Wallonia offers you a diversity of landscapes and regions; land of hills, land of valleys, land of forests, land of rivers. Refreshing streams run along the footpaths and rivers and lakes provide many activities.
At the gates of Brussels, capital of Belgium, Walloon Brabant is a land of contrasts between its softly rolling hills and its historical heritage. You’ll be surprised by its chateaux, its churches and chapels.
Stroll through the abbeys and abbatial buildings. Discover the vestiges abandoned by the Romans: tumuli and paved roads.
The towns of Jodoigne, Nivelles, Villers-la-Ville, Waterloo et Wavre.
The roots of Hainaut are deeply anchored in history, tradition and folklore. From the Marches of «Entre Sambre-et-Meuse » to the Doudou of Mons, taking in the Carnival of Binche, the Ducasse d'Ath and the festivities of Lessines, the inhabitants invite you to keep their past alive.
Hainaut is also a land of multiple facets : its churches and monumental abbeys, witnesses of a religious fervour and its coal-mining sites such as the Bois-du-Luc, the Grande Hornu, the Bois du Cazier and their chain of slag heaps, traces of its industrial past.
The towns of Ath, Binche, Charleroi, Chimay, Comines, La Louvière, Mons, Thuin and Tournai.
Liège, the passionate city, offers aspects of Mosan (of the Meuse valley) life of yesteryear and present days. You will also discover its surroundings: the land of Herve, nearly Norman, the Hautes Fagnes (high Fens) nature reserve of great biological value, but also the region of the Ourthe and Amblève rivers where the streams have dug imposing valleys through the rock and show numerous geological curiosities.
The towns of Eupen, Herve, Huy, Liège, Malmédy, Spa, Stavelot and Verviers.
The green lung of Wallonia by the abundance of its forests, Luxembourg province opens the gates to the « Authentic Ardennes ». It shows an astonishing contrast between the rough valleys of the river Ourthe and the gentle meanders of the Semois. The countryside gives place, here and there, to charming little villages and typical small towns where you’ll discover yesteryears lifestyle.
The towns of Arlon, Bastogne, Bouillon, Durbuy, Houffalize, La Roche, Marche, Saint-Hubert and Vielsalm.
Namur is the Land of Valleys. Each one of them offer a different aspect shaped by the running water, be it the smallest brook or a larger river digging some imposing meanders and sometimes disappearing underground to reappear further on, tracing furrows that the roads follow between river and woodland.
The region is a land of memories : historical past and heritage mingle harmoniously to offer unlimited opportunities of relaxation.
The towns of Cerfontaine, Ciney, Dinant, Namur, Rochefort and Vresse-sur-Semois.