Marche-en-Famenne is situated in the Wallonian region, between the valleys of the Lesse and Ourthe rivers. This regenerated town, in close proximity to Brussels, Maastricht and Liege is today a thriving economic zone. The municipality consists of the town of Marche along with 12 surrounding villages. Combining rural traditions with a vibrant urban feel, the destination offers a unique blend of the old and new. The town of Marche is known for its stunning architecture, museums and historical churches. Strolling through the old town is an absolute must and a perfect way to discover more about the region’s history.
In the middle of three different natural regions (Famenne, Ardenne and Condroz), the area also offers ample opportunities to get away from city life. Cycling and hiking are just two of the many options for those seeking an active holiday.
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Viroinval Nature Park
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