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Known as the Pearl of the Semois valley, Bouillon is without doubt the most important and most attractive tourist centre of the Semois valley. Its fortified medieval castle, perfectly preserved, continues to watch over the town.

Miles of way-marked paths invite the visitor to discover the valley and its steep slopes.

Getting There:

The best way to get to Bouillon is to drive by taking route E411/A4 in the direction of Namur-Arlon. For information on traveling to Bouillon by public transportation, please visit Bouillon Tourism.


Bouillon Must-Sees

Castle of Bouillon

The castle-fortress of Bouillon, whose construction started in the 8th century, is one of the most ancient and interesting remains of feudalism in Belgium.

Overhanging the Semois river, it is characterized by its numerous corridors and vaulted halls.

Open every day

The archeoscope of Godefroid de Bouillon

It has brought together the best in technology and production to recreate the first Crusade in the company of Duke Godfrey of Bouillon, Peter the Hermit and thousands of men making their way to Jerusalem.

The Brewery of Bouillon

Le marche de Nathalie is the only place where beer is brewed in Bouillon. That is not its only originality of course. The brewery is situated in a shop that sells over 300 different types of Belgian beers of which three are brewed on the spot: Cuvée de Bouillon - Bouillonnaise and Médiévale. 22, Grand Rue.


Where to Eat in Bouillon
Hotel-Restaurant Cosy (Bouillon)
Auberge de la Ferme (Rochehaut-sur-Semois near Bouillon) Auberge Du Moulin Hideux(Noirefontaine near Bouillon)

Au Gastronome (Paliseul near Bouillon)

Hostellerie Le Prieure de Conques(Sainte-Cecile near Bouillon)

La Bicoque (Transinne near Bouillon)

La Table de Maxime (Our near Bouillon)


Other Places of Interest

Animal Park of Bouillon

On a trail of 2 km you can discover about 60 different species: local fauna, but also from other countries and continents: stags, boars, deer, lynx, wolves, brown bears, reindeer, waterbuck... New: tigers.

Also nearby: Redu, the Book Town