|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$63.05|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$15.40|
|Combo meal at McDonalds||$10.17|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||$2.13|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$99.37|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$2.41|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre||$776.32|
Arlon is a beautiful Walloon municipality situated in the Belgian province of Luxembourg. Arlon is a tourist’s paradise because of its historical monuments and archaeological remnants. Avail cheap flights to Arlon and grasp the golden opportunity of traveling back to the rich cultural past of a place. The lush green fields and dense forests are just right for cycling, walking and enjoying outdoor sports in the mesmerizing natural surroundings so typical of countryside.
Visitors are enthralled by the splendid panoramic views from the terrace situated just next to the famous St. Donatus’ Church. This church is located on the famous Knipchen hill where the castle of Waleran I of Limburg was once constructed along with a convent built by the Capuchin monks. Arlon welcomes its tourists to the famous Hydrion Adeps Sports Centre. The village of Attert and the expansive Nature Park of the Attert Valley are also major tourist hotspots. The rural scene is mostly dominated by Lotharian farmhouses dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. The Arlon Cemetery boasts of having the biggest Jewish section among all other Walloon cemeteries. You may arrive on cheap flights to Arlon and stay in one of the plentiful hotels in Arlon to explore the rich historical treasures here.
The Gallo-Romans had constructed around twenty towers in an attempt to fortify and protect "Knipchen" (St Donatus’ hill) from German attacks. Only one of those towers remains today but it houses Arlon’s famous Gallo-Roman Tower Museum. This museum exhibits the remnants of this impressive monument. Tourists can see the exclusive carved stones on the tower walls and also a magnificent low-relief panel portraying Neptune. Visitors are especially enthralled to see the last significant remnant of the Gallo-Roman protective wall.
The Arlon Archaeological Museum exhibits the grandest assortment of artifacts in Belgium. Some of the most remarkable artifacts displayed here from Gallo-Roman era include 425 sculptures, pottery, gravestones, jewelry, carved fragments and even weapons. The Gaspar Museum is renowned for animal sculptures by the famous Jean-Marie Gaspar. His prominent works include The Ardennes Draught Horse, The Call of the Forest, The Elephants and the Jass Memorial. The International Scouting Museum exhibits a huge collection of objects, posters, woodcrafts or comic strip relevant to the Belgian and international Scouting.