The new Guide Ardennes-Pass arrived!

There are yet again a few novelties. There is a VIP discount card, a new tourist zone, a more detailed map of the Belgian Ardennes and, of course, new partner activities.

Memorial tourism in the Ardennes

The Belgian Ardennes are home to many museums, monuments and other remains of both World Wars. Read about memorial tourism in the Ardennes.

Ninglinspo

One of the most beautiful hikes in the country. The trail leads you alongside the mountain river of the Ninglinspo, throughout the astonishing scenery around Aywaille in the Liège province.

The Eau d’Heure Lakes

The Eau d’Heure Lakes are the perfect destination for a trip with family or friends. Water sports, beautiful hikes, a visit to the dam or just doing nothing on the beach: it is all possible.

The Ardennes for food lovers

Delicious food is an essential part of the perfect vacation. Have a look at the file completely dedicated to gastronomy in the Ardennes.

Meet our reporters

The Ardennes-Etape reporters travel through the Belgian Ardennes looking for the best and the finest and report back to you on the website.

Ardennes-Etape thinks of wheelchair users

The Belgian Ardennes are accessible to everyone: young or old, adventurous or not so much, active or calm, families, groups of friends... The same goes for the disabled.

Holiday in the Ardennes with your dog

Holiday in the Belgian Ardennes with your dog, it’s absolutely possible. There are many activities, hikes and restaurants where your furry friend is more than welcome.

Banneux, world famous place of pilgrimage

Since the Virgin Mary in 1933 appeared to an 11-year-old girl the small village of Banneux in the Belgian province of Liège became the most important place of pilgrimage in the country, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.

Bouillon, nostalgic and dynamic

Looking for a holiday destination where both history and dynamism are ubiquitous. Bouillon is the place to be in the Belgian Ardennes.

Chassepierre

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Chassepierre is a small village in the province of Luxembourg, one of the last places before crossing the French border. The village, on the river bank of the Semois, is only half an hour’s drive from Bouillon, a great city in the Belgian Ardennes, and is known for the Street Art Festival. The festival draws thousands of visitors each year. Chassepierre is the perfect departure point to start exploring the region of the Belgian Ardennes.
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Chassepierre

Chassepierre
is a small village in the province of Luxembourg, one of the last places before crossing the French border. The village, on the river bank of the Semois, is only half an hour’s drive from Bouillon, a great city in the Belgian Ardennes, and is known for the Street Art Festival. The festival draws thousands of visitors each year. Chassepierre is the perfect departure point to start exploring the region of the Belgian Ardennes.

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