Wavre, the capital of the Walloon Brabant province in Belgium, is known as the "City of the Maca", referring to the statue of the small boy who tries to climb the wall of City Hall. Wavre is popular for its medieval Roman architecture and monuments. The Walibi amusement park, situated in the center of the town, is the largest water park in Belgium. ... Read more »
- Basilica Notre-Dame
- Church of St John the Baptist
- Wavre City Hall
- Enjoy fishing with the locals at the Fishing Center
- Spend time with your family in the midst of nature in Houbotte Park
- Visit the Museum of Archaeology to unveil Wavre’s archeological treasures
The best time to visit Wavre is from June to September, when the temperature rises to 23°C (73°F); winters are cold as the temperature falls to -1°C (30°F). January, the coldest month, receives the most rainfall (23 days on average).
Getting There & Around
Wavre is connected to other Belgium cities by well-developed highways; the A4, for example, links Luxembourg and Brussels to Wavre. The town’s railway station is Gare de Wavre. The nearest airport is Brussels Airport; transportation to town from the airport is by shuttle bus or taxi.
There are several inexpensive car hire companies available, but bicycling around town is also a good way to discover Wavre and get a taste of the local culture. Bus services are available for trips around the picturesque town.« Hide