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Abbaye de Villers, Villers-la-ville

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • How wonderful that this magical place bathed in sunlight cloudy autumn rays falling in large curtains through the windows of the Abbey! We would sing the monks and rustled their Brown robes, ringing the Bell of the nearby dining hall. It is here that one can say really, in memory of Baudelaire: "o time, suspend your flight..."! He who has ears to hear and eyes to see, the souls of those who have lived and worked in this place is always present to us a moment of happiness in this world of terror! A heart Villersoise, A.D.
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  • We saw it twice, yesterday the last time and previously 2 years ago. The visit path has been renovated and the mixture of modern intervention (lifts, visual explanations, computers) with the old abbey...  read more »
  • A lot of events, concert, pieces of theater in this place rich in history that make yet most moving events...
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  • Beautiful abbey ruins mixed with nature These abbey ruins made for a beautiful stroll on a shiny day. There is a large car park in front of the abbey ("Avenue Georges Speechaerts"). The entry fee is 6 euros (adult). They organise a game in march: the QR Code game: a thief has robbed an artifact: to catch him you will have to search every nook and cranny of the abbey, using your mobile phone de decipher the clues he left behind. There are table for picnics inside the abbey. Once outside, you can go for a walk: numerous marked paths are available: better to ask in the abbey's entrance. You can stop grab a bite in the Caves du Moulin restaurant, just in front of the abbey. Their "sophisticated" hamburger is pretty good. It's expensive though. PS: Also, the CRIE nearby has a perfect spot to eat and relax after the walks. Visited March 2014
  • this was easily the best day of my life. i thought how cool it would be to have like a led zeppelin or black sabbith music video filmed here. than i ate some "pomess frites" drank some beer and rode my bike around like eddie merx. it was easily the best day of my life
  • Very impressive place! A whole Abbey to visit among its ruins. If you are in the area a couple of hours here are well spent
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  • Very nice place to visit especially when there are performances.
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  • Wonderful to visit place.
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