The Cave of Remouchamps
It is a treasure of nature, hidden in the province of Liege. Discovered in 1828, the cave was carved into limestone over a million years ago by the underground Rubicon River. First, it shaped the upper gallery (visited on foot), and then created the lower gallery, in which it still flows to this day. In the first part, the visitors follow a route about a kilometer long, full of powerful stalagmites and stalactites. Finally, they reach a forty-meter-high room called the cathedral, discovered in 1912.
The second stage of the tour takes place in a boat at the bottom part of the cave. Visitors travel along the longest underground river in Belgium. It is also the longest underground river route available to tourists in the world. At this point, the Rubicon River is approximately 700 meters long. In this part the helmsman is also a guide. He tells about the history of the Remouchamps cave, points out interesting stalagmites and stalactites, and places that were the only ones that were not hollowed by the river. Here, human intervention was necessary to ensure the passage of the boat. Remouchamps Cave was used as a wine storage room for a while. During the Second World War, it was a shelter for local residents.
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The schedule changes depending on the season.