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How to get here?

How to get in the Ardennes?


First of all, we would like to tell you: come as you are! But of course, this won’t help you to find the best way to get into this beautiful region. The Ardennes are situated in the green heart of Europe and are easily accessible from the major northern European cities, by train, car or plane. Once there, trade your cars for a bike, a horse or a hiking stick and the adventures will be even more intense!

By car


From Paris


Take direction Reims (A4) and then direction Charleville-Mézières (A34)



From Lille


Take direction Bruxelles (A27/E42)

then direction Liège/Charleroi (E42)

and direction Namur/Luxembourg (E411)


From Brussels


Direction Namur (E411/A4)

Then direction Luxembourg/Arlon/Marche jusqu’ à Bastogne (N4)


From Amsterdam


Direction Maastricht (A2 / E25) 

Then direction Liège /Verviers (E40/E42)

and thereafter direction Luxembourg /Houffalize (N62)


From Saarbrücken


Direction Luxembourg/Mannheim/Metz (A620)

Then direction Luxembourg /Metz (A8)

and therafter croix de Bettembourg (A13)

Direction Croix de Gasperich (A3)

then direction Trier/Ettelbruck (A1)

and Ettelbruck/Echternach (A7)


From Cologne


Direction Aachen (A4)

then Brussels/Liège (A44)


From London, via Calais


Direction Reims (A26),

then direction Charleville-Mézières (A34).


By Train


2h10, 3 direct trains per day

Then a train from Luxembourg till Ettelbruck (every 20 minutes)


Paris – Charleville-Mézières

TGV Est - 1h40, 2 direct trains per day



3h06, 2 direct trains per day

Then a train from Luxembourg till Ettelbruck (every 20 minutes)



1h10, 43 trains per day



1h20, 30 trains per day



1h40, 1 train every hour



1h, 10 trains per day


Other connections are available from the major cities of the Ardennes: Namur, Liège, Arlon, Charleville-Mézières,...

By boat


From the nord, via the Meuse.


From the south, via the Marne canal and then the Ardennes canal

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