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Belgium, undergrounds

Brussels, Han-Sur-Lesse, Dinant & Freyr

5 days, incl.: 

  • Access to 4 sections of Grotte de Han with PassHan
  • Entrance to Choco story Brussels
  • Tickets for Mini-Europe and the Atomium
  • A visit to the Citadel of Dinant
  • Entrance to the Castle of Freyr

You might or might not find your daily life mundane. Surely your family holiday shouldn't be. When you journey on to Belgium, we will take you to the formidable places on our soil and also what's beneath it. Witness the sophisticated craftsmanship of both man and nature.

 


 

Day 1: Arrival at Brussels

Check-in at Martin's Brussels EU**** Hotel or similar. (Not included)

 

 


 

Day 2: Encounter Ancient Dinant

Dinant is irresistible. It holds all the treasures a place can dream of: the beautiful and stunning landscape, the tasteful Freyr Castle and the ancient Citadel of Dinant. Reserve your morning for this marvel.

 

 


 

Day 3: Meet medieval Dinant

Dinant is a small but picturesque city in the Walloon region of Belgium. In the morning after breakfast, you will meet Dinant - a true gem of Wallonia, with a visit to the Citadel of Dinant and Castle of Freyr. 

 

 


 

Day 4: On to the great outdoors with Grotte de Han

Nature is what we got detached from. Here on day 4 of the tour, you will feel more connected to nature than ever. Come and meet the true nature and the most magical things it has to offer. Bear, bison, wolf, lynx... the animals welcome you to the spectacular scenery of a preserved area of 250 ha. And then head on to the underground and enter one of the most beautiful caves in Europe. A magical day, to be finished by the Prehisto-Han, fascinating archaeological exhibition, and Han 1900, Museum of forgotten trades.

 

 


 

Day 5: Departure

This morning affords you some time to spend in Brussels and to check-out at your hotel. 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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