Panorama at the Battle of Waterloo battlefield
The panorama of the Battle of Waterloo, is an immense 110m x 12m circular painting portraying scenes from the battle fought on 18 June 1815.First unveiled in 1912, a central... Find out more...
Travel the Napoleon Trail in Wallonia
The Napoleon trail in Wallonia, is an almost 90km trail bursting with history and no less than 150 monuments and museums that evoke the journey of Emperor Napoleon to Waterloo.
Equipped with the presence of good signalling and applications for GPS and Smartphones, the trail invites you to experience the 1815 campaign, from start to finish, and feel on every leg of the journey, the build up to a battle which change the history of Europe.
Browse our interactive map below. You will find the towns and villages which marked this fabulous journey (red dots), as well as some unmissable sites to visit in Wallonia (green dots).
Take the Napolian trail with you on your bicycle or in your car
Hainaut Tourisme Rando also offers you 2 tourist itineraries that have been specially created to help you discover the Napoleon Trail by car or by bicycle via its web portal and mobile app.
The Eau d'heure lakes - La Plate Taille Visitors' Centre
The Wellington Museum in Waterloo
The Eau d'Heures Lakes, the Largest Lakes in Belgium
The Hanging Gardens in Thuin
Museum of Photography in Charleroi