ASSOCIATION OF TOURIST GUIDES OF ENGHIEN
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Our guides propose to discover together with them this city with numerous treasures, and to unveil to you the local history.
In the Baroque Park, "Patrimony of Wallonia", visitors can marvel at pavilions, ancient stables, restored gardens and majestic alleys.
The route of the chapel is a proof of the great families that succeeded one another ever since the Middle Ages. The present castle, in neoclassical style, was built by the Empain family, who still live there.
Ancient medieval site where some beautiful buildings of that time can still be found. The church of Saint-Nicolas conceals a magnificent altarpiece from the 16th C. At Marcq, some 2 km from Enghien, you have the chance to visit a very picturesque rural centre and a farm-museum.
Guided tours are in French and in Dutch, if necessary English or German is possible.
For group visits, please contact the Tourist Office, Parc 5 - tel.00 32 2 397 10 20 or 00 32 2 395 48 84, or contact them by mail.
For a guided tour "nature": tel (0)2 3954629, at M. Mouligneaux Jean.
A walk with the entire family or by yourself: get in touch with the reception of the Parc, at Petit Parc, and ask for the audio-guide. Tel (0)2 397 10 20.
You want to extend your holiday? No problem, a hotel and guest rooms are at your disposal. Tel (0)2 397 10 20.
To get to Enghien take the A8 (E249): exit 25, 26, 27.
The station of Enghien is at a 10 minute walk from the city centre.
Tourist information on the town ENGHIEN
Visit our partners' webpages
- The Mundaneum - The Wallonia-Brussels Federation's Archive Centre
- International Carnival and Mask Museum, Binche
- Espace Chimay - beer and cheese interpretation centre
- The Eau d'Heures Lakes, the Largest Lakes in Belgium
- Ronquières Inclined Plane