EuroVelo 5


Coming from France or Luxembourg, biking along EuroVelo 5 in Belgium is easy, fun and accessible for all, including families with young children and seniors. The EuroVelo routes pass by quaint villages like Durbuy and cultural and historical cities such as Namur and Brussels.
The routes weave through very varied natural landscapes and present you with ample opportunity to meet many locals. Discover their stories, cultures and culinary traditions, from handcraft beers to local cheeses.

The long-distance EuroVelo itineraries cover the entirety of Europe. Following these quality bike paths, you can cycle over 70 000kms, crossing 42 countries in 15 themes.

You can follow the EuroVelo signage along the road, but not all signpost are already installed. The project is planned to be completed by 2020. Learn more about EuroVelo project.

The itineraries are divided into 10 sections which give you the level, the number of kms, GPS data, a detailed description and some practical information, such as the nearby train stations, bike shops and tourism offices.

If you need more information, please do not hesitate to contact EuroVelo National Coordination Center Pro Velo.

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EuroVelo 5

Via Romea Francigena

Over a thousand years ago, Sigeric the Serious, Archbishop of Canterbury, travelled all the way to Rome to receive his symbols from the Pope. Now you can follow in his footsteps by taking our 3,900km long version of his route, EuroVelo 5.

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