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The European capital of hunting and nature, Saint-Hubert also prides itself on a prestigious and unusual past. Numerous monuments mark the history of the town, which has long been linked to its abbey and the legend of St Hubert (St Hubert Basilica).
There are all sorts of reasons to explore the surroundings of the town of St Hubert. The airfield is ideal for airborne leisure activities and the Game Park is the place to go for beautiful local fauna and flora.
The open air and antique metalwork sections of the Fourneau Saint-Michel Provincial Museum of Luxembourg, bear witness to the area's industrial and rural past. Then there is the Pierre-Joseph Redouté Museum, dedicated to the memory of the artist dubbed 'the Raphael of Flowers'.
Other places and villages are also worth the trip: the Mirwart provincial estate with its fish farm, and the fountains and the clog-makers' trail in Awenne are just two examples.
Not to mention the numerous walks, either through Saint-Hubert itself or its neighbouring communes (Tenneville and Libramont-Chevigny).