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Let the team at Wallonia-Brussels Tourism reveal to you all the delights that tourism in Belgium has to offer.
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Official Bikes Welcome label | Cycling and tourism in WalloniaFor a cyclist, choosing a Bikes Welcome establishment means choosing a place where you will have a great stop and where the hosts are happy to see you travelling Wallonia by bike. Find out more...
News• 29/07/2016 : Coming up in Brussels and Wallonia in the next few days
All you need to know about this week's events in Belgium in one place... request a programme! Find out more...
• 29/07/2016 : Cycling weekends and bicycle touring breaks in Wallonia
Make the most of tourism in Wallonia! Discover our all-in offers and book your cycling break to discover the south of Belgium on two wheels. Find out more...
• 24/06/2016 : Accommodation offers for Brussels this summer | Summer deals
Brussels' hotels are getting ready for the summer, with summer offers to let you make the most of your sunny break in the capital. Find out more...
• 12/05/2016 : Discount vouchers. The best way to enjoy tourism in Wallonia
Want to escape and discover Wallonia? Order our vouchers and enjoy discounts on your visits and getaways. Treat yourself to a cheap weekend. Find out more...
• 11/05/2016 : Your summer 2016 in Brussels: warm, fun and charming
What's on in Brussels this summer? Here are our suggestions for discovering the capital in your flip flops, shorts and straw hat. Find out more...
• 11/05/2016 : Wallonia with the family
Looking for family holiday ideas? Discover our suggestions for trips and stays in Wallonia, specially conceived with you and your children in mind. Find out more...
• 10/05/2016 : The RAVeL by bike | The Autonomous Network of Slow Ways
The RAVeL network offers more than 1350 km of old Walloon railway lines and towpaths, that have been converted into paths reserved for cyclists, hikers, horse riders and persons with reduced mobility. Find out more...