Things to see and do - Waterloo
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Waterloo Travel guide
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From the 15C to the middle of the 17C a hamlet grew up on the road from Genappe to Brussels. A humble overnight halt, Waterloo only appeared on maps towards the end of the 17C. The settlement’s widespread fame is due to the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815, which marked the victory of the British, Dutch and Prussian allies over the armies of Napoleon, thereby finally ending his reign. Every five years a re-enactment takes place involving thousands of participants.
Tourist attractions Waterloo : Things to see and do
rte du Lion 315 B - 1410 Waterloo
Since 1815, the battlefield landscape has changed greatly and is now crossed by a motorway and trunk road. It is dotted with historical buildings and memorials, including the Lion Hill, Battle Panorama, Wax Museum or Napoleon's last HQ. There is a ba..
chaussée de Bruxelles B - 1410 Waterloo
This church opposite the museum was originally a forest chapel, built to a central plan in 1690. The chapel still stands and forms the entrance of the new church that houses many commemorative flagstones s bearing the names of officers and soldiers w..
chaussée de Bruxelles 147 (N5) B - 1410 Waterloo
This museum is housed in the old inn used as Wellington's headquarters. It contains the HQ itself, a display of Waterloo's history and a library. Engravings, weapons, paintings, documents and other artefacts recreate the Europe of 1815. The large wel..
Chaussée De Waterloo 212 B - 1640 Brussels
Résidence Brussels South offers accommodation in Waterloo on the edge of the Zoniënwoud, a 10-minute drive from famous Brussels Avenue Louise. It features a restaurant and rooms with a limited use of free WiFi. Guests are welcomed with a tea and cof..
Rue Sainte-Anne 59 B - 1410 Waterloo
Prix Prices from : 60 €
Just 20 km (12.4 miles) south of Brussels, located in the tranquil town of Waterloo in a residential area, is a friendly hotel offering cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. Spacious rooms have been comfortably furnished and are decorated with soothing pastel..
200G Chée de Bruxelles B - 1410 Waterloo
Set centrally, 200 metres from the main square in Waterloo, Le Côté Vert provides an elegant bar, an a-la-carte restaurant serving French and Belgian cuisine, and a gym. Free WiFi and free private parking are also available. Breakfast is served dail..
chaussée de Tervuren 178 B - 1410 Waterloo
A large restaurant and wine bar in Italian style. Grey and crimson coloured décor, with Verona and Carrare marble, and a large painting celebrating Italian opera.
chaussée de Bruxelles 200g B - 1410 Waterloo
Up-to-date cuisine served in a pleasant modern setting. Garden summer terrace overlooking fields of grazing cows.
chaussée de Bruxelles 389 B - 1410 Waterloo
The Six Colonnes seems to have been created with its clients' well-being in mind. This authentic brasserie is open seven days a week and all day long, so you can even get a snack in the afternoon. Seafood takes pride of place on the menu.
chaussée de Tervuren 198 B - 1410 Waterloo
This restaurant has a superb setting of high vaults and old brick columns. This goes well with the style of cooking, which also has its roots in the classical and regional tradition, while also cultivating the spirit of the times.
chaussée de Bruxelles 202 B - 1410 Waterloo
Momo la Crevette is a fairy tale. The chef intended to peacefully and unobtrusively finish his career here, but the general public decided otherwise. His authentic cuisine and reasonable prices have been attracting crowds, as have the ultra-fresh fis..
chaussée de Bruxelles 79 B - 1410 Waterloo
This simple and elegant little restaurant serves monkfish, loin of lamb, calf sweetbreads and foie gras. Quality ingredients and generous portions.