Belgian Tourist Board Wallonia

Belgian Tourist Board Wallonia

Booth No. 111 / 211

Come and experience Wallonia
Wallonia, one of the three regions of the Belgian federal state, is located in the South of Belgium. Wallonia borders France, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Germany.Wallonia Tourism Bureau is responsible for the promotion of Wallonia as tourism destination abroad. It has representations in different countries such as the UK, France, Germany, China, etc. Wallonia Tourism Bureau represents the 5 provinces that compose the South of Belgium. Each province has its own unique character, their main hubs areHainaut: Hainaut holds the national records with its 19 sites or events listed as UNESCO World Heritage among which boat lifts, belfries, cathedrals, the Carnival of Binche, processional giants and Dragons. Do not miss its capital city Mons, Van Gogh’s home. Apart from Mons, the main cities Tournai and Ath have this provincial air reminding us that the countryside is never far away. But not only nature and culture are to be found in Hainaut, the province also houses the highest number of breweries.Liege: The City of Liege is located at the crossroads of an important motorway network joining Paris, London, Amsterdam and Cologne, and is the 3rd largest river port of Europe; one of its landmarks is the new station by Santiago Calatrava. It is also a dynamic commercial centre with modern pedestrian shopping streets and malls. Worth visiting: Spa the mother of all spas with its renowned race track in Francorchamps and the Formula 1 museum in Stavelot.Luxembourg: The region of Durbuy is called the authentic Ardennes, it is an unspoilt hilly area in the southern Belgium, rich in fauna and flora and with vast forests and fast-flowing rivers. Visitors can wander through the many picturesque small towns and villages nestled in the valleys where traditions and folklore are still very much alive. In the forest and countryside of Durbuy, it is possible to practice a variety of outdoor activities as hiking, kayak, horse-riding, climbing, rafting on the river, moutainbike, forest walks, …Namur: Namur is the capital city of Wallonia and is located near Dinant, the birthplace of Aldophe Sax, inventor of the saxophone. Around the city, a whole region of great charm is opening up to the world. Whichever valley you drive through in the area you are bound to come across witnesses of this historical past: ruins of medieval castles as Montaigle in Falaen, Poilvache above Yvoir, monasteries Maredsous, Floreffe, 16th and 17th century châteaux Freyr, Vêves, Lavaux Ste-Anne and of course the Citadels of Namur and Dinant. Walloon Brabant: Located 20 minutes from Brussels, Walloon Brabant welcomes you to the heart of a historic and friendly land. Primarily known for the Battle of Waterloo, Walloon Brabant also boasts a string of heritage treasures. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the Villers-la-Ville Abbey in the heart of nature or to the charming town of Nivelles and to the university town of Louvain-la-Neuve which hosts the Herge Museum... Get a breath of fresh air in one of the many gardens or by playing golf, go walking or cycling.With its extensive expertise, Wallonia Tourism Bureau can help you compiling a memorable tailor-made experience, which will meet your specific requirements. You are looking for a holiday that combines nature and culture, gastronomy and friendly encounters? Wallonia will amaze you, not only with its wonderful tourist sites, but also with its delicious local produce and the warmth of its people.Experiencing tourism in Wallonia, be it for leisure or business, is also about discovering its major cities! Just a few kilometers from the French border, remarkable Walloon cities welcome you with open arms. Culture, heritage, gastronomy, folklore await you. Let yourself be seduced.You want to find out more about Wallonia. In China please contact, 15652534087, In Belgium, 0032/475330176.

Dominique ANDRE 杜梅 et Ludivine DESTREE 吕迪文
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