Frequently asked questions

  • What are the consequences of coronavirus in Lommel?

    The evolution and consequences of the coronavirus are closely monitored by all services of the City of Lommel. All information about changes in the tourist offer can be found here.

    Furthermore, the federal public service Public Health posts the most important information on www.info-coronavirus.be.

  • Where can I find the Sahara?

    The large sandy plain of the Lommel Sahara resembles a desert in miniature. But the region also has clear blue lakes, areas of heather and fragrant pine and deciduous forests. Here you can hike through cool play areas, the land-artworks by Will Beckers, the pedestrian bridge and the famous watchtower!

    Info

    • Starting point and parking: De Soeverein, Sportveldenstraat 10, Lommel
    • Public transport: Bus line 58 Beringen Lommel, bus stop Speeltuin. This line also departs from Lommel train station.
    • Hiking map: €2.5 from our tourist information office, De Soeverein or here digitally.
  • Is Lommel accessible to people with a disability?

    Lommel wants to be an open city, accessible to everyone. On our website you will find useful information (recognizable by the wheelchair icon) and tips for wheelchair-friendly outings.

    For parking facilities or other questions regarding our accessibility, you can always contact our counter staff.

  • What is GlazenHuis?

    Contemporary glass art lovers simply cannot miss GlazenHuis on their visit in Lommel. The Flemish Centre for Contemporary Glass Art was founded in 2007 and has since become internationally renowned. Dream the day away at unique exhibitions and fascinating glass blowing demonstrations. Or take on the challenge yourself with the hot, liquid glass!

    Info

    GlazenHuis
    Dorp 14B, Lommel
    +32 11 399 601
    info@glazenhuis.be
    www.glazenhuis.be

  • Where can I find a public toilet?

    In the center of Lommel you will find public toilets at two locations:

    • Tourism Lommel: Village 14, Lommel. Open on weekdays from 9am to 5pm and on weekends from 10am to 5pm.
    • Lommel Library: Michiel Jansplein 1, Lommel. Open on weekdays from 10am to 7pm and on weekends from 10am to 4pm