0Results

From a multi sensory meditation path in the grounds of an abbey to an underground walk displaying nature as the artist in a 300 million year old cave sculpted by the Eau de Noir river..  Wallonia takes you off the beaten track.

Visit some amazing places, extraordinary tourist attractions or lesser-known museums that invite you to view unique collections patiently gathered by enthusiasts.

You can stroll along magical or mysterious trails. Be amazed by unique artistic works and installations at every turn of your walk. And you can’t fail to admire the many scenic natural sites or the truly breathtaking landscapes.

Keyword(s)

Location

Category

Classification

Label, certification or network

Pets allowed

  • The Grand Hornu site: cultural heritage, exhibitions, design and innovation
    Come visit the historical site of Grand Hornu, A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012
    Hornu

    The Grand Hornu site: cultural heritage, exhibitions, design and innovation

    Take 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.
  • Hitler's Bunker in Bruly-de-Pesche
    Brûly-de-Pesche

    Hitler's Bunker in Bruly-de-Pesche

    A completely renovated remembrance site, only a stone's throw from the French border, where Adolf Hitler stayed during the Second World War.
  • The Collegiate Church of St Gertrude and its impressive jacquemart
    Nivelles

    The Collegiate Church of St Gertrude and its impressive jacquemart

    The jacquemart (an animated mechanised figure which strikes the hours on a bell with a hammer) of the Sainte-Gertrude collegiate church in Nivelle is one of 3 in Wallonia.
  • Mons Belfry: a fascinating monument
    Mons

    Mons Belfry: a fascinating monument

    Discover the full beauty of Belgium's only baroque belfry by taking its panoramic lift and enjoying the view over the city.
  • Tournai Belfry: a UNESCO gem
    Tournai

    Tournai Belfry: a UNESCO gem

    Tournai 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. 
  • The fascinating megaliths of Wéris
    Come visit the Museum of Megaliths and megalithic site of Wéris
    Wéris

    The fascinating megaliths of Wéris

    The rows of megaliths in Wéris add a surreal touch to the landscape. Such a sight is so unexpected… and yet, they have been placed there 3,000 years BC.
  • Memorial Waterloo 1815: the Lion's Mound and its interactive museum
    Braine-l'Alleud

    Memorial Waterloo 1815: the Lion's Mound and its interactive museum

    The Lion's hamlet was part of the Waterloo battlefield where French and English troops fought on June 15, 1815.
  • The Verviers cemetery is home to the impressive mausoleum of the Vervier family
    Verviers

    The Verviers cemetery is home to the impressive mausoleum of the Vervier family

    One of the largest mausoleums in Belgium can be seen at the Verviers cemetery. The Biolley family, famous in the local wool industry, proved quite powerful in the city, over several generations.
  • The Hermitage and its fascinating way of the cross
    Saint-Léger

    The Hermitage and its fascinating way of the cross

    The former Wachet hermitage, now known as the Notre-Dame du Refuge chapel, was first been mentioned on written documents in 1559. It takes its name from the little stream by its side.
  • The Saint-Hubert basilica, an architectural masterpiece, opens its attic to visitors
    Saint-Hubert

    The Saint-Hubert basilica, an architectural masterpiece, opens its attic to visitors

    The Saint-Hubert basilica, listed as exceptional cultural heritage of Wallonia, is one of the most impressive in Europe.
  • The Bonhomme de Fer au Bois in Braine-le-Comte: an historical geodetic monument
    Braine-le-Comte

    The Bonhomme de Fer au Bois in Braine-le-Comte: an historical geodetic monument

    This 30-metre-high tower was used by our ancestors with a network of 85 culminating points (including the Lion's Mound in Waterloo, the belfry in Mons...) to define in the 19th century, a map of Belgium using the triangulation system.
  • The Montagne de Bueren: stairs that will take your breath away
    Liège

    The Montagne de Bueren: stairs that will take your breath away

    Impressive. That is the only word for these steep stairs. From afar, they seem impossible to conquer. But once there, looking up, he challenge is irresistib
  • An extraordinary man-mande cave dedicated to Saint Antoine de Padoue
    Crupet

    An extraordinary man-mande cave dedicated to Saint Antoine de Padoue

    This religious site, its rather kitsch architectural style, makes quite an impression on visitors. You may like it, dislike it but you are not likely to forget it! The parish priest asked his community to help him build it: they spent all their Sundays making the project come true between 1900 and 1903.
  • The wood hills of the Citadel of Liège: nature at the heart of the fiery city
    Liège

    The wood hills of the Citadel of Liège: nature at the heart of the fiery city

    Located within the citadel, these wood hills are an unexpected urban haven, ideal for peaceful walks and nature lovers. This unique natural and material heritage, 80 hectares in total, has been awarded 3 stars in the Michelin travel guide.
  • The Eben-Ezer tower and its silex museum
    Bassenge

    The Eben-Ezer tower and its silex museum

    If you are looking for extraordinary, off the beaten path architectural gems in Wallonia, look no further. The Eben-Ezer tower, crowned with impressive winged animals, seems straight out of a Lord of the Rings or Games of Throne scene.
  • The Cyber Tower, in the Parc de la Boverie (Liège) can spring to life
    Liège

    The Cyber Tower, in the Parc de la Boverie (Liège) can spring to life

    The cyber tower (Tour Cybernétique) was listed as a monument, part of the exceptional cultural heritage of Wallonia, in 1997. A fair title given its fascinating architecture! This 52 metres high abstract sculpture is actioned by an electronic brain.