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    Central banks have a special place in the economy. Maintaining stable prices and a reliable financial system are of the upmost importance to them. By using the latest multimedia, interactive games and the history of the means of payment, these subjects are presented in the museum in an engaging way. 

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    De Neckstraat 20, 1081 Brussel (Koekelberg)

    In Belgian Chocolate Village, gelegen in de art-deco fabriek Victoria, vindt u een interactief chocoladeparcours, een tropische serre en ontmoet u een chocolatier. Het scenografische parcours met audiogids in 7 talen toont elke fase van de productie van chocolade,
    de gebruikswijzen, de geschiedenis, de heilzame effecten, de economie en de diversiteit.

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    Kruineikestraat 5a, 3150 Tildonk

    You can read diaries, follow your troop movements, and empathise with the inhabitants of the monastery and the village during the Great War during your visit to the ‘14–‘18 Experience Centre. This fascinating exhibition has been expanded with stories from current affairs. Discover the portraits and stories of war refugees.

    It will definitely be worth your while...

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    Werkhuizenkaai 163, 1000 Brussel

    Indoor adventure park Koezio in Brussels increases the cohesion within a group!

    In the indoor adventure park Koezio (say Ko-wa-ze-o) at the shopping center Docks Bruxsel, you can now get a training as a special agent in a converted 6000 square meter space!

    For two hours, your endurance, intelligence, courage and team spirit will be challenged to complete the journey through four districts: a mysterious labyrinth, a machine room with giant modules, an escape room and finally a dizzying trail at 12 meters height. No fear: what matters is 'being together' and increasing cohesion within a group.

    Koezio is accessible for both young and old and from 2 players to .. Note: For safety reasons you must be 1 meter 40!

    Koezio has meeting rooms, a dining room and a lounge for an aperitif or meal after your mission.

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    Coupure Rechts 2A, 9000 Gent

     Stand at the helm of a minerva boat or luxury sloop.

    Go boating on the touristic Leie with your friends, colleagues or relatives for just a couple of hours or maybe all day long. You’ll peacefully pass beautiful gardens as well as the painter’s villages St.-Martens-Latem and Deurle. Every day a few cabrio boats, family boats and luxury sloops can explore the historic center of Ghent. Due to heavy boat traffic experience is recom-mended. Therefore everybody has to navigate first on the Leie and only then in the center of Ghent.

    Our boats are designed to be easily operable and comfortable:

    • Standard boats/cabrio boats up to 4 passengers,

    • Luxury sloops up to 5, 6, 10, 12 passengers

    • Very simple to operate

    • No boating license or experience required (min. age 18)

    • No floodgates or swing bridges on the route

    • Pets are not allowed on the boats

    • Qualified staff on site to provide you with all necessary information, advice and directions.


    You can find us at the Minerva port, at the corner of Coupure and Lindenlei.


     reservation required

    Tel. : 0032(0)9/233 79 17


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    Lotsestraat z/n, 1650 Beersel

    The moated castle of Beersel is one of the few exceptionally well-preserved examples of medieval fortifications in Belgium. It remains pretty much as it must have appeared in the late 15th century. Over the course of the centuries, this moated castle has had a very eventful history. Visitors experience at first hand what it must have felt like to live in a heavily fortified castle in medieval times.
    In 1999, the municipality of Beersel acquired the castle on lease from a national heritage foundation, the Koninklijke Vereniging der Historische Woonsteden van België (Royal Association of Historic Cities and Gardens in Belgium). The municipality aims to carry out repairs, renovations and upgrades to the castle. Since 2003 the castle has been undergoing a series of restoration campaigns.

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    Gemeenveldstraat 1, 1652 Alsemberg

    Discover, taste and learn all the secrets of lambic beers from the Senne valley and the Pajottenland!

    Visitor Centre ‘De Lambiek’ in Alsemberg is the ideal starting point for an instructive discovery tour along the breweries and blenderies in our region. Come in to sample the spontaneously fermented lambic beer, which has been brewed according to the same traditional methods for centuries. Matured in wooden barrels, lambic is the result of traditional techniques and expertise found nowhere else in the world. With their colours, flavours and scents, lambic-style beers are a source of refined pleasure and a perfect companion for moments of pure conviviality. A fascinating film on the brewing process immerses you in the history of this unique beer full of character!

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    Balenbergstraatje 11, 3128 Baal

    The Balenberg is a legendary place. Not only because it’s part of the annual Sven Nys Grand Prix, but mainly because the master himself dashed up and down these hills as a child. You can still see him racing around here in his free time. No wonder Sven chose the top of the hill as the location for his Cycling Center.

    It’s quite a spot! The Sven Nys Cycling Center is an excellent place to experience and to learn about off-road cycling.


    The experience center is the heart of the Sven Nys Cycling Center. You walk under championship jerseys from one historic cycling moment to another victory. Take a peek into the camper where the brothers Toon and Thijs Aerts prepare for a race. Have a go yourself at finding out how far you can cycle through the sand pit. Experience exactly what it’s like for supporters along the sidelines.

    Match the right tyre tread to the right surface. Or take a ‘mud selfie’ with Sven in our photo booth.

    The Cycling Center focuses on more than just cyclo-cross racing. The experience center pays tribute to all off-road cycling disciplines. You’ll learn all about mountain biking, cyclo-cross, trial bike, and BMX.

    You’re coming with a group? A guided tour will give your visit an extra dimension.


    The experience center explains the theory, but you should really try putting it into practice outside. Different courses, constructed against the slopes of the Balenberg, do credit to the four cycling disciplines.

    Try the famous Grand Prix Sven Nys cyclo-cross track, where Belgium’s best cyclo-crossers compete every year on New Year’s Day. A tough, single-track mountain bike course winds between the trees. Try your tricks on the BMX freestyle track or, for daredevils, on the rock garden and dirt line. And young kids can cut loose on the pump track. Sounds too challenging? It doesn’t have to be. Even without experience or lots of lung capacity, there are plenty of possibilities. And to top things off… all these courses are accessible all year round for free.

    Rent a sturdy mountain bike or a real cyclo-cross bike. Bikes are available in all shapes and sizes. Was the course muddy? The center has a bike hose-down area and changing rooms with shower stalls.

    A beautiful footpath winds through the site for those who prefer something calmer and want to enjoy the natural beauty.


    The terrace of the Café Velo looks out over the cyclo-cross track on the slopes of the Balenberg. It’s the perfect place to relax after your visit, bike ride, walk, or cyclo-cross adventure. Replenish the calories you burned with healthy dishes from the menu.


    A cyclo-cross athlete will not get into shape by just training in the field. Athletes like Sven Nys spend much of their training time on the road in order to increase their endurance levels. As it turns out, Sven lived and trained in a beautiful region - Hageland!

    Sven Nys has drawn up a 93-km road loop that takes hardy cyclists past his favourite training tracks. You’ll ride through the loveliest landscapes in Hageland, traverse pleasant villages, and discover Hageland’s vineyards. Be prepared for a few serious calf-killers. Feel free to take a break from time to time, especially when you come across all those special places of interest.


    A hilly region where wine slopes and fruit orchards colour the landscape, strewn with rural villages and surprising provincial towns. A bike ride or walk through Hageland is always a pleasant surprise.

    The Balenberg and the Sven Nys Cycling Center is literally and figuratively the high point of many walking and cycling routes. It links up with the Flemish Brabant cycling network, Sport Vlaanderen’s mountain bike track, and several walks in the area. The Balenberg is a tourist attraction for every cyclist and hiker in Hageland.

    You don’t need a racing bike or mountain bike to enjoy this lovely piece of Hageland. Discover the region via four recreational cycling circuits, each with their own accents, along the nodes of the Flemish Brabant Cycling Network. These cycling circuits take you from Leuven and Aarschot to the Balenberg.


    Are you planning on purchasing a new mountain bike or cyclo-cross bike? Good advice and an extensive test ride are very important. The Trek Test Center allows you to try out various models at the Sven Nys Cycling Center.

    The test bikes are skilfully measured and set up by Tony De Haes, the manager of the Trek Test Center. Tony used to be one of Sven Nys’ trusted mechanics during the mountain bike season, so he knows his business!