This important sight in Ghent is a castle with a very turbulent past, closely intertwined with the complex—often stormy—political and social history of the city.Read more
Are you looking for a destination that feels open, has plenty of culture and tradition to offer, but isn't widely discovered yet? HEY! Belgium introduces you to Wallonia, the southern part of Belgium which offers well preserved natural attractions, its castles and fortresses, and its well-known Unesco world industrial heritage sites. Enjoy our carefully curated itinerary for your perfect introduction to this marvelous place called Wallonia!
Day 3: Follow Napoleon to Waterloo (Half Day)
Buried at the foot of the Lion's Mound, the Memorial 1815 allows you to experience one of the most turbulent times in our History... as if you were there. Guided by a soldier of your chosen army, you learn about the machinery that led inexorably to the battle. Dive into the heart of the battle, in a multi-sensory experience, full of special effects, the only one of its kind in Europe! 1815 m² of immersive journeying in a narrative set design which focuses on the experience of the battle.
Day 4: Meet medieval Dinant (Full Day)
Visit Citadelle de Dinant
The citadel of Dinant stands proudly on top of Dinant. Come dive into the heart of its history and go back in time! What is more pleasant than a day spent with your loved ones in the green setting of the citadel? Take advantage of this exceptional venue to admire the beauty of Dinant from above!
DAY 5: Meet the smallest town in the world: Durbuy (Full Day)
Visit the Modave castle
Situated on a rock in the middle of a nature reserve of 450 hectares, the castle offers a magnificent view over the surrounding, and the visit of 25 decorated and furnished rooms. Remarkable 17th-century stuccowork, tapestries, and large paintings. The furniture, with some exceptional 18th and 19th-century pieces, fits perfectly into this historic setting.
Get lost in the labyrinth of Durbuy
The Labyrinth of Durbuy is a theme park of 11 hectares of maze fields and 10 km of alleys, with 7 actors each day, 7 shows and activities for children, and 70,000 visitors throughout the summertime, located 1 hour away from Brussels and 30 minutes from Namur and Liège. It’s a magical adventure!