Historical sites, museums, nature walks, concert venues, festivals, brasseries, restaurants, theme parks ... Martin's Hotels has made a selection of tourist attractions and quality establishments that are close to your hotel (see also: www.destinationbw.be).
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For years, Pairi Daiza − an animal theme park in Brugelette, Belgium − has been delighting families from all over the country … and everywhere else! Much more than a zoo, its visitors can experience different ‘worlds’.
The Ronquières inclined plane
Whether or not it’s in all the guides, the sloping lock of Ronquières nevertheless constitutes an impressive technical feat. Built between 1960 and 1968 on the canal linking Brussels to Charleroi, the incline plane uses water-filled containers as counterweights to haul huge barges up a slow rise of 68 meters from the bottom to the top of the inclined plane.
The former arm of the Brussels-Charleroi canal
A haven of peace for walkers as well as for the flora and fauna that thrive there, this part of the Brussels-Charleroi canal − known as the ‘dead arm’ of the canal − offers an ideal walking outing for the entire family.
Bois de Halle
It's called the Blue Forest for good reason: every year, in April / May, the Bois de Halle takes on a carpet of blue flowers that makes it truly magical and draws crowds. To discover with the
Pajottenland (the land of thatched huts, in French) lies southwest of Brussels, between two rivers − the Zenne and the Dender.
Brasserie Oud Beersel
The Oud Beersel Brewery was founded in 1882 and is located in Beersel, 10 km from Brussels city center. One of the last authentic lambic breweries in Belgium, Oud Beersel is known for its artisanal Lambic brewed according to time-honoured traditional methods. The brewery won the prize for the world’s best Geuze in 2016.
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.
The Municipal Museum of the Door
Don’t be fooled by its name, which can make us smile! Founded in 1968, this museum has found refuge in the main building of a 17th century Spanish-style farm: the ‘de la Porte’ farm.
Sainte Gertrude Church
In the shape of a Latin cross, the Saint Gertrude Church in Tubize is a 16th century Gothic sanctuary. It was built using the typical materials of the region: the blue stone of Soignies and the
The Tubize Cultural Centre
Theatre, music, dance, conferences, world explorations ... Tubize is a city that moves to the rhythm of the culture. Its Cultural Centre channels this beautiful energy into the heart of an
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 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.
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.
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