The Saint Nicholas Church is worth a visit if you’re staying in our hotel in Mons city centre. This Parish church has been refurbished and rebuilt several times.
Easter is the perfect moment for a getaway from home. Mons has a lot more to offer then you might think. Mons was crowned the European City of Culture in 2015.
During your stay in our hotel by Mons train station you should definitely visit the Museum of Grand Hornu. It has a lot of temporary exhibitions that are worth a visit and will blow your mind.
Valentine’s day in Mons is a great way to relax and go sightseeing in the area. Mons has a lot to offer including the famous Pavés Montois pralines which you can buy at De Meyer.
The Arthoteque Museum in Mons is a museum that has four goals, to conserve, restore, study and communicate. It's the perfect moment to take a dive in the history of Mons heritage. The Arthoteque Museum also offers works of art and activities revolving around them.
The Anciens Abattoir is a former renowned old slaughterhouse transformed into an art gallery. Architect Sury initially built the abattoir in 1854-1855. After classification in 1985, the site was subjected to different phases of restoration.
Among the numerous pieces of intricate historical architecture and decorations in the scenic city of Mons, Belgium. You’ll discover the so-called Guardhouse Monkey, which remains one of the mysterious gifts that this city boasts of.
As a society that is predominant in Christianity until recently, Belgians embraced the celebration of Christmas years ago as one of its single most important and widely celebrated holidays.
Excitingly, BAM remains one of the top and sophisticated museums to visit in Mons, Belgium. The first thing that catch your eye whenever you set your sights on this museum is the building itself.
There's a reason why Mons has become known as a cultural hub in Belgium. There are many unique cultural sites around the city to discover during your stay at Hotel Congres Mons.