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Motorbike itinerary, Mons to Chimay

Motorbike itinerary, Mons to Chimay
Credit : WBT - Mathieu Pecheur

Description

Wallonia's Greatest Hits
What to see? Madcap collection of ancient motorcycles at Mahymobiles, the Battle of Waterloo, and Chimay's street cricuit.

Where to ride? Nothern bends of the N529 to Waterloo, and the flat-out N589 cracker to Chimay.

-> Visitwallonia.be/bike

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Motorcycle
Difficulty
Easy
Duration
4h30mn (1d)
Dist.
234 km
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Starting point

7000 Mons
Lat : 50.45005Lng : 3.95678

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The Château de Beloeil estate, the Belgian Versailles

Built in the 14th century, this massive turreted chateau is surrounded by a wide moat connected to a series of lakes and channels which wind through one of the largest and most ornate French-style gardens in Belgium. Even better: you can jump on a small train to enjoy them in the most relaxing way. visitwallonia.com/en-gb/content/chateau-de-beloeil-estate

11 Rue du Château 7970 Beloeil
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Braine-l’Alleud - Battlefield and Domain of the Battle of Waterloo 1815

The Battle of Waterloo began on the morning of the 18th of June 1815. The French troops fought the British who were joined by the Prussian Army. The battlefield covers an area of just over 600 hectares of fields and meadows across the territories of the towns of Braine-l’Alleud, Genappe, Lasne and Waterloo. At the end of the fight, the French Army surrendered and retreated in chaos. The site is dominated by a monumental mound (the Lion’s Mound), topped with a cast iron sculpture of a lion, to commemorate the spot where the Prince of Orange is presumed to have been wounded on the 18th of June 1815. At its feet, The Domain of the Battle of Waterloo 1815 welcomes you. Guided by a virtual soldier of your favourite army, you’ll discover the mechanism which brings you inevitably to the heart of the battle, in a multisensory experience unique in Europe. Activities are planned during peak season, like a horse-drawn carriage which takes you to the Ferme d’Hougoumont – a major historical site on the battlefield, that showcases an interactive show “The Battle in the Battle”. Route du Lion 1815 • 1420 Braine-l’Alleud visitwallonia.com/en-gb/produit/attractions/activites/monument/lions-hamlet-visitors-centre-and-waterloo-battlefield/9245

317 Route du Lion 1410 Waterloo
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Eau d'Heure lakes | The biggest lake complex in Belgium

The Eau d'Heure 5 artificial lakes are a stunning preserved natural area and the largest nautical space in Belgium. Located between Charleroi, Philippeville and Beaumont, the Eau d'Heure lakes offer a wide range of activities and infrastructures that will delight athletes, families with children and nature lovers altogether. walloniabelgiumtourism.co.uk/en-gb/content/eau-dheure-lakes-biggest-lake-complex-belgium

Unnamed Road 5630 Cerfontaine
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Circuit de Chimay

Rue du Grand Prix des Frontières 6460 Chimay
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Chimay

visitwallonia.com/en-gb/3/where-to-go-in-wallonia/walloon-towns-and-cities/chimay

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Avenue Comte de Smet de Nayer, 14 5000 Namur Belgique

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We have no information on the difficulty of this circuit. You may encounter some surprises along the way. Before you go, please feel free to inquire more and take all necessary precautions. Have a good trip! 🌳🥾