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We had to drive there for over 2 hours but it is really worth the trip! Beautiful ruines with one of the most impressive churches i have seen. Interesting visit to the brew museum. Great bar with fooo and beers. Everything was excelent. Great eay...More
We arrives by bicycle and had a good view of the abbey complex, impressive Church and statue. The visit is 6 euros and includes the ruins but the Church, cheesemaking and brewery aren’t open to visitors. Lovely partially renovated abbey with informative panels. Stop at...More
I think I have been here 6-8 times over the past 20 years. When I arrived, I noticed an update in the room where I bought our senior admission tickets. I noticed that the restrooms were now modern--they even have heat. Two years ago that...More
The Abbaye d'Orval is a Christian monastery where the Orval beer is made. It is also famous for its refined architectural style and for its zen gardens. It is a very nice place to stay in silence for a few days at an affordable price...More
The abbey is in the middle of a forest, was destroyed 200 years ago and rebuilt again next to the original location. The old site is kept as historic heritage, some of the buildings have been restored to host a museum, others are left derelict...More
We visited the site last Saturday. The weather was rainy and gloomy - which was the perfect condition for immersing yourself in the Medieval atmosphere. The place is unique both for sentimental and historical reasons. The exhibition is excellent, but so is the brewery!
It's a very beautiful abbay in the border of Belgium, Luxembourg and France. It's nice to have an idea how the best beer in the world (at least for me) is brewed. It sells beer and cheese (which is also delicious).
We visit this monestary, monks who make a good beer and cheese. This food and drink; is hard to find in all Belgium shop. Buy if you can. Monestry is not like any other;mark and sign of history are all to visit. entrance to pay.