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The legendary 7km long Spa-Francorchamps Circuit makes sure everyone around the world knows about Belgium. It is located in the beautiful green Ardennes region and many Formula 1 drivers say it is the most beautiful race track in the world. Come have a look behind the scenes and in the pit lane.
The Museum of the La Roche Stoneware makes you take a journey back in time. It provides insight in the geological properties of the Ardennes soil. You can have a taste from the best locally produced foods, like the famous Ardennes ham.
The House of the Land of Salm: where modern technology and history meet. Accompanied by audiovisual methods, the visitor is being immersed in the Val de Salm region. Look! Witches, goblins and elves are never far away...
The Bat Exploration Centre makes visitors reflect on nature and the bat in particular. On o surprising and extremely informative journey the witch Barbastella teaches you all about these little flying creatures.
Baugnez 44 Historical Center commemorates the massacre of 84. They are honoured with the «Baugnez 44 Historical Museum». A collection of small stories and reconstructed scenes, with personal belongings of the owner, absolutely worth having a look at.
The House of Metallurgy in Liege shows you the long Belgian history in this industry. The metal industry was by far the most important economic activity in Wallonia and the museum shows how our daily life is connected with it. A part of the museum is dedicated to the energy production and supply throughout the centuries.
The Perfume Studio Guy Delforge, unique in Northern Europe, explains the many delicate stages of the perfume production process. All this takes place in the Namur citadel, on the edge of the Belgian Ardennes.
In 1872, the Maredsous Abbey was built by monks of the Benedictine order in a Neo-Gothic style, in the valley of the river Molignée. It makes a great departure point for many hikes through this beautiful region.
Trois fois par an, le mémorial interallié de Cointe s'ouvre au grand public. Vous pouvez monter gratuitement en haut des 75 mètres de la tour pour admirer une vue circulaire imprenable sur la ville de Liège.
Thanks to a history that goes back up to 850 years in time, the Floreffe Abbey is an excellent destination for a cultural outing in the Belgian Ardennes. Tweak your knowledge of architecture and history from the Middle Ages. Treat yourself by tasting an artisanal beer or by discovering local products.
The Fourneau Saint-Michel Domain is located in the heart of the Ardennes forest, very close to Saint-Hubert. Put the three museums, the ponds and the beautiful green environment together and you have got an impressive area waiting to be discovered.
With its 400 inhabitants Durbuy is known as the 'smallest city in the world'. Crossing the medieval city centre takes just about five minutes. The area surrounding the city is absolutely breath-taking.
Riveo displays the fauna and flora of the Ourthe thanks to its 16 aquariums, its 12 meter long reconstructed river arm and a panoramic view on a pond that enables you to get to know more about this fantastic underwater world.
Floating in a pedalo on the Lake of Warfaaz, wonderfully relaxing. Le Petit Baigneur in Spa offers a wide array of pedalos, or paddle boats, for rent for a lovely day in one of the most beautiful spots of the Belgian Ardennes.
Hop on a Vespa and explore the beautiful green region of the Belgian Ardennes. V'Spa in Spa has 25 of these classic, Italian scooters for rent. A drive through the hills of the area can also be combined with a restaurant visit or a pic-nick.