In Belgium, EuroVelo 5 will introduce you to the rich natural, architectural, cultural and brewing heritage of the country. The itinerary will lead you through calm roads, picturesque canal lock, ancient drawbridges, wild natural parks and the villages of the Pajottenland. You can conquer the forest of Soignes and see the sights of Brussels, from the Grand Palace, to the Manneken Pis to the Modern institutions of the European Union. Entering Belgium near Lille, you will end the Belgian stage of your journey in Martelange, where you can continue your trip in the direction of Redange and Luxembourg.

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Cycling in Flanders

All you ever needed to know about cycling in Flanders. Discover impressive routes, challenging bucket lists and tips to plan your stay!

EuroVelo 3 & 5 Belgium

Find more information about the EuroVelo 3 & 5 on the website On each route, there is a description of the road, the level of difficulty, the number of kilometers, etc. It is also possible to download GPS data and to find out more point of interest of the road.

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Grote Routepaden

Grote Routepaden is a non-profit organization that develops, signposts and maintains the LF cycle routes and long distance walking paths (GR-routes) in Flanders. The management of the LF network is a shared responsibility with Tourism Flanders. Grote Routepaden also publishes topo guides and other cycling and walking products. EuroVelo 4 follows the route 'LF1' through Ostend and De Haan; EuroVelo 5 follows the route 'LF6' through Ronse, Geraardsbergen and Brussels.

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RAVeL & Cycle Routes in Wallonia

The Ravel is more than 1,400 km of paths reserved for pedestrians, cyclists, horseback riders and people with reduced mobility. The Réseau Autonome des Voies Lentes (RAVeL - Network of slow lanes) is composed of greenways that are developed on old towpaths and abandoned railways. This results in more than 50 marked routes for family walks, hikes, horseback riding, rollerblading or, of course, cycling...