Stavelot Abbey, tourism & culture space, non-profit organisation
Stavelot Abbey, a very old Benedictine abbey founded in 651 in the province of Liege, opens its doors to 3 extraordinary exhibitions:Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy Museum with a... Find out more...
The RAVeL by bike | The Autonomous Network of Slow Ways
- Bicycle touring
- International itineraries
- Regional itineraries
- The RAVeL network
- Itinerary intersections
- Routes and itineraries
The RAVeL network offers more than 1350 km of old Walloon railway lines and towpaths, that have been converted into paths reserved for cyclists, hikers, horse riders and persons with reduced mobility.
© WBT - Bruno d'Alimonte
Did you know that the RAVeL network is made up of no less than 45 itineraries? What's more, these greenways are progressively linked up to each other to give cyclists and bicycle tourists 9 regional and 4 international itineraries that cover the whole Walloon region.
Away from the dangers of traffic, this network guarantees safe, comfortable and gentle conditions to best discover Wallonia, its cities, its countryside and its preserved natural spaces.
Discover the RAVeL network all over Wallonia
Cycle along converted railway lines as you travel through our countryside, forests or nature parks, past our rivers and castles, in our most beautiful villages and in the heart of our towns and cities.
© Edith Frébutte
The Ravel or Autonomous Network of Hiking Tracks, invites you to discover regions in Wallonia and Brussels from a different angle from June 2016!Come and discover an itinerary...
A trip along a wonderful RAVeL route into the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, via the Mardasson Memorial and the exceptional Bastogne War Museum....
© Mottet MT Ourthet et Aisne
How beautiful River Ourthe is, as it wends it way across the plain around Melreux. Take advantage of the “Arrêt Vert” scheme to get here by train!...
Chemins du Rail
Founded in 1996, "Chemins du Rail" is an association that encourages the preservation and renovation of old railway lines to convert them into greenways. "Chemins du Rail" also offers a series of discovery routes, which you can explore by bike or on foot and are available to download for free (website in French only).