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To See

Beautiful panoramas, impressive heritage, progressive industry, interesting museums, ... in the town Sint-Truiden


The Capital of Haspengouw is filled with histrical monument, cozy terraces line the second greatest marketplace of the country, shopping in the surrounding streets, and lots of sports facilities.\

With the 48 uren genieten in Sint-Truiden the tourism team has developped a zestful program.

The Trudopas is your access card that allows you to visit the following monuments every day:

  • Abbey tower, with a breathstolling view of the city and its surroundings
  • Crypt, an underground chapel with archaeological finds
  • Capuchin chapel, from the 16th century
  • Festival clock, an astronomical clock and various other physical highlights
  • Church of Guvelingen, in a 12th century St. Cross Church you can enjoy 'Divine fruit', a film about fruit growing from the past to the present day

  • Extra to visit during the weekend:

  • Academy Hall, the auditorium is a 19th century architectural gem with exceptional acoustics
  • Keizerszaal, with the beautiful reception hall of the abbot
  • Historical Center Brustem Air Force Base
  • Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk, with colorful murals and a rich treasury

Other crowd pullers are:

  • Beguinage church, from 1258, with one of the most impressive ensembles of murals in the country
  • Museum De Mindere, drags you into the life story of Francis of Assis
  • Huis Nagels 1892, an impressive notary's house with its own 'upstairs-downstairs' experience
  • Sint-Gangulfuskerk, this Romanesque work of art is the oldest church of Sint-Truiden
  • Stayen mill, from the 16th century, has been meticulously restored

In addition, there are many temporary activities and nice, quiet places to discover.

On Fotogenic Flanders you can already get a taste of it.