Welcome office in Saint-Hubert

Accessibility of the welcome office in Saint-Hubert

The welcome office of the Maison du Tourisme de la Forêt de Saint-Hubert in Saint-Hubert is easy to find. It is located in front of the Basilica.
The address is Place du Marché 15, 6870 Saint-Hubert.
You can call the Maison du Tourisme on 061 61 30 10. If you are calling from abroad, dial 0032 61 61 30 10.
The reception office of the Maison du Tourisme in Saint-Hubert is open every day. From March to October, it is open from 9 am to 5.30 pm. From November to February, it is open from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Closed on Christmas Day (25 December) and New Year’s Day (1 January). On New Year’s Eve, 24 December and 31 December, it is closed from 3pm.
At the Maison du Tourisme in Saint-Hubert, you can -receive tourist brochures about the region -receive tourist information on attractions and museums, walks, restaurants, accommodation, other activities such as events buy souvenirs

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People with reduced mobility

We recommend that you are accompanied. Parking: About 40 metres from the main entrance of the Maison du Tourisme, there is a parking area for persons with reduced mobility, which is indicated by an official sign. The car park is on the other side of the road, on a slope. The crossing is not secured by a pedestrian crossing. The road surface consists of cobblestones with a slightly rounded surface. You will be shaken a bit, but the ride is doable. There is a drop-off point opposite the entrance to the building (a place with little traffic).
Entrance to the building: A sign above the entrance identifies the building. The entrance is unobstructed and the passage is wide. The front door is heavy and can be difficult to open if you are not accompanied. Assistance dogs are allowed. Inside the building: You can enter on the ground floor, it is level and the circulation areas are spacious. Part of the information desk is at wheelchair height. The pay machine is mobile. For people with mobility problems, there is a wooden bench on the left when you enter the building. The brochures are on the shelves and easily accessible for wheelchair users. If you need assistance, there is someone at the reception to help and inform you. There is no adapted toilet in the building.

Blind / visually impaired people

We recommend that you are accompanied. Parking: About 40 metres from the main entrance of the Maison du Tourisme, there is a parking area for persons with reduced mobility, which is indicated by an official sign. The car park is on the other side of the road, on a slope. The crossing is not secured by a pedestrian crossing. The road surface consists of paving stones with a slightly rounded surface. There is a “drop-off” point opposite the entrance to the building (square with little traffic). Access to the building: A signage banner is placed above the entrance. The path leading to the entrance of the Maison du Tourisme is bordered on both sides by stone flower boxes. The entrance is unobstructed and the passage is wide. The doorway is level. The reception area is adapted and well lit. Inside the building: The ground floor is level and the circulation areas are wide and barrier-free. There are no guide lines, but someone at the reception desk can help you. Guide dogs are allowed. A water tank is available on request. There is no adapted toilet in the building.

Deaf / Hard of hearing persons

Parking: Parking spaces are available in the vicinity of the building. There is no pedestrian crossing. There is a “drop-off” point opposite the entrance to the building (place with little traffic). Access to the building: A signage banner is placed above the entrance. The reception area is well lit and allows for lip reading. Inside the building: The information desk is easy to find. Staff will ensure that lip-reading is facilitated and that written or visual aids are used to facilitate communication. Annita and Violaine are trained in sign language. There is no adapted toilet in the building.

People with comprehension difficulties

This text is written in easy-to-read and understand language. What is a Maison du Tourisme? In a Maison du Tourisme there is information for tourists. Tourists are people who travel to a region. A Maison du Tourisme explains what there is to see and do in the region. For example museums to visit hikes to do amusement parks restaurants And many other things. Parking places: There are parking spaces right next to the Tourism building. There are no pedestrian crossings to cross the road. You have to look left and right to cross. There is a drop-off point in the market square. A car can stop at a drop-off point to let someone in or out. At the Maison du Tourisme: There is always someone at the reception to help you. At the moment, the small information books are not written in “Easy to read and understand”. You can pay by bank card or cash. For information, please send an e-mail to the Tourist Office at info@foretdesainthubert-tourisme.be. There is no accessible toilet.

People with autism

Parking: There are parking spaces near the building. There is no pedestrian crossing. There is a “drop-off” point opposite the entrance to the building (a place with little traffic). Access to the building: The building is easy to find, as there is a sign above the entrance. Inside the building: The information desk is easy to find. The staff is ready to help you if you need it. It is often busier at the Tourist Information Centre during school holidays. If you want to take a break in a quieter place, there is a bench to the left of the entrance door. If you make purchases, you can pay with your bank card or cash. For information, please send an e-mail to the Maison du Tourisme at info@foretdesainthubert-tourisme.be. There is no toilet.
Information page written in collaboration with All Access / Province of Luxembourg: +32 63 21 24 07