In the Middle Ages, Bouillon was a lordship within the Duchy of Lower Lorraine and the principal seat of the Ardennes-Bouillon dynasty in the 10th and 11th century. In the 11th century they dominated the area, and held the ducal title along with many other titles in the region. Bouillon was the location of the ducal mint and the dominant urban concentration in the dukes’ possession.
In the southern Lorraine part of Belgian, we prepared another road-book through the forests, small pittoresk villages and beautiful sceneries. It takes you also to different small places, god forgotten, where you can have lunch, listening to the sound of the streaming river passing your tables. The hotel is situated above the city of Bouillon, where you can have breakfast admiring the beautiful view.
All prices are included, hotel, nights, breakfast, road-book, dinners. Please inform by email for a custom-made package.
Optional – there ‘classic’ cars available.