Belgian Luxembourg

Belgian Luxembourg: the largest province in Luxembourg
  • Durbuy
  • Durbuy - Alleys
  • Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
  • Topiary Park - Durbuy
  • Topiary Park - Durbuy

Known as the “smallest city in the world”, the city of Durbuy fascinates and intrigues. It is true that it is a pleasure to walk in its historic center, which comprises small alleys that are each more attractive than the last, and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Its Topiary Park offers great views of the city and contains hundreds of plant sculptures.
  • Château Féodal - La Roche-en-Ardenne
  • La Roche-en-Ardenne
  • La Roche-en-Ardenne
  • Battle of the Bulge Museum

Another splendor of Belgian Luxembourg, Roche-en-Ardenne—nicknamed "the Pearl of the Ardennes"—is hidden in a loop of the Ourthe and is dominated by the remains of an old castle. Stroll through the particularly well-preserved ruins to better understand its history. Deeply marked by bombing during World War II, La Roche-en-Ardenne has a museum dedicated to these tragic events.
  • Euro Space Center
  • Euro Space Center
  • Euro Space Center

This region is also home to the largest theme park in Europe devoted to space and space exploration: the Euro Space Center. You will embark on an entertaining and fun discovery of the daily lives of astronauts to relive the great moments of space exploration.
  • Orval Abbey
  • Château de Bouillon

Although Belgian Luxembourg focuses on the present and the future with this tourist attraction, it does not forget its historical past, including Orval Abbey and Bouillon Castle, two jewels of tourism in Belgium.
  • Beer of Orval Abbey
  • Ardennes sausages
  • St Amour Jam

Considered a land of gastronomy and locally sourced produce, this region lives up to its reputation with its abbey beers and cheeses, charcuterie, chocolates, or jams. These taste discoveries are another way to learn about Belgian Luxembourg.