Are you looking for historic spots, museums, nature walks, concerts, festivals, brasseries, restaurants, parks, and so on? Martin’s Hotels will be happy to make a selection of the tourist attractions and the best addresses in your hotel’s neighbourhood.
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And if you would like to visit Brussels, we can highly recommend a couple of places that you must not miss in Europe’s capital city. Simply ask us for details – it’s our pleasure to help make your trip as pleasant as possible. We wish you an excellent stay!
The Waterloo battlefield
On 18 June 1815, the outlines of present-day Europe were drawn on the battlefield of Waterloo. Re-live this epic battle in Napoleon’s last headquarters or in the Wellington Museum. It’s as if you were there yourself.
La Ferme de Mont-Saint-Jean
The Genval Yacht Club
Pedal boats, rowing boats, kayaks, drifters and water balls (reservation requested)… The Genval Yacht Club offers a whole spectrum of activities on Genval Lake – for families, groups of friends, or cosy couples.
The Water and Fountain Museum
In the Water and Fountain Museum, young and old can learn why water is such an important but also limited source of life. The museum also shows the history of fountains (in the city, in the country, in the garden…).
The Folon Foundation
Housed in the former farmhouse of the Terhulpen Castle in the Solvay park, the Folon Foundation displays more than 500 water colours, engravings, posters and sculptures by the famous Belgian artist.
The Solvay domain
The Solvay domain – one of the most beautiful parks in Belgium – offers wonderful walks. It houses the Béthune Castle (1842) with its French garden, as well as the Folon Foundation dedicated to this celebrated Belgian artist.
The Villers-la-Ville Abbey
Villers-la-Ville Abbey is one of the largest Cistercian monasteries in Europe. The ruins of the monastery are still partially standing in a wood in a breathtaking valley.
Dating from the 17th century, Rixensart Castle is a magnificent example of Brabant legacy and one of the most beautiful castles in Belgium. The gardens are planted according to the designs of André Le Nôtre
Walibi and Aqualibi
Walibi is the largest amusement park in Wallonia, where more than 50 attractions and activities await you. Young and old can also enjoy themselves in the gigantic Aqualibi water park next door – in a tropical, but still refreshing, atmosphere.
Aventure Parc is a paradise for children (and their parents), with 11 acrobatic tracks. There’s also a zone especially for the littlest ones. And if you should get hungry, you can enjoy the fast food restaurant.
Bois des Rêves Domain
The Bois des Rêves domain is ideal for magnificent nature walks. There’s also a whole range of activities for young and old: fishpond, playground, beach …
The Hergé Museum
A tribute to one of the greatest artists of the 20th century: the father of Tintin and Bobby. But Hergé also produced graphics, advertising, caricatures, scenarios and paintings when he could find the time.
Sustainable development in Louvain-la-Neuve
Louvain-la-Neuve is a young city that places very high importance on ecology and sustainability. The Tourism Service organises guided tours to present the efforts the city is making concerning sustainability and ecology.
The Grote Markt of Brussels
The Grote Markt is the central square of the City of Brussels. Known worldwide for its beautifully decorated buildings, the Grote Markt is bordered by guildhalls, the town hall and the ‘Broodhuis’ museum. A must!
The Sint-Gertrudis collegiate church of Nijvel
The Sint-Gertrudis collegiate church is one of the oldest and largest Romanesque churches in Europe: 100 meters long and 44 meters wide, and yet the structure emanates balance and austerity. Certainly worth a visit!
The Cortil museum
The Museum of the First French Army gives an overview of the troop deployment during the “Dijle manoeuvre” in WWII.
The feudal citadel of Walhain
Walhain is Belgium’s geographical centre. But the village is also known for its green environs and the remnants of its citadel.
The villages of Chaumont-Gistoux
The Chaumont-Gistoux region is a perfectly picturesque walking area. Enjoy the charms of the rolling landscape from Grez-Doiceau to Vieusart, via Bonlez or Dion-le-Mont.
The Martin’s Golf Pass
Martin's Hotels offers you an exclusive pass to 14 golf clubs in Belgium. Fairways between the trees, windswept golf courses – the various aspects offer something for everyone, regardless of handicap.
“Les Tartes de Chaumont-Gistoux”
"Les Tartes de Chaumont-Gistoux" patisserie opened in 1945, when it served holidaymakers from Brussels. Since then, the pastry shop has grown into a real phenomenon – they still use the traditional recipes to conjure up delightful delicacies.
Mélin, the most beautiful village in Wallonia
Mélin is part of the select club of “most beautiful villages in Wallonia”. Distinctly pastoral and restful, this charming spot is encircled by a ring of hills that provide an exceptional panorama of the region.
The prehistoric caves of Folx-les-Caves
The caves of Folx-les-Caves are unique. So many colourful events have taken place there that you could make a movie about them. For example, the notorious bandit Colon used the caves as a hideout.
Rural walk through Court-Saint-Etienne
The Court-Saint-Etienne municipality extends over more than 2,663 hectares, with no less than 143 km of walking paths and roads. Patrimoine Stéphanois organises family walks
The Théâtre de la Valette
The Théâtre de la Valette is housed in an old farmhouse. The theatre programmes an eclectic offering of performances in an intimate setting.
Wellington cinema in Waterloo
Shopping in La Hulpe
Shopping in Louvain-la-Neuve
Shopping in Wavre
Shopping in Nivelles
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