Festivals dedicated to Belgian beer, breweries opening their doors to the public... Many tasting adventures await in Wallonia.
By adding Belgian beer to its intangible cultural heritage, UNESCO recognises how important this delicious beverage is in our daily life, as a tradition, a terroir product and a way to celebrate life and important events.
There isn't, in Wallonia and Belgium, a festival, fair, picnic, birthday... without a glass of beer brewed. It is not about quantity but taste and quality ingredients. Looking for a special occasion? We have listed quite a few below.
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- © WBT - S. WittenbolGozéeMuseum or Interpretation Centre
The Aulne AbbeyThe ruins of the Cistercian Aulne Abbey are nestled on the right bank of the Sambre, in a place beautifully called "Vallée de la Paix" or Valley of peace. The atmosphere is indeed very soothing and calls for a pleasant walk.
- © WBT - Olivier LegardienVillers-devant-orvalTrekking & hiking
The Walloon Trappist Abbeys Long Hike: Chimay, Rochefort and OrvalThe Walloon Trappist Abbeys Long Hike is divided in two stages: Orval to Rochefort (116 km) and Rochefort to Chimay (174 km), 290 km in total. This itinerary will introduce you to the beauty of Wallonia's nature and to its gourmet delights.
- © FTPL - P. FagnoulAnthisnesMuseum or Interpretation Centre
The Château de l'Avouerie d'Anthisnes, for a historical visit and its Beer and Pékèt MuseumThe Château de l’Avouerie d’Anthisnes, in the province of Liège, welcomes you for a gourmet and historical visit.
- © Charleroi Tourisme Gina SantinTrazegniesArchitectural heritage
Château de TrazegniesLocated between Mons and Namur, the Château de Trazegnies, dating back to the XIth century, is a precious example of Belgian feudal architecture.