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Durbuy, Wallonia, Belgium

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Eat Wallonia

Durbuy, Wallonia, Belgium

Durbuy is a postcard-pretty town located on the edge of the Ardennes, on the banks of the Ourthe River. It’s a favourite of visitors to Wallonia, for its tiny cobbled streets and timber-frame houses. It was also the recipient of the prestigious EDEN prize for European Destinations of Excellence, in 2003. It can get rather crowded and touristy on a sunny Sunday, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t visit. In fact we have 7 great reasons to visit Durbuy, Belgium.

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Two foodie favourites from Dinant, Belgium

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Eat Wallonia

Not just a pretty face, Dinant has foodie secrets too…

As foodies in Belgium know, there’s much more to the country’s cuisine than chocolate and waffles. Each region has its own local specialties and the Walloon city of Dinant is no exception. A super-rich tart called Flamiche and super-hard cookies called Couques de Dinant are two local favourites you should try.

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L'Escargotiere de Warnant in Wallonia, Belgium

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Eat Wallonia

L’Escargotiere de Warnant in Wallonia, Belgium

When you think of farming in Belgium, you probably picture rolling fields of corn or maybe flat pastures filled with cows. You probably don’t imagine plastic greenhouses filled with planks of wood. But under those planks grows one of Wallonia’s most sustainable food sources – snails.

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