How getting there?
The Province for Walloon Brabant is located about half an hour from Brussels and is easily accessible by plane, by train or by car.
The welcome desk of the Maison du Tourisme is located at:
Napoleon’s Last Headquarters (Dernier Quartier Général de Napoléon)
Chaussée de Bruxelles, 66
We welcome you every day, except on January 1st and December 25th.
From April 1st to September 30th, from 9:30 am to 6 pm.
From October 1st to March 31st, from 10 am to 5 pm.
The headquarters and offices of the Maison du Tourisme are located in Wavre.
Many roads easily reach the Walloon Brabant. The motorway network is free in Belgium.
A4/E411 : Brussels – Luxemburg : Exits 3 to 11
A7/E19 : Amsterdam – Brussels – Mons – Paris : Exits 18 to 22
A3/E40 : Ostende – Brussels – Liège : Exit 26
A8/E429 : Hal – Tournai – Lille : Exits 23-24
R0 (Ring) : Exits 23 to 28
By train or by bus
Walloon Brabant Province is served by numerous train lines. You can find the nearest train stations from your destination on the Belgian Railway website.
Different high speed trains reach Brussels every day (30 minutes from Walloon Brabant). Either you come from Great Britain, France, the Netherlands or either from Germany, the Eurostar, Thalys, TGV, TGV, ICE, EC, IC allow you to reach Brussels South or Brussels Central Stations.
By bus: from train stations, there are different connexions available. More info : Le TEC Brabant wallon.
The nearest airports are Brussels, Charleroi, Liège and Lille (France):
Brussels Airport: 30 km – 20 minutes.
Brussels South Charleroi Airport: 50 km – 40 minutes.
Liège Airport: 80 km – 1h.
Lille-Lesquain in France: 140 km – 1h30.
By rental car
You can easily rent a car in the Walloon Brabant or from Brussels.
www.happycar.fr (comparateur de prix)
Below you will find the various tourist spots in Walloon Brabant that have one or more parking areas for motorhomes. These pitches can be used for the duration of your visit. However, if you wish to stay for several days, please book in at one of the campsites in Wallonia with suitable pitches for your campervan.
- Villers-la-Ville Abbey : 1 to 9 pitches
- Bois des Rêves : more than de 20 pitches
- Napoléon Last HQ : 1 to 3 pitches
- Waterloo 1815 Memorial: more than 20 pitches
- Walibi/Aqualibi : more than 20 pitches (Overnight stay allowed, but payment for parking)
- Town of Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve : more than 20 pitches (Boulevard de Lauzelle)
- Town of Nivelles : 1 to 9 pitches (Avenue de la Tour de Guet)
- Town of Waterloo : 1 to 9 pitches (rue F. Libert)
- Town of Wavre : 1 to 9 pitches (Parking de la Sucrerie)
- Camping Au Val Tourinnes : 1 to 9 pitches (paid parking)
What if you’d like to discover the Walloon Brabant by bike? You can rent out bikes for a couple of hours, for a day or even more.
Information : Walloon Brabant Bike Services/Maison des Cyclistes du Brabant wallon
Place de la Gare 2 – 1340 Ottignies
+32 (0) 10 40 15 13