Hainaut
Binche
Interesting
Binche The Essential
Interesting
Binche is a quiet, attractive town, nestling in the heart of Hainaut, with ramparts (12C to 14C) whose curtain walls are flanked by 27 towers. In 1554, the town was ransacked by the troops of the King of France Henri II, fighting Charles V. It thrives on local trade, crafts linked to the production of carnival costumes and the clothing industry. It is mainly famous for its carnival.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Binche
International Carnival and Mask Museum
International Carnival and Mask Museum
This museum, enabling to tour the world
Binche Ramparts
Binche Ramparts
Running for 2 100m, the perimeter walls
60 minutes
Municipal Park
Municipal Park
There is a bronze statue of a Gille
30 minutes
Main Square
Main Square
The Grand-Place is overlooked by the
15 minutes