3 accommodations in Eigenbrakel

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Hotel Le 1815 in Waterloo Hotel
Distance: 2,9 km8.3
Hotel Le 1815
Route du Lion 367, Waterloo


Grange de Pierrot in Braine-l'Alleud Vacation home
Distance: 1,7 km9.1
Grange de Pierrot
Rue Pergère 55, Braine-l'Alleud

La Grange de Pierrot: Comfortable rooms near Waterloo, 15 minutes from the station. Historic charm, modern amenities, perfect for work or sightseeing.

Domaine de la Faisanderie - Nuits insolites in Braine-l'Alleud Vacation home
Distance: 4,2 km10
Domaine de la Faisanderie - Nuits insolites
Rue d'Odeghien 200, Braine-l'Alleud

Domaine de la Faisanderie: Luxury and sustainability near Brussels. Spend the night in an eco-friendly cabin near the iconic Hallerbos. Perfect for nature lovers!

Information about Eigenbrakel

Braine-l'Alleud, known in French as Braine-l\'Alleud, is a city located in the Walloon Brabant region of Belgium. The city is located approximately 20 kilometers south of Brussels and is best known for its proximity to the historic Waterloo battlefield. Braine-l'Alleud offers visitors the opportunity to explore the famous Lion's Mound and visit the museum that commemorates the infamous 1815 battle. In addition to the historic sights, the city is characterized by a charming mix of modern amenities and traditional Belgian architecture.

The city offers a range of cultural activities, ranging from local markets to music and theater performances, with democratic access for locals and visitors alike. Braine-l'Alleud has several parks and green spaces, ideal for relaxation and recreation. Accessibility is excellent, with good connections to city centers in the region and a frequent train and bus service connecting the city with the rest of Belgium. All these features make Braine-l'Alleud an attractive destination for tourists interested in both culture and history.