The village of Redu is known for the beauty of its nature as much as its books and its link with space.

Hiking and routes

The Haute-Lesse offers landscapes sometimes constrained, sometimes gentle, but always balanced. The forest and its wild nature are omnipresent. The villages with traditional architecture from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries have kept the rustic charm of the old Ardennes. Discover this nature through various walks that run through the region.

Euro Space Center

The Euro Space Center is a discovery center on the theme of space: From its exploration to its impact on our daily life. Through its internships and visits, the Euro Space Center has been recognized since its opening in 1991 as a benchmark for the widening of space science and technology. For more information, please take a look on the center’s website.

The Book village

The little town counts more than 40 shops and restaurants, from which 22 are bookshops. The winding streets of this ‘Bookstore village’ are full with old and new bookstores and hosts a world-known event each year. Besides this rapturous passion for books, is The village of Redu also the theater of many activities throughout the year. For more information on special events, please visit the town’s website.

on a stone’s throw from Redu, plan a visit to the village of Sohier, known and recognized as one of the most beautiful villages of Wallonia or to the Tellin Bell and Bell Museum.


If you enjoy sports and you are looking for sensations while discovering breathtaking landscapes, you will be highly satisfied in Redu. Plenty of sport activities are proposed to you in the region.

  • Kayak : Accessible to everyone, from April to October, take a kayak down the Lesse. For more information, visit the website of our partner.
  • Horseback riding: Equestrian excursions for all levels and up to 15 riders. For more information, visit our partner’s website.

For all further information about the activities in the region in french, dutch and English, please check the Tourism office’s website.