By car and motorbike
Trip - Land of Artists
Be carried away by the imagination and creativity of internationally-renowned Belgian artists on this 2-day trip, by car, and stay at the Dolce La Hulpe Brussels, a superb hotel set in the heart of the Sonian Forest.
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The Hergé Museum in Louvain-la-Neuve is a fascinating picture of the life and work of Hergé, the father of Tintin and Milou.More than 80 original drawings, 800 photos, documents and various objects have been collected in this audacious palace of light and magic.Its architect, Christian de Portzamparc, a poet of volumes and space, dreamed of an exceptional building for an exceptional heritage.Surprises are guaranteed with the multi-talented artist: graphic artist, publicist, caricaturist, script writer and painter in his leisure time, Hergé was all that and moreDiscover the fabulous career of one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.
The team of the Touist Office of Louvain-la-Neuve welcomes tou in the "Galerie des Halles".There you will be able to learn all about the history of Walloon Brabant’s youngest town. You will then be invited to view the model of the town to understand how it has evolved.Take inspiration from the many brochures provided and go to discover the numerous hidden treasures Has a temporary exhibition space and a store selling items such as T-shirts, books and equipment related to the town.It also suggests little games to do in town, ‘escape the city’ games, frisbee golf, routes around the town and much more besides.Themed guided tours are organised, don’t hesitate to come to learn more about the town and surrounding area.
Who could have guessed that in this chapel nestled in the heart of Ittre are 20 works by Marthe Donas, an internationally renowned Belgian artist... In the beautiful setting of the chapel of the ‘Sœurs de l’Enfant Jésus’, located in the heart of the village of Ittre, ten magnificent canvases by Marthe Donas are exhibited. The works of this principal Belgian representative of Cubism and the first Belgian abstract artist internationally recognised are known throughout the world, and the Museum of Ittre constitutes the greatest concentration of canvases by the artist collected to date.
1300 Wavre (Belgique)