Bouillon, situated on the banks of the Semois, will delight tourists who love history and nature. The magnificent castle, set on a craggy rock, was the home of Godefroid de Bouillon before he set off on the Crusades. This is not the only link between history and Bouillon. The castle’s story spans a millennium: it’s the oldest vestige of feudalism in Belgium and one of the most remarkable fortresses in Europe. A journey through time can be supplemented by a visit to the Ducal Museum and the Archeoscope.