Things to see and do - Arlon
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Arlon Travel guide
Arlon : Michelin's recommendations
The old hilltop town of Arlon is the capital of Belgian Luxembourg. In Roman times, it was a major town on the road from Rheims to Trier. It was fortified in the late 3C and retains several Roman ruins, despite the ravages of fire and war through the ages.
Tourist attractions Arlon : Things to see and do
r. des Martyrs 13 B - 6700 Arlon
This museum contains fine regional archaeological and ethnographic collections. The outstanding Gallo-Roman lapidary section includes a unique set of funerary monuments and fragments of secular buildings. Do not miss the magnificent Travellers relief..
r. St-Donat B - 6700 Arlon
The hilltop St Donat's Church is crowned by a belvedere that provides a view of the town's slate roofs, St Martin's Church and a panoramic view of parts of Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Germany (viewing tables).
Grand-Place B - 6700 Arlon
This tower was part of the ramparts, which were built with large foundations made up of fragments from demolished buildings, including magnificent low-reliefs that can now be seen in the Musée luxembourgeois. One of these sculptures, depicting Neptun..
av. de la Gare 85 B - 6700 Arlon
Bronze coloured hues, designer furniture and crisp white tablecloths paint the picture of this particularly pleasant establishment in the heart of Arlon. The food is excellent (up-to-date menu) and the service faultless.
Burewee 26 B - 6700 Toernich
A village that has kept its rural character provides the setting for this typical old house where guests dine in a neo-rustic décor. Updated menu, front and back terraces.
Chemin du Peiffeschof 111 B - 6700 Arlon
Pretty, modern bistro whose classic yet contemporary menu has a regional touch and is written on a large board. Inviting two-course lunch with optional dessert. Pretty wooded terrace beside the garden.