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This guide overflows with a fabulous choice and exceptional variety of touring ideas for all the family in the beautiful region of Wallonia! The Wallonia region overflows with an incredible choice of exciting and very varied touring ideas for all the family, with over 200 tourist attractions and museums to entertain you all year round! There is something here for every taste: kids will love the theme parks, animal parks and mysterious world of caves and caverns. And why not opt for a boat or railbike ride? Sports fans will enjoy our many recreational estates, water attractions and adventure parks, while culture buffs will be enchanted by the region's museums, local curiosities, historic sites and ancient monuments, castles and citadels.
But did you know that in Wallonia you can also take a boat lift, host a barbecue in the middle of a lake, walk barefoot in the forest or hand in hand on the Path of Love, visit a museum about laundry, slip into a spacesuit, head off to discover the stars, daydream among butterflies or spend an enchanting night in awe-inspiring lodgings?
Discover a whole new facet of Wallonia with our tourist attractions and offbeat or little-known museums, get into the swing of things with our packed events programme and live a host of incredible experiences worthy of Belgium’s finest Surrealist painters!
Step outside the box in Wallonia in 2018!
The bubbling capital of 500 million European citizens, Brussels is a cosmopolitan and multi-coloured city.
Its European quarter aptly reflects its intrinsic cultural diversity: from the Parlamentarium and the fun Mini Europe, where visitors of every age can learn about the inner workings of the European Union, to the iguanodons of the Natural Science Museum and classic cars on show at Autoworld, there truly is something here for everyone.
Renowned for its mythical Grand Place and Manneken Pis statue, it is also one of the cradles of the Surrealist movement - of which René Magritte is a figurehead – and Art Nouveau.
The heritage of Brussels is also very present in the many acclaimed museums criss-crossing the region, attracting thousands of tourists every year.
This Guide is published in 4 languages and includes a detailed map of Brussels and its various tourist attractions and museums, with around 30 excursion ideas in the capital of Belgium... and Europe.