The Lesse Valley in the belgian Ardenne is famous for its beautiful nature, its outdoor activities and its castles. The Valley is the gateway to Belgian’s mountain region called Ardenne and due to its situation close to many cities, it is the perfect destination for a week-end outing.
Bouillon, ce village pittoresque de l'ardenne belge, est l'une des principales attractions touristiques de la région célèbre pour son majestueux château médiéval surplombant la rivière. Lors d'une journée à Bouillon, vous pourrez vous promener dans ses petites ruelles, visiter le château avec son panorama époustouflant, profiter d'une promenade le long de la Semois et suivre les aventures de Godfrey de Bouillon lors de sa croisade jusqu'à Jérusalem.
Bouillon, this picturesque village in the belgian Ardennes, is a main tourist attraction in the area. It is famous for its beautiful and majestic castle overlooking the river. When spending a day in Bouillon, you can visit the famous castle, walk through its small alleys, enjoy the river promenade of the Semois river and follow Godfrey of Bouillon all the way to Jerusalem.
Brussels, this is the city we live in. The capital of Belgium in the heart of Europe is often forgotten by many travellers. We often have friends and families coming to visit for a week-end and we started to have our favourite tour ready for those who want to visit Brussels in one day. So come with us to discover our must-sees.
As you know, we aren't full-time travellers and we actually like our day jobs quite a lot. This is why, week-end trips are our elixir of life. However, taking the plane over and over again starts to weigh on our conscience, especially when we have another option. This is why, we made a small overview of all these beautiful destinations to reach from Brussels by train.
The carnival of La Louvière in the french-speaking part of Belgium is a traditional event which takes place at the mid-term of the Fasting Period. Celebrations revolve around one symbolic figure: the Gilles.