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Wondering what's on this week, week-end or on the dates you are planning your trip to Wallonia? This agenda lists fantastic events taking place in the South of Belgium and will prove a wonderful source of inspiration to discover the region further.
Exhibitions, markets, festivals, fairs, special events and guided tours... There is much to choose from. They will give you a chance to meet the locals and get to understand our traditions and our folklore better.
There is something for everyone, children and adults, for every mood, relaxed or active, for every schedule, day, evening or full weekend.
- © Romana-Anita / PixabayFebruary 2021HannutExhibition
Hannut mineralogy fairHannut covered market becomes, just for a weekend, a real paradise for mineralogy, palaeontology and jewellery lovers.
- © WBT - Bruno d'AlimonteMarch 2021Around WalloniaShow
Water days in WalloniaThese cheerful activities - 300 throughout Wallonia- are open to schools and families.
- © Benoit CoenenJune 2021ChaudfontaineExhibition
Le Festival des cinq saisons: an introduction to art in natureA harmonious union between culture and nature, this cheerful festival invites artists, landscapers and botanists to turn the Parc de Hauster into an experimental creative space.
- © Sentiers d'ArtJune 2021SchaltinExhibition
La fête des Sentiers d'Art | Condroz-FamenneThese celebrations are the perfect opportunity to see art installations set in nature... The next event will take place in 2021.
- © Ann GeirnaerdtJune 2021JodoigneExhibition
The enchanted garden - Art Sanctuary | JodoigneThis enchanted garden in fact an exhibition of contemporary art, pays a tribute to nature...
- © A. PetitSeptember 2021NamurDemonstration
A nature photography festival in NamurThe historical quarter of #link[taxonomy_term|3114|Namur] will welcome a fascinating nature photography festival: a fantastic opportunity to dream about the most enchanting places in the world.
- © Skeeze / PixabayOctober 2021NamurFestival
A festival dedicated to nature at the citadel of NamurThe citadel will, once more, host the festival dedicated to nature. Expect fascinating photography exhibitions, both outdoors and indoors. Visitors will have the chance to access locations usually closed to the public.