Belfries, former coalmines and boat lifts ... discover another facet of tourism in Wallonia.
- PROMOHoudeng-goegniesRiver cruises
The hydraulic boat lifts of the Canal du CentreSituated in the province of Hainaut, these 4 hydraulic lifts, built beginning of the XIXth century, are standing monuments to the Belgian Industrial revolution. These timeless masterpieces, listed by UNESCO, can be visited.
- PROMOHornuMuseum & discovery
The Grand Hornu site: cultural heritage, exhibitions, design and innovationTake a former coal mine, get it listed by UNESCO as World Heritage and you get the CID of the Grand Hornu: an innovation and design centre, featuring temporary exhibitions on design, applied art and contemporary art.
- NamurArchitectural heritage
The Belfry of Namur, part of UNESCO's World HeritageThis tower, built in 1388 and 20 metres, was originally part of the fortifications. It's only in 1746, after Namur was besieged and the church destroyed, that it would be chosen as the official belfry.
- GemblouxArchitectural heritage
The belfry of Gembloux, listed by UNESCOThe belfry of Gembloux, 35 metres high, dominates the city and is part of Unesco's World Heritage.
- BincheArchitectural heritage
The Binche Belfy, listed by UNESCOThe Binche belfry, part of the town hall, was built in the 14th century.
- TournaiReligious heritage
Notre-Dame de Tournai cathedral, listed by UNESCOListed by UNESCO for its 5 bell towers, its nave and transept of Romanesque style, Notre-Dame Cathedral is a gem of medieval architecture.
- MonsMuseum & discovery
Mons Belfry: a fascinating monumentDiscover the full beauty of Belgium's only baroque belfry by taking its panoramic lift and enjoying the view over the city.
- PROMOThuinArchitectural heritage
The belfry of Thuin, listed by UNESCOListed by UNESCO for its remarkable VIIth century architecture, the belfry of Thuin, guarantees a stunning panorama of the region. Visitors get the opportun
- CharleroiArchitectural heritage
The Belfry of Charleroi, part of the UNESCO World Heritage.his belfry, part of Charleroi's City Hall, was designed by architect Joseph André in 1936. A perfect combination of classicism and art deco in architecture, it was built of blue and white stone as well as bricks.
- TournaiArchitectural heritage
Tournai Belfry: a UNESCO gemTournai is best seen from its 15th century belfry, listed by UNESCO. Built on the site of the 1218 original after it burnt down, it is the oldest in Wallonia's seven belfries and the only one with outdoor viewing platforms.