- Fort, citadel and fortification
- Architectural heritage
TheCitadel of Dinant, located on a rocky outcrop and accessible both by steps and cable car, offers a spectacular panorama over the Meuse Valley.
The first fortifications date back to the 9th century. On these, Vauban built his own castle which was demolished to make place to this fortress in 1815. History lovers will enjoy the visits of the dungeons, kitchens, carriages and weapon museum. Information panels detail the glorious past of Dinant, also known as "The daughter of the Meuse".
In August 1914, the citadel witnessed heavy fighting between the French and German troops. A hundred years later was created a memorial to this important page of the Belgian and European history.
Guided tours (1h) are organised daily during the high season or on request off season.
Dogs on leash are admitted on the site.
Visit one of the most impressive fortresses in Belgium and enjoy its outstanding view on the Meuse valley.
Information on the walk
- Visitor guide for groups
- Car parking
- Cycle rack