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Hasselt: Medieval & Peaceful

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Along the Zwarte Water lies the beautiful Hanseatic city of Hasselt, also known as Little Amsterdam with its beautiful canals.


Breakfast at the Linde

At de Linde you can have breakfast on their canal-side terrace or inside.


The Lime Kilns
The Lime Kilns

From the Linde, you can walk straight to the Lime Kilns: Close to the centre of the fortified town of Hasselt, lies the lime kiln area with its two lime kilns and the teaching house. For years the limekilns were an important branch of industry in this Hanseatic city. In order not to lose its rich history, the limekiln complex has been restored and opened to the public since 1995.


Lunch at Café de Zon

Situated in a unique location, Café de Zon is a meeting place for young and old. De Zon is an experience. We like to accentuate this feeling with our generous offer of drinks, snacks, delicious sandwiches and much more!


Get the best candies and nuts at 't Suikerhoekje

't Suikerhoekje
't Suikerhoekje

Are you looking for delicious scoop sweets for yourself or for a treat, a mug full of goodies or nostalgic old Dutch candy? You will find it at 't Suikerhoekje.


Dining at Onder de Luifel

Nicely situated in the old historical city centre at the foot of Hasselt's church tower and with a characteristic terrace with a splendid view over the Zwartewater is '[Onder de Luifel]'(https://www.onder-de-luifel.nl/ "").


Sleeping at B&B Borghoeve

B&B Borghoeve
B&B Borghoeve

We offer you privacy, healthy country air and a well-stocked fridge for breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning. In short, the ideal location to completely unwind and to enjoy all that this beautiful rural environment has to offer. Be welcome at B&B Borghoeve.