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Modave
[Province of Liège]

Modave is a must for everyone interested in history and beautiful buildings. The Modave castle is simply breath-taking and definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. Modave is located next to Huy, at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes, and its geographical position ensure cities like Durbuy and Liège are very easy accessible.


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Namur
[Province of Namur]
Namur, the Walloon capital, is an exciting city, cut in half by the river Meuse. In a town with that many pedestrian streets, little shops and a casino it's simply impossible to get bored. The city is located around 45 minutes from Rochefort and an hour's drive from Durbuy, both in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. Your favourite holiday home in Namur is the perfect departure point to start exploring the Belgian Ardennes.
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Neufchâteau
[Province of Luxembourg]
Neufchâteau is the capital of the province of Luxembourg and has a lot to offer its visitors. The charming city centre is definitely worth a visit. There is the palace of justice which is really exceptional. Many signposted hikes take off in the city centre. Bastogne and Bouillon, two great little cities in the Belgian Ardennes, are located just a few kilometres from Neafchâteau.
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Onhaye
[Province of Namur]
Onhaye is a municipality in the province of Namur. It is located in the western part of the astonishing Belgian Ardennes, just about ten minutes from Dinant, the city of Adolphe Sax and the famous citadel and one of the most charming cities in the region. The castle farm of Falaën, where numerous exhibitions take place, is one of the most important attractions. Namur, the Walloon capital, is only a 35 minutes' drive from Onhaye.
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Paliseul
[Province of Luxembourg]

Paliseul is located in the green heart of the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxemburg. The area between the rivers Semois and the Lesse attract many hikers and bikers. The signposted routes are numerous. Furthermore, Paliseul is just a half an hour's drive away from Bouillon and Saint-Hubert, two delightful cities in the region of the Ardennes.


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Philippeville
[Philippeville]
Philippeville is a city in the province of Namur and is located at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes. The city is mostly known for the enormous network of subterranean passages (over 10 kilometres long), still open today for visitors. Philippeville is only a half an hour's drive away from Dinant, one of the many delightful cities in the Ardennes and the birthplace of Adolphe Sax, and Chimay, world famous for its fantastic beers.
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Robertville
[Province of Liège]
Robertville is located just next to Waimes in the Belgian province of Liège. It is best known for its lake and makes for an important tourist location. A few kilometres away is the Botrange, the highest point in the country and Malmedy, one of the most beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, is just a few minutes' drive from Robertville.
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Rochehaut
[Province of Luxembourg]

From Rochehaut you get an extraordinary view on the small village of Frahan. It is one of the most amazing panoramic viewpoints in the country. The little houses with slate roofs and the 18th century church give the village a special atmosphere. When you are in the area, you should take advantage of the situation to visit Bouillon, just about 20 minutes away.


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Saint-Hubert
[Province of Luxembourg]

Saint-Hubert has everything for an excellent time: the basilica and the wildlife park are just two items on the list. In Saint-Hubert you are guaranteed an excellent vacation with a group of friends or with the extended family in the Belgian Ardennes. Saint-Hubert is located between Bastogne and Rochefort, two little towns absolutely worth a visit.


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Saint-Vith
[Province of Liège]
The town of St. Vith is located in the East Cantons, close to the German border, in the German-speaking part of the country. The region is called the Belgian Eifel. A holiday cottage in the St Vith area is the perfect departure point for numerous hiking and biking expeditions. Furthermore, Malmedy, one of the most beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, is just a 20 minutes' drive away.
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Sainte-Ode
[Province of Luxembourg]

Saint-Ode is located between Saint-Hubert and Bastogne in the beautiful green setting in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. It is home to the Nature Park Deux Ourthes, the departure point of many hikes. Over 400 kilometres of hiking trails in the area are signposted. Bastogne is just a few minutes away, Durbuy is less than an hour's drive away.


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Septon
[Province of Luxembourg]
Septon is a village belonging to the municipality of Durbuy. It is located in the province of Luxembourg in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. A holiday cottage in Septon is the perfect departure point to start exploring the region. Durbuy has just a few hundred inhabitants and it is sometimes called the ‘smallest city in the world'. This part of the Belgian Ardennes, in the valley of the river Ourthe, is one of the most beautiful spots in the country.
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Soumagne
[Soumagne]

Soumagne is a municipality in the province of Liège, next to the Land of Herve. It is traversed by the E40 highway, which makes the city of Liège accessible in less than fifteen minutes. Malmedy, a charming city in de Belgian Ardennes is just a half an hour's drive away. Soumagne is a great location to start exploring the region of the Ardennes.


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Sprimont
[Province of Liège]
Sprimont is mostly known for the limestone, mined in the many stone pits in the area. This, evidently, makes Sprimont the perfect place for the Musée de la Pierre (Stone Museum). It is very well located as a holiday destination in the Belgian Ardennes. The ‘smallest city in the world', Durbuy, and the big city of Liège are both located at about a half an hour's drive from Sprimont.
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Stavelot
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Beautiful buildings, adorable little streets and an abbey. That's Stavelot, a small town close to Malmedy in the Belgian Ardennes. The abbey is protected as cultural heritage and the city centre has many great shops and restaurants.
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Stoumont
[Province of Liège]
Stoumont is a very special place in the province of Liège. Difference in altitude within the municipality is around 400 metres and it has many water sources. This is the perfect place to really get to know the Belgian Ardennes: Durbuy is only 45 minutes away, and a half an hour drive brings you to Malmedy.
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Theux
[Theux]
Theux is a municipality in the Belgian province of Liège and is best known for its impressive municipal building and the many 17th and 18th century houses. The amazing Franchimont castle also is to be found in Theux. Malmedy, one of the most beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, is located at around 30 kilometres from Theux. And Durbuy, another must in the region, is just a 45-minute drive away.
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Thimister-Clermont
[Province of Liège]
Thimister-Clermont is located in the northern part of the province of Liège. The region is called the Land of Herve and is known for its beautiful wavy landscape and its delicious Herve cheese. The nature park High Fens is located east of Thimister, and southwards you will find the astonishing Belgian Ardennes. The lovely city of Spa and the big city of Liège are less than half an hour's drive away.
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Trois-Ponts
[Province of Liège]
Trois-Ponts thanks its name to the three bridges crossing its territory over the rivers Amblève and Salm. The area has a lot to offer families with young kids: playgrounds or a ride on the back of a donkey through the breath-taking nature. Furthermore, Trois-Ponts is just a few minutes away from Malmedy and 45 minutes from Durbuy, the world's smallest city.
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Viroinval
[Province of Namur]
Viroinval is a place in the Belgian province of Namur, just next to the French border. The name comes from the valley of the Viroin, the river running through the town. Viroinval is known for its unique houses built using the natural stone from the area. The natural scenery of the Belgian Ardennes is extraordinary. Furthermore, the cities of Chimay and Dinant are just an hour's drive away. Fun fact: Viroinval used to be the geographical centre of Europe back when the union consisted of 15 member states.
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Virton
[Province of Luxembourg]
Deep in the Belgian Ardennes there is the most southern city of the country: Virton. Apart from the beath)taking natural scenery in the area, Virton also has an exciting city centre with little shops and lovely restaurants. Virton is just a half an hour's drive away from the city of Arlon and about an hour from Bouillon.
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Vresse-Sur-Semois
[Province of Namur]

Vresse-sur-Semois is one of the last places before crossing the border with France. The natural environment in this far corner of the Belgian Ardennes is breath-taking. The possibilities in adventurous sports in the valley of the Semois are numerous. Furthermore, Vresse-sur-Semois is only a half an hour's drive away from Bouillon and the French city of Charleville-Mézières.


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Waimes
[Province of Liège]
Waimes, in the Belgian East Cantons, is home to the Signal de Botrange, with its 694 metres the highest point in Belgium. It is the perfect departure point – or arrival point – for some great hikes through the High Fens and the Belgian Ardennes in general. Looking for a lovely city in the area? Then we can wholeheartedly recommend Malmedy, just a few minutes from Waimes.
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Welkenraedt
[Province of Liège]
Welkenraedt is located in the Belgian province of Liège and mostly known for the annual Carnival. The High Fens, one of the most beautiful nature parks in the country, are just a few minutes away. You can reach the charming cities of Stavelot and Malmedy – where Carnival is an important tradition, too – in around 40 minutes.
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Banneux
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Banneux is a special little place and a part of the municipality of Sprimont, in the province of Liège. Small, but one of the most visited places in the south of the country. Banneux is very well known for the pilgrimage: thousands of religious come to visit this place each year, because the Virgin Mary appeared there in the 1930s. The area is also famous for its wildlife parks, caves, castles and museums. Furthermore, Banneux is located less than a 40 minutes' drive from Malmedy, perhaps one of the most beautiful places in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Yvoir
[Province of Namur]
Yvoir is a small countryside village in the province of Namur at the edge of the region of the Belgian Ardennes. There are many castles; evidence of a rich history. Furthermore, Yvoir is perfectly located to explore the wide area. Half an hour away is Namur, the capital of the Walloon region. Ciney, well known for its famous beers, is just as well very nearby. A great combination of nature and ardent city life.
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Fraiture
[Province of Luxembourg]
The little village of Fraiture is part of the municipality of Vielsalm in the Belgian province of Luxembourg. The region is known for the many trails for cross-country skiing. In winter time it's the place to be for snow enthusiasts. In summer time the forests in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes are perfect for a great hike. Furthermore, Fraiture is only 45 minutes away from Malmedy and Durbuy, two cities you absolutely cannot miss out on during your stay in the region.
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Provedroux
[Province of Luxembourg]

Provedroux is a village that belongs to the municipality of Vielsalm in the province of Luxembourg. The area is perfect for a great hike or a biking trip, in winter as well as during the summer. This beautiful part of the Belgian Ardennes is one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Furthermore, Provedroux is just a half an hour's drive away from La Roche-en-Ardenne and St. Vith, two charming Ardennes towns worth a visit.


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Grand-Halleux
[Province of Luxembourg]
The place Grand-Halleux, in the province of Luxembourg, belongs to the municipality of Vielsalm. There are many holiday homes available in the Grand-Halleux area and it is the perfect spot to start getting to know the astonishing Belgian Ardennes. Furthermore, Grand-Halleux is just a half an hour's drive away from Malmedy, one of the most delightful cities in the region, and Baraque Fraiture, the place to be when the first snow arrives.
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Ennal
[Province of Luxembourg]

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Barvaux
[Province of Luxembourg]
The village of Barvaux is located centrally in the Belgian Ardennes and is part of the municipality of Durbuy, province of Luxembourg. Given its 400 inhabitants, Durbuy is often regarded as the ‘smallest city in the world'. It is one of the most beautiful spots in the country, too, with a city centre that breathes Ardennes folklore. Furthermore, Barvaux-sur-Ourthe is just a half an hour's drive away from Aywaille and Marche-en-Famenne, two other places worth a visit.
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Durbuy
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Durbuy is rightly called the smallest city in the world: you can cross this town in the Belgian Ardennes completely in about five minutes. It is one of the most beautiful spots in the south of the country. It breaths Middle Ages and the natural setting is simply fantastic, perfect for a great hike. Furthermore, those other great Ardennes cities, Malmedy and La Roche are only an hour and 35 minutes away.


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Ciney
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Ciney is absolutely one of the friendliest cities in the Belgian Ardennes, with its lovely little cafes and restaurants, pedestrian streets where you can have a drink enjoying a sunny summer afternoon. And then we haven't talked about the world famous beer yet. Feel like trying it? Off to Ciney, it is. Furthermore, from your holiday cottage in Ciney, Durbuy and Rochefort, two beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, are just a few minutes away.


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Gouvy
[Province of Luxembourg]
Gouvy is a great destination for nature lovers. The many parks make sure this little place in the province of Luxembourg one of the most beautiful spots in the Belgian Ardennes. Taking off in your holiday home in Gouvy, the Baraque Fraiture – for the greatest hikes – is just a few minutes away. The delightful city of Bastogne is half an hour's drive away.
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Hotton
[Province of Luxembourg]

Hotton, a little place in the Belgian province of Luxembourg, is divided by the river Ourthe. Its caves and parks are great places to start exploring the amazing nature of the region and the little city of Marche-en-Famenne is just a few minutes away. Nature and lively city centre combined! From your holiday home in Hotton, you are just 20 minutes away from Durbuy and La Roche-en-Ardenne, two of the most beautiful spots in the Belgian Ardennes.


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Houffalize
[Province of Luxembourg]

Houffalize is home to more than 370 kilometres of hiking tracks and 165 kilometres of MTB trails. So it honours its status of Belgian mountain bike capital. The region guarantees many hours of fun in plain Ardennes nature. Adventure enthusiast can enjoy archery, kayaking, adventure trails,... A 50 minute drive brings you to Durbuy or Malmedy, two essential cities during each stay in the Belgian Ardennes.


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Huy
[Province of Liège]

Huy is the city of fountains and statues en will surprise you on every street corner. It is one of the oldest Belgian cities and succeeded in maintaining authenticity. If you are in the area, you should definitely check out the fort of Huy and the Grand'Place, to conclude the day with a drink on a sunny terrace. Furthermore, the beautiful little city of Durbuy is just 40 minutes away.


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La Roche-en-Ardenne
[Province of Luxembourg]

There are not enough superlatives to describe La Roche-en-Ardenne. Many think it is one of the most beautiful spots in the Belgian Ardennes. The La Roche castle, the many panoramic views, restaurants and lovely little streets ensure the very best of the region. The beautiful city of Durbuy is just 35 minutes away, and Malmedy is about an hour's drive.


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Malmedy
[Province of Liège]

Malmedy is a mandatory stop when staying in the Belgian Ardennes. This city on the edge of the High Fens has a rich history and is home to many events the whole year round. Malmedy never sleeps!


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Marche-en-Famenne
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Marche-en-Famenne in the province of Luxembourg is the perfect departure point for your holiday in the Belgian Ardennes. This little city has a rich history and the city centre is largely car-free: ideal to explore on foot. Marche-en-Famenne is located between Durbuy and Rochefort: two lovely cities in the Belgian Ardennes. Furthermore, La Roche-en-Ardenne is only half an hour away.
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Rochefort
[Province of Namur]
Rochefort: vibrant city! It has a tourist train, miniature golf terrains, even an open air swimming pool. There is something to do for everybody. Besides, just a few minutes away you will find the amazing Han caves and many castles. Durbuy, the world's smallest city, is just a 35 minute drive away.
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Spa
[Province of Liège]

Spa, it's all about water in this lovely little town. With its thermae, Spa attracts many on the search of the perfect wellness treatment. Others visit the city for the casino or the Francofolies, welcoming thousands of visitors every year. And then we haven't even talked about the most beautiful race track in the world, the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps. Malmedy is only 20 minutes away and you can get to Durbuy in less than an hour. Both cities are mandatory stops in the region of the Belgian Ardennes.


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Vielsalm
[Province of Luxembourg]

Vielsalm is located right between Malmedy and Houffalize, really in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. It is the ideal holiday destination for nature enthusiasts, perfect for mountain biking or a hike in the woods. There is plenty to visit for everyone. The kids will be amazed by the fantastic stories and legends typical for this region.


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Bohan
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Bohan is located in the Namur part of the Belgian Ardennes and stretches out alongside the river Semois. The region still harbours some beautiful, pure nature. The village, belonging to the municipality of Vresse-sur-Semois, is just a few kilometres from the border with France. The forests in the area guarantee amazing hikes and biking routes, all year long, no matter the season. Furthermore, Bohan is 40 minutes away from Bouillon, a delightful Ardennes city, and from the French city of Charleville-Mézières.


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Comblain-au-Pont
[Province of Liège]

Comblain-au-Pont is a municipality in the province of Liège. Its territory stretches out alongside the rivers Amblève and Ourthe. This northern part of the Belgian Ardennes, with Aywaille, Sprimont and of course Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world', as its main hot spots, is known for its beautiful natural environment. A holiday cottage in Comblain-au-Pont is the perfect departure point to start getting to know the region of the Ardennes.


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Coo
[Province of Liège]
Coo is just a few minutes away from Stavelot. This little place is mostly known for the famous Coo waterfalls and the Plopsa Coo amusement park. Furthermore, Coo is exceptionally located in the Belgian Ardennes. Malmedy and Durbuy, two essential stops during your stay in the region, are just 16 and 46 kilometres away respectively.
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Gesves
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Gesves is a municipality in the province of Namur at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes. Its position is absolutely perfect: the beautiful natural scenery of the Ardennes is just around the corner, with the city of Ciney at just around 20 minutes. From your holiday home in Gesves it's only a half an hour's drive to get to Namur, the Walloon capital. Gesves delivers the perfect mix between nature and the big city.
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Han-sur-Lesse
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Han-sur-Lesse is located in a beautiful part of the Belgian Ardennes in the Namur province. It is best known for its caves and the wildlife park. It is the perfect place to spend a lovely family afternoon. Furthermore, Han-sur-Lesse is only 45 minutes away from Durbuy, a mandatory stop for every holiday-maker in the Ardennes, and half an hour away from the Saint-Hubert wildlife park.
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Ovifat
[Province of Liège]
Ovifat is a small Ardennes village in the Belgian East Canton and is part of the municipality of Robertville. We can find there the second most important waterfall in the country and many ski tracks. Ovifat – and the High Fens in general – is the perfect place for many great hikes. Furthermore, Malmey is just a few kilometres away, in case you want to enjoy a charming little city.
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Sourbrodt
[Province of Liège]
Just next to the nature park of the High Fens in the East of Belgium, you will find the tiny village of Sourbrodt. The region is one of the most beautiful parts of the country and guarantees the best hikes and biking trips. The lakes of Robertville and Bütgenbach, the place to be during the summer months, are just a few kilometres away and Malmedy, a very charming city in the Belgian Ardennes, is just a 20 minutes' drive from Sourbrodt.
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Wiltz
[Province of Luxembourg]
The city of Wiltz, like the river of the same name running right through, is located in the Ardennes of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The town has a lively and delightful centre and is dominated by the old castle. The Monument National de la Grève, remembering those protesting against military service during World War II, is definitely worth a visit. Furthermore, Wiltz is only 25 minutes away from Bastogne and around half an hour from Houffalize.
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Faimes
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Faimes is a small municipality in the province of Liège. It is located just next to Huy, a lively city, famous for its impressive citadel. The city of Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and one of the most delightful places in the Belgian Ardennes, is just an hour's drive away. Furthermore, Faimes is enclosed between the highways E40 and E42, which make the cities of Leuven, Liège, Namur and even Brussels very easily accessible.


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Thirimont
[Province of Liège]
Thirimont is a quiet little place in Waimes, at the edge of the High Fens in the Belgian East Cantons. The village offers – at an altitude of around 500 metres – a great view over the valley of the river Amblève. It is the perfect location for a hike through the Ardennes. By car you need only 15 minutes to get to Malmedy, one of the most beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes. St. Vith is less than half an hour away.
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Redu
[Province of Luxembourg]

The village of Redu, one of the smallest in the Belgian Ardennes, is paradise for book, enthusiasts. Come browse through the second hand book stores and explore this adorable little town. Redu is surrounded by the beautiful nature of the province of Luxembourg and thus perfect for a great hike. Additionally, two charming places in the Belgian Ardennes, Rochefort and Han-sur-Lesse, are just a half an hour's drive away.


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Bouillon
[Bouillon]

Bouillon is absolutely mandatory if you love history and cultural visits. The little city is completely dominated by the impressive castle, but has a lot more to offer. Karting, wildlife parks, kayak rental,... Everything for a perfect stay in the Belgian Ardennes. Furthermore, La Roche-en-Ardenne, another great Ardennes city is just about an hour's drive away.


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Waremme
[Province of Liège]
Waremme is the capital of the Hesbaye region and located at about a half an hour's drive from the beautiful cities of both Huy and Liège. A holiday home in Waremme is the perfect departure point to start exploring the whole of Belgium and the Belgian Ardennes in particular. The connection with the E40 highway ensures many places in the country are easily available.
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Anthisnes
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Anthisnes, with its 296 metres the highest point in the region of the Condroz, is located at the border of the Belgian Ardennes. The area is known for its rough surface: rocky scenery with many quarries. Anthisnes is a great place to start many hikes. Furthermore, you can reach Durbuy and Liège after just a half an hour's drive from Anthisnes. It's the perfect mix between nature and big city.
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Auby-sur-Semois
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The village of Auby-sur-Semois is to be found deep in the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxembourg and is part of Bertrix. The green area, with its many hills, ensures countless impressive panoramic viewpoints. The river Semois provides opportunity to do some kayaking on a sunny summer day. Auby-sur-Semois is only 40 minutes away from Bouillon and about a half an hour's drive from Neufchâteau.


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Belvaux-sur-Lesse
[Province of Namur]
The village of Belvaux-sur-Lesse is located centrally in the Belgian Ardennes and belongs to the municipality of Rochefort. There is a lot to do and see in the area: caves, wildlife parks, visits to castles and museums... The beautiful environment ensures great hikes and biking trips. Furthermore, Belvaux-sur-Lesse is just a half an hour's drive from Dinant and Saint-Hubert, two towns in the Ardennes absolutely worth a visit.
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Bernister
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The village Bernister, at an altitude of around 500 metres, belongs to the municipality of Malmedy, a delightful city and one of the most beautiful spots in the Belgian Ardennes. It is located just next to the nature park High Fens. The location makes a holiday home the perfect departure point to start getting to know the region of the Ardennes.
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Cugnon
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Cugnon is part of the municipality of Bertrix, deep in the south of the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxembourg. The little village is divided by the river Semois: hence there are plenty of possibilities to enjoy the water, for example while kayaking. A few kilometres south you get to the French border and the delightful town of Bouillon is only a 20 minutes' drive from Cugnon.


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Verlaine
[Province of Liège]
Verlaine is a small municipality in the region of the Hesbaye, less than a half an hour away from the city of Liège. The region is well-known for its delicious local foods. So if you are a connoisseur, than this region definitely is a great holiday destination. Furthermore, Verlaine is close to the highway, hence the cities of Namur and Brussels are very easily accessible. Southwards you will find the astonishing Belgian Ardennes.
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Xhoffraix
[Province of Liège]
Xhoffraix is a hamlet of Bévercé in the province of Liège. It belongs to the municipality of Malmedy, a charming Ardennes town. The natural environment in this part of the Belgian Ardennes is really breath-taking. Xhoffraix is located just next to the nature park High Fens. It is one of the most beautiful parks in the country and ensures great hikes and biking trips. Furthermore, Spa and Stavelot, two other lovely cities in the region, are just a half an hour's drive away.
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Wibrin
[Province of Luxembourg]

The little place Wibrin is located in the province of Luxembourg and belongs to the municipality of Houffalize. Houffalize is the Belgian mountain bike capital. A holiday home in Wibrin is the ideal place to start exploring the beautiful Belgian Ardennes. Furthermore, Bastogne, La Roche-en-Ardenne and Baraque Fraiture, the place to be when the first snow arrives, are less than half an hour away.


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Vencimont
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Vencimont is a small village in the province of Namur and belongs to the municipality of Gedinne, where many signposted hikes are to be found. It is one of the last places before crossing the border with France and is the perfect spot to start exploring the Belgian Ardennes by foot or by bike. Furthermore, Vencimont is just a 40 minutes' drive away from Rochefort and Bouillon, two charming Ardennes cities.
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Ucimont
[Province of Luxembourg]

Belonging to the municipality of Bouillon, Ucimont is located in the province of Luxembourg, deep in the Belgian Ardennes. The region is a beautiful example of unspoiled nature, especially in the valley of the river Semois. The environment guarantees excellent hikes, biking routes and water fun on the river. Bouillon is just fifteen minutes away, while Bertrix, another place deserving recommendation, is accessible within 20 minutes.


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Tenneville
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Tenneville is a small municipality in the province of Luxembourg which has numerous tracks for cross-country skiing. It is centrally located in the Belgian Ardennes and thus a holiday cottage in the area is the perfect departure point to start exploring the Ardennes. The nature park ‘Deux Ourthes' is partially located on its territory. Tenneville is just a half an hour's drive away from Houffalize, the Belgian mountain bike capital, and from La Roche-en-Ardenne, one of the most delightful towns in the region.


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Tellin
[Province of Luxembourg]
Tellin is a small municipality in the province of Luxembourg. A holiday cottage in the green heart of the Belgian Ardennes is the perfect departure point to start exploring the region. The astonishing scenery guarantees beautiful hikes and biking trips. Tellin is only a 15 minutes' drive away from Rochefort, a delightful Ardennes city.
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Soy
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The village of Soy is located in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxembourg. This small village belongs to the municipality of Erezée, where the Tramway Touristique de l'Aisne shows people around on the old train rails. Durbuy and La Roche-en-Ardenne, two of the most delightful cities in the Ardennes, are just a half an hour's drive away from Soy.
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Sivry
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The village of Sivry, part of the municipality of Sivry-Rance, is located just next to the French border. During the summer months many activities are organised in this village in the province of Hainaut. This charming place is a great spot to start exploring the southern part of Belgium and the Belgian Ardennes in particular. Furthermore, Chimay, world famous for its delicious beers, is just a half an hour's drive away.
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Rendeux
[Province of Luxembourg]
Rendeux is a village very centrally located in the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxembourg. It is traversed by the river Ourthe and is just fifteen minutes away from La Roche-en-Ardenne, famous for its medieval castle and the many great restaurant. Northwards it takes only 25 minutes to get to Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and one of the most beautiful places in the Ardennes.
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Poupehan
[Province of Luxembourg]

The village of Poupehan belongs to the city of Bouillon, deep in the south of the Belgian Ardennes, next to the border with France in the province of Luxembourg. The hills surrounding the place offer a great view on the valley of the river Semois and are the perfect setting for a hike or a biking expedition. The river offers plenty of opportunities for kayaking or fishing.


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Plombières
[Province of Liège]
Plombières (Dutch: Blieberg) is a place just next to the Dutch and German border, in the northeastern part of the province of Liège. The Three-Country Point Vaals is just a few minutes away and the German city of Aachen is accessible within 20 minutes. A few kilometres southwards there is the nature park High Fens, just at the edge of the astonishing Belgian Ardennes.
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Ondenval
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Ondenval is a place in the municipality of Waimes in the East Cantons. On the Waimes territory (Dutch: Weismes) you will find the Signal de Botrange, with 694 metres the highest point in the country. The region, close to the High Fens nature park, is perfect for a great hike, summer or winter. For a visit to a delightful city in the region we can recommend Malmedy, one of the most charming spots in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Noiseux
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The village Noiseux belongs to the municipality of Somme-Leuze in the province of Namur. It is located in a beautifully green part of the Belgian Ardennes, at the river bank of the Ourthe and just a few minutes from Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and a mandatory stop for everyone visiting the region. The delicious typical food products and local dishes will charm all gourmet enthusiasts.
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Méan
[Province of Namur]
Méan belongs to Havelange, a municipality at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes between Huy and Marche-en-Famenne. Every year the Route du Fromage (Cheese Route) takes place in this area, with special attention to many different cheese types and local food products, from the region and elsewhere. Furthermore, Méan is located at around 15 minutes from Durbuy, world famous and one of the most delightful spots in the Ardennes.
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Maredret
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The village Maredret belongs to the municipality of Anhée in the province of Namur. It is located at the edge of the breath-taking Belgian Ardennes and harbours a great 19th century abbey. Maredret is only a half an hour's drive away from Dinant, one of the most charming little cities in the Ardennes and also the birthplace of Adolphe Sax.
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Manhay
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The municipality of Manhay in the province of Luxembourg is really the green heart of the Belgian Ardennes. Here you will find the Parc Chlorophylle, where children in a playful way get to know a whole lot about the Ardennes nature. Manhay is just a half an hour's drive away from Durbuy and La Roche-en-Ardenne, two beautiful little towns in the region. During the winter months many thousands of (cross-country) skiers head out to the area, especially Baraque Fraiture, one of the highest points in the country.


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Louveigné
[Province of Liège]
Louveigné is located in the province of Liège and is a part of the municipality of Sprimont. The scenery is the astonishing northern part of the Belgian Ardennes. The region is known for the riches of its soil. Louveigné is only a half an hour's drive away from the ardent city of Liège and from Spa, one of the most delightful cities in the Ardennes.
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Longfaye
[Province of Liège]
The little place of Longfaye is located at the edge of the High Fens, one of the country's most beautiful nature parks ensuring the greatest hikes and biking trips. Longfaye belongs to the province of Liège and to the municipality of Malmedy, a delightful little town in the Belgian Ardennes. Spa and Stavelot, two other cities absolutely worth a visit, are just a half an hour's drive away.
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Léglise
[Province of Luxembourg]
Léglise est une petite commune située dans la province de Luxembourg. Elle est connue pour ses nombreux lavoirs, fontaines, fermes... datant d'une autre époque mais tellement bien conservés. En plus, Léglise ne se trouve qu'à 20 minutes de Bastogne, ville de mémoire de la bataille des Ardennes et à 45minutes de La Roche, très touristique.
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Jalhay
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Just as in many other places in this part of the province of Liège, Carnival is very important in Jalhay. The municipality is located just at the edge of the High Fens, one of the most impressive nature parks in the country, and thus ensures some beautiful panoramic views. Spa and Malmedy, two delightful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, are just 20 minutes away from Jalhay.


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Houyet
[Province of Namur]
Houyet is a municipality in the breath-taking Belgian Ardennes. Houyet, located in the province of Namur, close to the French border, has some impressive protected buildings, among others the beautiful Vêves castle. A holiday home in the region is the perfect departure point to start exploring the Ardennes. Furthermore, the charming little cities of Dinant and Rochefort are less than a half an hour's drive away.
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Hockai
[Province of Liège]
Hockai is part of the municipality of Stavelot. It is located in the province of Liège and the surrounding nature is really breath-taking. East of the village there is the High Fens, one of the most beautiful nature parks in the country. Every winter thousands of people head to the region for some (cross-country) skiing or sledding with the kids. Hockai is the place to be when the first snow arrives. Furthermore, Hockai is only a 15 minutes' drive from Malmedy, one of the most delightful cities in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Havelange
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Havelange is a place in the province of Namur, situated in the northern part of the astonishing Belgian Ardennes. This countryside municipality is ideal for a peaceful hike or a biking trip. Especially in summer the environment is extraordinary. Havelange is just a half an hour's drive away from Huy and Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and one of the most beautiful in the region.
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Givet
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Givet is a small place in the north of France, next to the Belgian border on the river bank of the Meuse. It is situated in the green region of the French Ardennes and has many mountain bike routes on its territory. Furthermore, Givet is just a half an hour's drive from Dinant, one of the most delightful little cities in the Belgian Ardennes.


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Gemmenich
[Province of Liège]
Gemmenich is a little village belonging to the municipality of Plombières (Dutch: Blieberg). It is located just next to the German border, in the northeastern part of the province of Liège. The German city of Aachen, where there is a lot to see and do, is just about twenty minutes away. The High Fens, a beautiful nature park close to the Belgian Ardennes is, too, only a half an hour's drive from Gemmenich.
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Esneux
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Esneux is a municipality in the province of Liège, located in the beautiful valley of the river Ourthe. The region is known for its many stone pits. Esneux is just a half an hour's drive away from Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and absolutely one of the most beautiful spots in the Belgian Ardennes. Those preferring the liveliness of the big city can get to Liège in less than 20 minutes.
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Daverdisse
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The municipality of Darverdisse is the most western territory of the province of Luxembourg. The many forests in the surrounding area and the river Lesse together offer numerous activities. During the right season, you can enjoy the most delicious local foods (with meat). Furthermore, Rochefort and Bouillon, two beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, are only 30 and 40 minutes away.
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Bomal
[Province of Luxembourg]
Bomal is a village that belongs to the municipality of Durbuy in the province of Luxembourg. It is centrally located in the Belgian Ardennes, one of the greenest parts of Western Europe. Durbuy, with its 400 inhabitants, is sometimes called the ‘smallest city in the world' and is one of the most beautiful spots in the country. Bomal-sur-Ourthe is only a half an hour's drive away from Aywaille and Marche-en-Famenne.
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Remouchamps
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Remouchamps is part of the municipality of Aywaille in the beautiful valley of the river Amblève. One of the most important attractions in the region is Le Monde Sauvage, the amazing safari park. Remouchamps, with its famous caves, is only a 20 minutes' drive from Spa, one of the most charming cities in the Belgian Ardennes, and the lively city of Liège is easily accessible through the nearby highway.
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Burg-Reuland
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Burg-Reuland is a small municipality in the region of the Belgian Eifel, the perfect location for hikes or a biking trip. Burg-Reuland is located just next to the border of Germany as well as Luxembourg. The beautiful city of Malmedy and Vielsalm are just a half an hour's drive away. With a holiday home in Burg-Reuland as your departure point you are guaranteed to get to know the real Belgian Ardennes.
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Warfaaz
[Province of Liège]
Warfaaz is a tiny place in the province of Liège, in the breath-taking Belgian Ardennes. It is known thanks to the lake, the Lac de Warfaaz. One can enjoy a day of fishing or floating around on a pedalo on a sunny summer day. Warfaaz is located at the edge of the High Fens, one of the most astonishing nature parks in the country, and just a few minutes from Spa and Malmedy, two delightful Ardennes cities.
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Henri-Chapelle
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Henri-Chapelle is located on the plateau of Herve. And those who say Herve, will immediately think of the delicious cheese that is produced in the region. This eastern part of Belgium is a great place to spend a holiday and to enjoy the lovely scenery. Furthermore, Henri-Chapelle is just a half an hour's drive from Liège and Malmedy.
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Francorchamps
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Thanks to the Spa-Francorchamps racetrack the little place of Francorchamps became world famous. It is heaven for every motor sports enthusiast. Each year in August the Formula One stops over in Francorchamps, attracting tens of thousands of spectators. The natural environment of the Belgian Ardennes around the racetrack is simply astonishing, with Malmedy, Stavelot and the nature park of the High Fens as major hot spots.


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Dalhem
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Dalhem is a municipality in the Land of Herve, next to the Dutch border. The place is home to a series of well-conserved historical buildings, as there is the Saint Pancras church. Dalhem is not far away from the cities of Liège and Maastricht and just a half an hour's drive away from the High Fens, one of the most beautiful nature parks in the country. From your holiday home in Dalhem you can start exploring the best parts of Belgium, and in particular the Belgian Ardennes.


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Chassepierre
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Chassepierre is a small village in the province of Luxembourg, one of the last places before crossing the French border. The village, on the river bank of the Semois, is only half an hour's drive from Bouillon, a great city in the Belgian Ardennes, and is known for the Street Art Festival. The festival draws thousands of visitors each year. Chassepierre is the perfect departure point to start exploring the region of the Belgian Ardennes.
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Comblain-la-Tour
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Comblain-la-Tour is a small village that belongs to the municipality of Hamoir in the province of Liège. It is divided by the river Ourthe. Comblain-la-Tour is only a twenty minutes' drive away from Durbuy and Aywaille, those two other great places in the Belgian Ardennes, and is mostly known for its Jazz Festival that takes place every year in July.
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Dirbach
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Dirbach is situated in the surroundings of the nature park of the Haute-Sûre and is therefore the perfect location for nature lovers. On the program you can find: cycling trails, hiking paths,... Note that this charming little town is located on the other side of the border, in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. 


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Dochamps
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The village of Dochamps is part of the municipality Manhay in the province of Luxembourg. It is located in the green heart of the Belgian Ardennes at just a half an hour's drive from Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world', and about fifteen minutes from La Roche-en-Ardenne, another great Ardennes town. The region, with Baraque Fraiture as the most important spot, is famous for its winter sports. So cross-country skiers know where to go next winter.
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Doische
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Doische is a place in the Belgian province of Namur, just next to the French border. The little village of Soulme, officially one of the Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia, is part of the municipality. Starting in Doische it takes only half an hour to get to Dinant, a beautiful little city in the Belgian Ardennes, and about 40 minutes to Chimay, where you can enjoy one of the best beers in the world.
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Falaën
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The village of Falaën in the province of Namur is officially one of the most beautiful villages in Wallonia (les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie). Falaën is part of the municipality of Onhaye and is located just about 20 minutes from Dinant, one of the most charming little towns in the Belgian Ardennes. Different expositions are organised in the castle farm, where delicious local foods are served.
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Fauvillers
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Fauvillers is a place in the east of the province of Luxembourg, next to the border with the Grand Duchy. Many signposted hikes, showing you the very best of the Belgian Ardennes, are to be found in the region. Hence Fauvillers is the ideal holiday destination for nature lovers. Furthermore, Fauvillers is just 25 minutes away from Bastogne, a charming town mostly known for its World War II history.


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Thuin
[Province de Hainaut]
Thuin is a city in the Belgian province of Hainaut, south of Charleroi. The rivers Biesmelle and Sambre flow together in Thuin. The city is very old and thus has an interesting history. Also, the hanging gardens are definitely worth a visit. Thuin is located near Charleroi and only about an hour's drive from Brussels, for those wanting to enjoy the big city life.
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Tohogne
[Province of Luxembourg]
Tohogne is a small village belonging to the municipality of Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world'. The natural environment in this part of the Belgian province of Luxembourg is breath-taking. A holiday home in the Tohogne area is therefore the perfect place for your next vacation. It is the best departure point to start exploring the very best the Belgian Ardennes have to offer.
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Verviers
[Province of Liège]
The city of Verviers has developed in the valley of the river Vesdre in the province of Liège. It has always been a centre of wool production and nowadays the town is depicted as Water Town. Verviers is very close to some great cities in the Belgian Ardennes: Spa and Malmedy are both less than half an hour's drive away. Furthermore, a few kilometres east one can find the astonishing nature park of the High Fens.
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Limbourg
[Province of Liège]
Close to Gileppe Dam, the small village of Limbourg is a very special place, like an open-air museum. Time seems to have stopped in the 18th century, fixing the pretty place and its Vesdre cobble stones in a unique atmosphere, making it well worth a visit if you're in a self-catering holiday cottage in the area!
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Orval
[Province of Luxembourg]

Orval, a small village deep in the south of the province of Luxembourg, is mostly known because of the delicious beers and the abbey. But Orval is more than just that. It is located next to the French border and it is the ideal departure point to start exploring the Belgian Ardennes. Furthermore, Bouillon and Virton, two great Ardennes cities, are just about a half an hour's drive away.


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Florennes
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Florennes is a municipality in the Belgian province of Namur. It has an interesting history and is home to many historical buildings. Additionally, Florennes is just a half an hour's drive from Dinant, a delightful little town in the Belgian Ardennes, and 45 minutes from Namur, the Walloon capital.
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Prouvy
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Prouvy is a small place that belongs to the municipality of Chiny in the province of Luxembourg. Among others you will find the 18th century castle Château du Faing. The area of the Pont du Fer (Iron Bridge), in the valley of the river Semois, is dedicated to barbecues in plain nature. Furthermore, Prouvy is just a 40 minutes' drive from Bouillon, a charming city in the south of the Belgian Ardennes.
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Graide
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Graide is a village belonging to the municipality of Bièvre in the green heart of the Belgian Ardennes. The place in the province of Namur is very old and thus has many historical buildings. A holiday cottage in Graide or its surrounding area is the perfect departure point to start exploring the Ardennes. What's more, Bouillon and Bertrix, two charming cities in the region, are just a half an hour's drive away.
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Ohey
[Province of Namur]
The municipality of Ohey in the province of Namur is part of the region of the Condroz, at the edge of the astonishing Belgian Ardennes. The different villages and hamlets have a typical Walloon charm and many castles and unique houses. Additionally, Ohey is very well located: just a half an hour's drive from Durbuy, possibly the most beautiful place in the country, and close to the highway, which makes it easy to reach Namur and even Brussels.
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Soiron
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Soiron is one of the most beautiful villages of Wallonia (les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie) and belongs to the municipality of Pepinster in the province of Liège. The houses in Renaissance style are definitely worth a viewing. Soiron is just a half an hour's drive from Spa and Aywaille, two charming little cities in the Belgian Ardennes, and not far from the High Fens nature park.
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Wellin
[Province of Luxembourg]
Wellin is a place in the province of Luxembourg, in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. There are many signposted hikes and biking trips to be found. On its territory there is also the little village of Sohier, officially one of the most beautiful villages of Wallonia(les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie). Furthermore, Wellin is less than half an hour's drive away from Rochefort and Dinant, two delightful cities in the Ardennes.
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Fourons
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Not far from the pays de Herve and Aubel, “Les Fourons” is a commune composed of the six former Fouron communes: Fouron-le-Comte, Fouron-Saint-Martin, Fouron-Saint-Pierre, Mouland, Rémersdael and Teuven. It is a glorious region of hills and valleys, ideal for walking…
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Treignes
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Treignes is a small village in the province of Namur, close to the French border. It has only around 700 inhabitants, but has four museums on its territory. It belongs to the municipality of Viroinval, in the valley of the river Viroin. Treignes is only 40 minutes away from Dinant, one of the most charming cities in the Belgian Ardennes, and Chimay, world famous for its delicious beers.


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Tintigny
[Province of Luxembourg]

Tintigny is a municipality in the south of the province of Luxembourg. It is located in the beautiful valley of the river Semois, surrounded by hills. From you holiday home in Tintigny you get to know the very best of the Belgian Ardennes. The city of Bouillon, well known for its medieval castle, is only a 45 minutes' drive away.


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Olne
[Province of Liège]
Olne is a municipality in the province of Liège and is officially one of the most beautiful in Wallonia (les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie). Olne is located in the Land of Herve, a great wavy piece of land at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes. Spa, Theux, Liège, Sprimont, all lovely places where there is a lot to do, are just a half an hour's drive away. Olne is also close to the High Fens, an amazing nature park, definitely one of the most beautiful in the country.
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Habay
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Habay is a municipality in the south of the province of Luxembourg, close to the border with the Grand Duchy. On its territory you will – among other things – find the extraordinary Forêt d'Anlier, an impressive forest with plenty of signposted hiking routes. It is the perfect place to really get to know the Belgian Ardennes. Furthermore, Habay is just a half an hour's drive away from Bastogne, a charming city mostly known for the fierce battles during World War II.


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Jehonville
[Province of Luxembourg]

Jehonville is a village belonging to the municipality of Bertrix in the province of Luxembourg. It is centrally located in the region of the Belgian Ardennes and just a half an hour's drive away from Bouillon, famous for its impressive medieval castle. The Jehonville and Bertrix area is ideal to start exploring the real Ardennes.


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Marchin
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Marchin is a small town, situated in the Liege province. It counts several castles on its turf and is only 15 minutes away from Huy, the city of fountains and is 35 minutes away from Durbuy, the smallest city in the world. 


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Nadrin
[Province of Luxembourg]

Nadrin is a cute village that belongs to Houffalize, the Belgian mountain bike capital. There is always a fun activitiy planned, whether it's for the very young or the not so young. It is located in the province of Luxembourg and is just fifteen minutes away from La Roche-en-Ardenne, one of the most delightful cities in the Belgian Ardennes.


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Libin
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Libin is a small municipality located centrally in the Belgian Ardennes, in the province of Luxembourg just next to the city of Saint-Hubert. But one specific village in Libin is better known than the municipality itself: Redu is known as ‘le village du livre,' the ‘village of the book.' Additionally, Libin is just a few kilometres away from the highway; hence the Walloon capital Namur is easily accessible.


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Ligneuville
[Province of Liège]
Ligneuville is part of the municipality of Malmedy, one of the most beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes. In this part of the country it's enjoying nature with capital N. Scheduled are: mountain bike expeditions, hike through the High Fens nature park, a visit to the brewery, fishing and a lot more.
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Ouffet
[Province of Liège]
Ouffet is a small municipality in the province of Liège. Today there are still numerous historical buildings to be found, such as churches and castle farms. Ouffet is located in a beautiful part of the Belgian Ardennes. Furthermore, Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world', and the city of Liège are just a 20 minutes' drive away.
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Somme-Leuze
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Somme-Leuze is located in the so-called ‘Vallée des Saveurs' (‘Valley of Taste') in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. The region is known for the many delicious local foods and is home to several first-class restaurants. Enjoy a great hike through the astonishing natural environment and end the day with an excellent dinner. Furthermore, Somme-Leuze is just a few minutes away from Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and one of the most beautiful places in the country.
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Vaux-Sur-Sûre
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In the province of Luxembourg, close to the city of Bastogne, lays the municipality of Vaux-sur-Sûre. It's a wonderful piece of Belgian Ardennes just next to the grand duchy and is named after the river Sûre springing on its territory. Vaux-sur-Sûre is less than half an hour's drive from Anlier, where one of the most astonishing forests in the country ensures the most beautiful hikes.
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Visé
[Province of Liège]

Visé (Dutch: Wezet) is a small town in the province of Liège. It is located next to the border with Germany and close to Flemish border. It is a delightful place for an afternoon of shopping or to have a drink with friends during a sunny summer day. Visé is only fifteen minutes away from both the city of Liège and Maastricht and is thus perfectly located. Just a bit more south, the Belgian Ardennes are astonishing. Malmedy, one of the greatest Ardennes cities, is just about a 40 minutes' drive from Visé.


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Sart-lez-Spa
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Sart-lez-Spa is a village that is located at the edge of the High Fens, in the Belgian Ardennes. It is a village packed with history, which becomes visible thanks to the many sandstone houses. Tradition also has a strong presence, especially because of the leatare carnival and the festivities of ancient professions. On top of that, Sart-lez-Spa is only 20 minutes away from Malmedy, a city that is also well-known for its folklore.


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Profondeville
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Profondeville, close to the Meuse and in the Namur province, is a city where you can do all the shopping and sports you want. Here, you will find 120 km of hiking and cycling trails, a large sports complex, golf amenities, tennis... And on top of that, Profondeville is only 1 hour away from Durbuy, the smallest city in the world. 


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Hamois
[Province of Namur]
Hamois is a small municipality in the province of Namur. It is a great region for hikes and biking trips. The highway E411 is very nearby, which makes both the city of Namur, the Walloon capital, and even Brussels, the Belgian capital, easily accessible. Furthermore, Hamois is less than a half an hour's drive away from Dinant, one of the most beautiful cities in the Belgian Ardennes.
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Gembloux
[Province of Namur]

Gembloux (Dutch: Gembloers) is a city in the province of Namur. It has a rich history and a charming city centre. Furthermore, it is very well located; close to Walloon Brabant and the highway, making Charleroi, Namur and even Brussels easily accessible. Gembloux is just 45 minutes away from Dinant, one of many delightful little cities in the Belgian Ardennes.


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Nassogne
[Province of Luxembourg]

Nassogne is a small community that is situated in the Luxembourg province, close to Marche. Nassogne exists out of multiple villages such as Ambly where the delicious Saint-Monon is brewed. Nassogne is only 40 minutes away from Durbuy, the smallest city in the world and on 30 minutes away from La Roche .


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Lontzen
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Lontzen is a small municipality in the East Cantons in the Belgian province of Liège. Just a few kilometres from Lontzen you will find the city of Eupen and Aachen, a fairly large German city with a lively centre and a rich history. Furthermore, the nature park High Fens, one of the most beautiful spots in the country, is located just a few minutes away.
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Lavaux-Sainte-Anne
[Province of Namur]
The village of Lavaux-Sainte-Anne has a few hundred inhabitants and belongs to the municipality of Rochefort. This village in the province of Namur, in a beautiful part of the Belgian Ardennes, is mostly known for its impressive castle, today housing a few museums. The charming city of Dinant, with its lovely citadel, is just a few kilometres away and thanks to the nearby highway, even the city of Brussels is easily accessible. The location of Lavaux-Sainte-Anne is really excellent.
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Rocroi
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Rocroi is a French municipality in the department Ardennes, the French Ardennes. It is located just a few kilometres from the border with Belgium, about 35 minutes from the city of Charleville-Mézières and the Belgian city of Chimay, world famous for its delicious beers. The region has an interesting history, especially because of the many fierce battles that have been fought during the wars throughout the centuries. The remains of the fortifications around Rocroi are still visible today.
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Nollevaux
[Province of Luxembourg]

Nollevaux is a small village that belongs to the municipality of Paliseul. This region, deep in the Belgian Ardennes in the province of Luxembourg, is famous for its unspoiled nature. Furthermore, Nollevaux is just fifteen minutes away from Bouillon and Bertrix, two of the most delightful places in the Ardennes, with a whole series of available holiday homes.


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Nidrum
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The village of Nidrum belongs to the municipality of Butgenbach in the Belgian East Cantons. The region is well-known for the beautiful lakes, where various water sports are practiced during the summer. It is located just next to the German border, and even the nature park High Fens and Malmedy, one of the most delightful cities in the Ardennes, are less than a half an hour's drive from Nidrum.
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Grandhan
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Grandhan belongs to the municipality of Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and probably one of the most beautiful spots in the country. Durbuy, characterised by a lovely medieval atmosphere, is an absolute must when visiting the Belgian Ardennes. On a hot summer day you can go kayaking on the river Ourthe. Furthermore, Grandhan is just a half an hour's drive away from La Roche-en-Ardenne.


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Nandrin
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Nandrin is a place in the province of Liège. It is located at the edge of the Belgian Ardennes, between Huy and Aywaille. Nandrin is the perfect spot to start exploring this astonishing region. The rich soil ensures some extraordinary views. Furthermore, Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and one of the most beautiful places in the country, is just a half an hour's drive away.
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Floreffe
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Floreffe is a place in the province of Namur, alongside the river banks of the Sambre. An important spot in Floreffe is the abbey. This 12th century building is definitely worth a visit. Rural Floreffe is located just in between the big cities of Namur and Charleroi. Furthermore, Dinant, one of the most delightful cities in the Belgian Ardennes, is just a half an hour's drive away.
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Lessive
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Lessive is a tiny village alongside the river Lesse in the province of Namur. The river follows an extraordinary path and even creates a few islands. It is an excellent place to take off on a hike to explore the Belgian Ardennes. Lessive is part of Rochefort, one of the most delightful cities in the region of the Ardennes and home to the famous Han Caves.
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Sippenaeken
[Liège]
Sippenaeken is a village in the municipality of Plombières in the Belgian province of Liège. The village is located just next to the Dutch border and close to the tripoint.
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Cerfontaine
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Cerfontaine est une charmante petite bourgade située en province de Namur 


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Montjoie

[Eifel]

Surplombée par le château de Montjoie, ce petit joyaux architectural dans la région de l'Eifel, vous invite à des balades romantiques dans les ruelles de son centre historique.


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