Eighteen kilometers south of Brussels was the place where the British, Dutch and Prussian armies defeated Napoleon. On June 15, 1815, Napoleon was defeated by a heavy night fog, which deprived him of his best fighter plane. In 1825, people piled up platforms on the battlefield and made 4.45m lions with captured French weapons on the hilltop.
If you come to Brussels and plan to go to Waterloo, it's a good start. Here you will enjoy the scenery of the battlefield and the peace of the town. If you buy a ticket to Waterloo Station, it doesn't matter. Walk a kilometer to Waterloo Eglise and take the W-way bus for 25-30 minutes to get near the battlefield. You can talk to the driver to Lion Mountain and he will call you when you arrive. In fact, instead of sitting in Waterloo, you can go to Braine L&39; Alleud, where you can take W Road closer. Lion Mountain ticket price is 7 Euros, with 4D movies is 8 Euros, 225 steps up Lion Mountain, you will experience the feeling of commanding the war. Although it took some time, Waterloo is still worth visiting. Nord (North Station), Central (Central Station) and Midi (South Station) in Brussels can buy tickets for a 3.8 Euro one-person train, which takes about 30 minutes. Waterloo Bus Ticket 2.4 Euro a person, ticket valid within 60 minutes can be used at will, can take IC bus at Waterloo Station to Braine L &
The ancient battlefield ruins of Waterloo are flat, vast and silent. The iron lion sculpture at the top of the 43-meter-high Hill weighs 28 tons and was built in 1820. It was melted and cast by cannons left on the battlefield. Two hundred years ago, war raged here, death and bloodshed shrouded in it. It was "victory, the greatest tragedy besides failure".
As an important symbol of the ancient battlefield in Waterloo, Belgium, Tieshi Peak is on the hill. This hill is not only a symbol of the ancient battlefield, but also a viewing platform. Standing on the platform at the top of the hill, you can have a panoramic view of the battlefield in Waterloo. Waterloo's ancient battlefield, although it is now an important tourist attraction in Belgium, has not been exploited at will, so it is very open, very natural, not too many commercial and civilian facilities.
If you're going to visit Waterloo, I suggest you take a look at Zweig's "Waterloo minute" before you visit it. Every time you finish reading it, your mind will be restless for a long time. Destiny rejects the fearful. Fate, another God in the world, is only willing to raise the brave with warm arms and send them to the heaven of heroes. Zweig "a minute in Waterloo" It's rare for a mediocre man to seize the opportunity to make himself a leveller. Because great undertakings come to the insignificant, it's only a short moment. Whoever misses this moment will never give it a second time. Zweig "a minute in Waterloo" to Waterloo Station can take either BUS or train, both BUS and train are very comfortable and quiet. It costs 3.5 euros from the W line to Waterloo Eglise. Because the cost of the Duke of Wellington's museum is 7.5 euros across from Waterloo Church W Station. If the train is on the train, it will miss the place. If the schedule is not very tight, it is suggested that it can take an hour to play. Since most Belgians speak French, they tell the driver to go to LION MOUNTAIN. Sometimes the driver will not remind them when they arrive at the station. The W station to LION MOUNTAIN is (NIVELLES, there is an arrival sign behind the BUS, which suggests that you remember to go to the back seat when you are seated in the BUS). NIVELLES can see Lion Mountain immediately after getting off the bus, very close. Near the NIVELLES station there is a gas station. If you are hungry or need water, you can take a supplement here. The food is about 3.45 euros and the coffee is 1.6 euros. Lion Mountain + Museum + 4D movies totals 17 euros, if you want to see the product gallery and so on together is 20 euros. The 4D movies in the museum show the characters vividly and are worth seeing. After the visit, there is a cafe after the exit. You can have some coffee outside and read some books about Napoleon.
The main problem of going to Waterloo is traffic. Traffic can be arrived by W-bus. If you don't climb the top of the mountain, you can take this historic photograph and go back to the W-bus. You don't need to buy tickets again in an hour. It's worth visiting your historic scenic spot.
Waterloo Ancient Battlefield Site and Museum in Brussels. Passes include the Wellington Museum for a total of 20 euros and Waterloo for a round trip of 4.8 euros. There are no Chinese explanations in the museum, only half-Mongolian and half-guessed, no Chinese tourists or tourists. It's still worth seeing in the museum. Every detail of the battle in Waterloo is described in detail, and a 4D movie is also seen.
Located near the town of Waterloo in Brussels, Belgium, the site of the ancient battlefield in Waterloo has created a statue of a lion on a man-made hill, meaning Megatron France. In 1815, the anti-French coalition forces commanded by Duke Wellington besieged and defeated Napoleon. About 50,000 soldiers of both sides slept nearby. But Napoleon, who failed, became more noble, as if it were God's will, but also history! The ancient battlefield gallery is telling people to cherish peace and stay away from war.
The ancient battlefield of Waterloo is situated near Waterloo Town, 18 kilometers south of Brussels at the end of the Sowani Forest. On the evening of June 18, 1815, the Duke of Wellington commanded the British and Dutch allied forces and the Prussian army, which besieged and eventually defeated Napoleon, thus ending the legendary figure's history of traversing Europe. In 1826, people piled up a hill at the site where Prince William was injured. On the top of the hill, a huge iron lion, 4.5 meters long, 4.45 meters high and weighing 28 tons, was placed. It is said that the lion was made of guns abandoned by Napoleon's army on the battlefield. Along the 226 steep steps to the top of the mountain, Waterloo ancient battlefield can be seen at a glance, Brussels also can be seen. Although Napoleon was the loser of the Waterloo War, in people's minds, he was definitely a greater hero than the winner. Every five years, the war scenes of that year will be repeated in the ancient battlefield, with more than 2,000 local people participating in the performance.