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If you fancy picking up a few little souvenirs, then our selection of shops of all kinds (bookshops, art galleries, butcher’s shops, delicatessens, chocolate shops, breweries, etc.) will give you plenty of ideas.

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    Faites du Miel

    Hundreds of people, both amateurs and professionals, come to this festival to learn more about honey and its products. Attendees can take part in an interesting programme of events throughout the da...


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    Nath farm

    A la Civanne, 284
    Site web : http://www.lacivanne.be

    Open Wednesdays to Fridays, from 13h30 to 18h30 and on Saturdays from 9h30 to 12h30 and 13h30 to 18h30.The ‘farm shop’ stall at Civanne offers products from at least 20 local and artisanal producers...


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    Aux Délices de la Citadelle

    20, Rue Mabille

    Aux Délices de la Citadelle teashop offers a huge choice of handmade chocolates and ice-creams. Or perhaps you would prefer a crepe? Bookings on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Open every day except...


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    Boutique vin en vie

    Rue de l'Escofiette, 12

    This shop offers a wide range of foods, as discovered by its owner who will offer advice and guidance as though you were in a restaurant. If you are looking for quality wines, perhaps something surpri...


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    Deremiens Chocolate

    Voie d'Orval, 26
    Site web : http://www.deremiens.com

    Are you simply and unashamedly crazy about chocolate? If so, remember ?there is no reasonable man without a spark of madness? - François de la Rochefoucauld Perhaps it is that spark of madness that ma...


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    Ferme de Belle-Vue

    Ferme de Bellevue, 2

    This family-run farm has branched out into small batches of dairy products. In fact, some of the milk they produce, the raw ingredient, is sent to the processing plant and turned into other products...


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    L’épicentre

    Route de Virton, 27

    This is the first rural cooperative grocery in the Walloon region.As well as traditional grocery items, you can also find many local products from the Gaume region: apple juice, beer, cheeses, butte...


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