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TAXI:

Taxi - to the airport Charleroi Brussels SOUTH
Taxi - to the airport Brussels International Zaventem
Taxi - in the area of Wavre and to go to the city center of Brussels

Culture:

columban.be - Espace Columban

Golf :

bawette.mygolf.be - The golf is set deep within the Brabant Walloon woodlands and valleys and is a stone’s throw away from Wavre. The back nine is quite challenging with water, lots of trees and hilly terrain.

golfdubercuit.be - This is a stunning course set within a large residential estate. There are some very challenging holes on this impressive course, especially on the hilly back nine. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr.

golflln.com - This international golf course is located in a wonderful wooded area. The club has a golf school with training facilities and 4 holes for beginners. The course is open and slightly undulating with bunkers and stretches of smooth water.

Museums:

opt.be - Belgian Tourist Office

Hergé Museum - The Hergé Museum is open throughout the year and aims to cater for and captivate not only the most fervent Tintinologists but also those who are simply curious; adults and children alike.

Le Cercle Historique, Archéologique et Généalogique de Wavre et du Brabant wallon - Little castle in a park, built at the end of the 19th century. Archeological department: material coming from regional excavations. Historical department: objects on local history. Traditional department: objects on folklore and everyday life. Genealogical department: numerous copies of parish registers and the registry office, old maps,...

Druivenmuseum - Grape Museum A tour through the Druivenmuseum gives you a peek into the origins of growing grape plant and the process of wine making. You will get to learn about how the grape vines were first found and the intriguing grape culture. If you are a lover of wine, Druivenmuseum is a must go for you.

Archery Museum - This small museum, located in the premises of the archery club of Rixensart Ste Croix (vertical archery) houses a collection of more than 1000 items, such as various documents, pictures, old arrows, cups, etc. You can practice vertical archery.

Water and Fountain Museum - Come and discover or rediscover the charms of our fountains of yesteryear in the Water and Fountain Museum. Discover among the collections the history of water distribution and that of fountains. Be aware of the importance of water in our everyday life.

Jacobinahof – 18th century farm house

Museum of Louvain La Neuve - University museum accessible to the public. Permanent art collections: sculptures from the Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Baroque; "arts premiers" (Africa, Oceania); rich collection of prints from the Renaissance until now (Dürer, Rembrandt, Goya, Picasso...); 20th century Belgian painting (Magritte, Delvaux, Van Lint, Alechinsky...); international naive art collection (Poland, Croatia, Haiti, Israel...). Dialogue space. Temporary exhibitions.

Arts & Sports in Blocry - On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, in 1997, the sports complex of Blocry opened in its corridors a permanent museum of sport and comic strip.
Thanks to more than 40 works in showcases, reproductions and frescos decorating the corridors, the sports complex has become a real living place.

Folon Foundation - Created and thought out by Jean-Michel Folon in the Ferme du Château de la Hulpe, the Folon Foundation presents more than forty years of creation, in a lively and original scenery. The artist opens his life's book here... Throughout the pages, the visitor discovers the multiple aspects of his art and his universe among the 300 exhibited works: aquarelles, screen prints, etchings, posters, objects, church-windows, sculptures... Music, films, optical effects animate an interactive trail, open to a large public. A space for temporary exhibitions will unveil other aspects of Jean-Michel Folon's works, as well as the creations of modern or contemporary artists.

M Museum - M - Museum Leuven, opened its doors in September 2009. The impressive, streamlined museum building, situated in the heart of the city, is a real eye-catcher. The complex as a whole, designed by renowned Belgian architect Stéphane Beel, integrates existing historical buildings with contemporary architecture built around a stately old oak in a peaceful interior court. From the roof of the museum, you have a splendid view of the city. A must-see on your journey of discovery in Leuven!

Suikermuseum Sugarmuseum – Learn all about sugar.

Wellington Museum Waterloo - People come from all over the world to find out about the events of 18th June 1815. This was the battle that brought an end to the 22 years of war of the Revolution and of the Empire. From now on Europe would know a relative peace. In 1815, the former Bodenghien inn, a building dating from 1705 that now houses the Wellington Museum, was a coaching inn. This vast construction was chosen by the British Military as headquarters for all the army staff. The Duke of Wellington, commander-in-chief of the allied armies, stayed here on the nights of 17th and 18th June 1815.

Waterloo Battlefield - Situated close to Brussels, the Waterloo Battlefield has been preserved almost as it was in 1815. Come and find out about the course of this great battle from European history which pitted Napoleon’s troops against those of Wellington and Blücher. Take your place on the “Battlefield Tour” with sound effects and relive the great moments of the battle on site. Discover the Panorama: a huge 360° fresco of the battle. On 18 June each year, there is a grand historical reconstruction and every weekend in the summer, military events are held in period costume. A great, lively historical site.

Tha cave of Han - These caves thoroughly deserve their 3-star rating in the Michelin guide: entry aboard a 100-year-old tram, multilingual guided tours, sound and light show and exit along the underground river.

Africa Museum - If you would like to dive into an African atmosphere, you are at the right place in the Museum for Central Africa of Tervuren, inside a beautiful park. The African Continent in all its aspects. You'll notice its rich culture thanks to a unique collection of statues, masks, general objects and musical instruments. Those of you with scientific interest can go to the halls of history, archaeology, economy, geology, agriculture and also zoology. Also not to be missed are the temporary exhibitions and the different workshops and active tours for children and youth.

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Detailed Hotel Information

Hotel Address & Contact Information:
Wavre Hotel***
DATAWAVRE S.A.
Rue du Manil 91
Wavre B-1301, Belgium
T +32(0)10.24.33.34
F +32(0)10.24.36.80
ING bank : Iban BE 92310169258723 • swift (BIC) BBRUBEBB
TVA - BTW BE 0860.905.979
reception@wavre-hotel.be

reservation@wavre-hotel.be
www.wavrehotel.be

Hotel Detailed Information:
Number of Guest Rooms: 75
Number of Floors: 3
Check-In: 14:00 p.m.
Check-Out: 12:00 a.m.
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Time Zone: Greenwich Mean Time +1
Hotel Rating: 3 Star
Pet Policy: Pets allowed (€ 10 per pet), some restrictions apply
Child Policy: For every two paying adults, one child 8 and under sharing parent’s room is free.
Meeting Space: 3 meeting rooms accommodates up to 120 people

Hotel Amenities:
Wireless internet
Breakfast buffet
Restaurant “Au Plaisir d’y être” & Bar
Multilingual staff (Dutch, French, German, English, Italian)
Guest laundry
Elevator
Restaurant advice and booking
Taxi request
Babysitting on request
Ice/vending machine
Safe deposit box at the reception
Concierge
24-hour front desk
Private parking for car and coach
Garden with terrace

Business Services
Meeting facilities - 3 meeting rooms
Fax services
Photocopy services