With just over 16,000 inhabitants, the Flemish town of Riemst might seem small at first glance. But get to know it just a little bit better and you will be surprised by how much the place has to offer, some of it even underground. A treat for anyone with a love of the outdoors, wine and history, Riemst is most certainly worth a visit. “A town with three major highlights,” is how Sonja Vos, who works at the municipality of Riemst, describes the place in the province of Limburg. Those three would be the bridge of Vroenhoven, Wine Castle Genoels-Elderen and the underground marl caves which cover more than 300 kilometres and stretch to both the Netherlands and the Wallonia region of Belgium.