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Oudenaarde

Oudenaarde, located on the banks of the Scheldt is a true city of art. Oudenaarde’s landmarks include the town hall with its five-story belfry, the 13th-century Cloth Hall and tapestries of Oudenaarde, the Church of St. Walburga with its carillon and the Church of Our Lady of Pamele.

Museums

Museum of Oudenaarde and the Flemish Ardennes

Through interactive media and special historical pieces visitors travel through time, from the Middle Ages through to today to discover the original exploration through the Flemish Ardennes.

Provincial Archaeological Museum

An archaeological site with the remains of an abbey of the Order of Saint Benedict, protected Bos t’Ename woods and a beautifully restored Saint Laurence church can all be found here.

Historical Routes

Flemish Ardennes cycle route

Cycling in the Flemish Ardennes, a beautiful region with fields, meadows, hills and beautiful panoramas.

Church of Our Lady of Pamele

A fine example of Scheldt-Gothic architecture, the church dates back to the 13th Century.

Begijnhof Oudenaarde

Enter a small earthly paradise in urban Oudenaarde – upon entering you will discover modest houses from the 17th century circling a beautiful courtyard with lush flower gardens, maintained to perfection.

Town Hall and Belfry

Three buildings on one – the town hall, the cloth hall and the belfry tower, recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The tourist office and the MOU museum are located here also – making a trip to the site unmissable.

Breweries

Liefmans Brewery

Founded in 1679, the brewery produces oud bruin and other Belgian beers. To this day, all Liefmans’ beers are fermented on-site – the ideal location due to its use of local waters – rich in iron and calcium.

Brewery Roman

As the oldest family brewery in Belgium, the Roman Brewery is known for its rich range of beers. These are brewed one by one in a traditional way, with traditional craftsmanship and a lot of love for the beer.

Smisje Brewery

Producing only 200 hectoliters per year, this make it one of the smallest Belgian craft breweries in existence.

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