Weekend in Ancient Tongeren | Hey! Belgium

Weekend in Ancient Tongeren


3 Days, incl.:

  • 1 3-Course dinner at Brasserie Bazilik (excl. drinks)
  • Visit to Antique Market
  • City tax, VAT and service charges

Tongeren takes pride in its ancientness and promotes itself as the oldest town in Belgium. Here you will find city walls that date back to the first century and much of what still remains shows a significant connection to the Romans. The famous French comic "Asterix" was written based on that time.




Day 1: Arrival at Tongeren

Check-in at Eburon Hotel**** or similar (not included)

Eburon Hotel offers accommodation in a former monastery. Its location is convenient. It is only 250m away from the Gallo-Roman Museum in the center of Tongeren.





Day 2: Experience Tongeren

Visit the Antique Market

The Tongeren Antiques Market is the largest antique and flea market in Benelux (Open on Sunday morning only). 

The Tongeren Antiques Market brings a crows of more than 350 exhibitors and some 40 antique shops at a time on every Sunday. And due to the demand, it spreads over seven streets to accommodate all the merchants.

Suggestion: Visit Gallo-Roman Museum (not included)

A must-see when you are in Tongeren. The permanent display "From Neanderthal to Gallo-Roman" shows you the story of people in the Limburg region. It stretches till the late Roman period.

Relish a Surprise-Meal at Brasserie Bazilik

Formerly a canon house has been renovated and turned into a friendly and welcoming Belgian brasserie in Tongeren. It offers plenty of space in a well decorated environment. Enjoy a surpise 3-course meal at Bazilik.





Day 3: Walk around Tongeren

Suggestion: Visit De Kevie Natural Reserve

Before you say goodbye to Tongeren, why not spare some time to walk around De Kevie Natural Reserve? Remember to wear your boots or walking shoes.


Departure to Airport 



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