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Luxembourg and Dinant Full-Day Tour from Brussels
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Luxembourg and Dinant Full-Day Tour from Brussels

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Get more out of your time in Brussels by taking a day trip to another country—Luxembourg. Save time researching things to see and do, and enjoy a comprehensive guided sightseeing tour that covers top landmarks such as the Royal Palace of the Grand Duke and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. The tour also gives you the freedom to wander around Luxembourg’s Old Town independently. Please note that additional entry fees are at your own expense.
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Alexandra P wrote a review Aug 2020
Leuven, Belgium14 contributions6 helpful votes
The walk in the park is indicated with arrows, and it is a one-way course to follow. The walk is easily accessible, there are also a lot of stairs: first you climb a little bit, then you decend to the Lesse and then you climb back up again. When you get to the Lesse, there is a kind of take-away place for food and drinks and there is a very clean bathroom to use (free for all). It is a rather short walk (4 km) but ideal to make with children. Lots of shade as well. Not a lot of people in numbers but when compared to hiking in the area it was crowded in some places. Make sure to book online in advance, admission is 5 EUR.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Gwynnie wrote a review Jul 2020
Meerhout, Belgium31 contributions6 helpful votes
From arrival to the tiny cabin, getting warm-hearted introduction to the park to the walk itself with some prehistoric, Roman and medieval aspects combined with nature’s beauty of rocks, river and forest, to a lovely stop (wauw!!!) for a drink next to the river to the possibility to “explore” caves , to great sights ... this park has is all. Even on a rainy day it got us fully enthused. One thing preventing the 5 stars only: the number of visitors finding it perfectly normal to visit a nature’s reserve park with a dog. This truly can’t be the goal? It’s a wildlife reserve! And the walk is not really dog-proof. Unfortunately neither are my children who spend their walk anxiously looking over their shoulder to see if the dogs were approaching. To all the kind dog owners we meet everywhere: of course your and most dogs are truly kind, but that does not take away the fear for children.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Steted wrote a review Oct 2019
London15 contributions
Our family loved this walk (7yrs, 9yrs and 10yrs) - all the caves to explore and the track was uneven and steep in some parts which made it interesting/fun. Definitely recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Julian R wrote a review Sep 2019
32 contributions4 helpful votes
A nice ramble through the woody hillsides above the river. Well signed with information boards about the various neolithic, Roman and medieval remains. Note very steep paths and steps in places which might be slippery if wet. Took us about 90 mins so not a major hike but there is some climbing. Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Elyoan de Praga wrote a review Aug 2019
Prague, Czech Republic391 contributions61 helpful votes
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We started the day with this nice tour around the hills. It is really clean, sign are clear and the cave are nice surprises. Strongly recommended with kids with the lamp of your mobile. Explore them. Nice bar in the middle of the way where you meet the kayakistes.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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