De Jachthoorn

The surroundings

Diepenbeek
Diepenbeek is located in the province of Limburg, without a doubt the greenest province of Belgium. Diepenbeek is situated in the valley of the river Demer and is located on the border of the Kempen and Haspengouw.

Cycling Network
Limburg is known for its cycling network. With the help of Tourism Limburg, this network is now extended to more than 2000 kilometers. At De Jachthoorn, you have the possibility to rent bikes for free and there is also room to store your own bike. A charging point for electric bikes is also available.

Hasselt
Diepenbeek and especially De Jachthoorn are very close to Hasselt. In less than 5 kilometers you are in the centre of Hasselt. You are close to the city, but De Jachthoorn is outside the noise of the busy city.

Museums
Next to shopping and the many restaurants in Hasselt, there are also different museums that are worth the visit. The Jenevermuseum shows you all aspects of the Belgian juniper, from grain to drink.

The Modemuseum is a museum for authentic clothes, which is located in a converted monastery in the Gasthuisstraat in Hasselt. The collection includes authentic clothes as well as accessories and fashion illustrations.

Grenslandhallen and Plopsa Indoor
The Grenslandhallen is the location in Limburg for performances, events, fairs,… Plopsa Indoor is the place where kids can really enjoy themselves, even when the weather  isn’t great!

Japanse Garden
If you like gardens and the Japanese culture, then you should definitely take a look in the Japanse Garden. For over 20 years there is a little piece of Japan in Hasselt. An idealized piece of nature: a miniaturization of reality, meticulously recreated as the Japanese do for centuries.

Antique market Tongeren
For over 30 years, on Sunday morning, Tongeren is a vibrant city. The more than 350 exhibitors and some 40 antiques businesses show their best merchandise for the numerous visitors of the largest antique and flea market in the Benelux.
Antique market Tongeren

Bokrijk
Fancy a magical journey to 1914? You don’t need to travel far. Just visit the Open Air Museum of Bokrijk. There you are in the middle of a fascinating world. Before you know it, you are part of the past.

But Bokrijk is more than the Open Air Museum. Discover 550 acres of sheer variety.
You can always go for a healthy walk or bike ride in the beautiful nature. There is also the opportunity for an adrenaline adventure, group fun and eat and drink.

Genk
Genk spoils city trippers. Trendy shopping, multicultural feast, innovative cultural and art events, mining heritage, unspoilt nature ... the youngest city in Belgium has it all.

C-Mine
C-Mine is a tourist attraction in and around the former mine buildings of Winterslag. On this site you will find new architecture between the existing industrial heritage. This mix of old and new is definitely worth a visit!