How to get around in Wallonia

Public or private transport, on foot, by bike or by boat, this is how to get around Wallonia’s towns, cities and countryside.


By train

The train is the most practical way to travel.

SNCB, Belgian National Railway Company

B-Excursions and event tickets

By bike

In Wallonia’s capital, there is a simple bike rental system known as ‘Li Bia Velo Namur’. Note that the first half-hour is free.

Li Bia Velo stations can be found all over the city:  Li Bia Velo

Blue-bike is a bike-hire scheme for traditional and electric bikes. There are docking stations at 44 train stations throughout Belgium: Blue-bike

Specific spots are also available for cyclists:


Pro Velo

Bienvenue Vélo

Bed and bike

By tram/metro/bus

Every town has a good bus service, and some have tram and metro links, such as Charleroi.

For the bus:


By car/taxi

Finding your way around by car:



Hiring a car:



Rent a Car

Hiring a taxi:

Mobilité Wallonie

By boat

Information on ports and waterways in Wallonia are available on:

Direction de la Promotion des Voies Navigables et de l'Intermodalité