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Little Trains Of The Ardennes

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2T16440

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

4 days

4 Days Away - 2023

Attention! Tout à board pour les Ardennes! Journey with us to a forest wonderland, stretching through four countries, a region famous for its rolling valleys, meandering rivers, and historic railways. Step aboard an authentic 1950s’s steam train, surrounded by the beautiful Bocq valley in Belgium. Discover the charming Three Valleys steam railway and enjoy picturesque sights from Mariembourg to Treignes. With included visits to the historic city of Lille and town of Ypres, this is set to be an exciting and inspiring adventure!

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Belgian Ardennes - Carousel

Lille Carousel

Brussels Carousel

Namur Carousel



Lille is a vibrant yet cultural city with plenty to offer our coach passengers from museums exploring the artistic side of this beautiful location such as the Hospice Comtesse Musuem, Metropole Museum of Modern, Contemporary & Outsider Arts and the most famous, Palais des Beaux – Arts de Lille coupled with fantastic shopping opportunities for all visitors.

This cultural hub and bustling university town was once an important operator of the French Flanders with many of the Flemish influences remaining, from its varied cuisines and architecture.



Also known as the capital of Europe, Brussels is a prestigious city offering a wide range of attractions to be enjoyed on our coach breaks, all historical, political & modern from the heritage of its vast range of museums and political venues to spectacular events and festive celebrations.

An unmistakable symbol of Brussels and Belgium is the brilliant craftsmanship of the Atomium – a model of an elementary iron crystal atom enlarged 165 billion times, whereby you can walk through the tunnels and spheres of the atom, devoted to science, design and society.

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