Enghien
The Essential
Located on the linguistic frontier where French gives way to Flemish, the lordship of Enghien was granted to the Arenberg family in 1606 by Henri IV of France. Long renowned for the manufacture of tapestries depicting sylvan scenes in bluish-green hues, this attractive city is today best known for its delightful park.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Enghien

Enghien Park
Enghien Park
The park was originally laid out in the
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St Nicholas' Church, Enghien (Église St-Nicolas)
St Nicholas' Church, Enghien (Église St-Nicolas)
This large Gothic church has a 51-chime
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Enghien Capuchin Church (Église des Capucins)
Enghien Capuchin Church (Église des Capucins)
This 1616 church has a fine Renaissance
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Jonathas House
Jonathas House
This 12C Romanesque keep, near the