Zuid-Dijleland (Southern Dyle River Area) is a region of the Flemish Brabant. Local tourism services have created a hiking or walking node network which spans from Tervuren to Leuven and to Ottenburg next to the linguistic border in the South.


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People speak Dutch in this part of the country. Most people are also able to speak English or French, since the region borders on both Wallonia and Brussels.

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Get aroundEdit

Map of Zuid-Dijleland



  • 1 Speelbos Everzwijnbad
  • 2 row boat as well.
  • 3 Zoet Waterpark with the possibility to play mini-golf.
  • 4 playground


  • 1 Het Spaans Dak
  • 1 several restaurants and a place to get french fries


  • 1 toilets and potable water
  • 2 Minnebron with potable source water on your left


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