L'Odace

30 Place Roi Albert 1er, Rochefort, 5580, Belgium
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Travel Tips for Rochefort

Walk through Rochefort...

by himalia11

... and take a look on the interesting houses!

There are several nice houses in Rochefort. Just walk around, and you'll find them. This one is the Hotel de Ville (townhall), build 1862, and can be found at the main street. Also, you'll find lots of stone houses, which is typical for this region.

Rochefort

by kbl

We disliked Rochefort (the town centre of it anyway) a lot.

Main street is a rather narrow street with no place for pedestrians at all. The local pubs are so touristic that, if you ar e not forced to, entering them is not really an option if you are looking for a comfortable and enjoyable place.

We walked around for more then an hour and decided then to get back to the car and leave here. We'll retry this summer.

Rochefort, you've got six months to work on your ambiance.

To visit in the neighbourhoud:
Han-sur-Lesse
Villers-sur-Lesse

Rochefort

by himalia11

Rochefort is situated in the Belgian Ardennes and is a nice lively village. In fact it's a commune that consists of several villages, from which Han-sur-Lesse with its cave is the most famous one.

We found Rochefort to be an optimal starting point for our excursions in the Ardennes - for instance to Dinant, Bouillon, La-Roche-en-Ardenne or to the caves of Hotton. But of course, Rochefort itself also has several attractions:
- The ruins of the castle of the Counts
- The cave of Lorette
- The tourist train which takes you on a city tour
- Park des Roches, with minigolf & open air swimming pool, playground etc.
- The Ravel, a former railway line between Rochefort and Houyet which has
been converted to a path for walking and cycling
- The cave of Han, Wildlife Resort, Museum of the underground world (in Han
sur Lesse)
- The Gallo-Roman Archaepark of Malagne (in Jemelle)
- Feudal castle and museum (in Lavaux-Ste-Anne)

For more information on Rochefort, visit the homepage of Rochefort or better the one of the Lesse valley, where you can download several tourist publications.

The Ardennes, survivalsports in the Benelux

by Pavlik_NL

"Rochefort, straight in the centre of green hills"

The Ardennes are for the Dutch the most closeby hills and frequently visited by them. Our Limburgian province is penetrating deep into these halfmountains and already shows a a-typicle Dutch landscape with foresty hills and green sloops. Liege (Luik) is the gateway for us to this land of sportive opportunities. Biking, hiking, canoeing, rockclimbing and - somewhat more exclusive - speleology, are some of the many activities that this area is perfect for. It seems that all villages in the valleys have a castle or ruine of it on top of a hill nearby. Rochefort - in the centre of the Ardennes - holds a rather big one that is still rather intact. Furthermore, the Ardennes are famous for it's rivers that run wild. The wet season, rafting, kayaking and canoeing give thrilling rides on the white waters. Top-touristic caverns are the ones at Remouchamps, Han-sur-Lesse and Rochefort. What wonders are to be found beneath our feet?!? However, many more not publically open cavern are to be discovered if you find a professional guide and you dare to take this adventure. Some are to be entered through a waterfall that suddenly disappears into the ground and through a deep pit of sand you get lost in an amazing world of stalactites and stalacmites, but don't get lost!!!
The Ardennes has - besides the medieval castles - also more recent history. During world-war II the last attempt of Hitler to turn the tide that ruined his plans was here: the Ardennes-offensive. Around Bastogne you can see everything about this fierce (tank)battle that the allied forces won and brought the end of the war closer.

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