Durbuy, the smallest city in the world, has many wonders and you’ll need to set aside more than a day to discover all of its attractions.

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  • Durbuy's Museum of modern and contemporary art
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    Durbuy's Museum of modern and contemporary art

    Durbuy is famous for its adorable maze of paved streets suspended in time. But did you know it was also home to a Modern and Contemporary Art Museum? Nestled in the Halle aux Blés, a building listed as main heritage of Wallonia, at the heart of the old part of Durbuy, this museum features Marcel Lucas's work as well as
  • Durbuy's touristic train
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    Durbuy's touristic train

    A fun visit of the smallest city in the world, finishing on the heights of the town.
  • Cycling in the province of Luxembourg | Near Durbuy
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    Cycling in the province of Luxembourg | Near Durbuy

  • A cycling itinerary commemorating the Battle of the Bulge in Durbuy
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    A cycling itinerary commemorating the Battle of the Bulge in Durbuy

    This 28 km bike ride explores Durbuy and its story during the Battle of the Bulge, featuring monuments, headstones and chapels along the way.
  • Roche à la Falize: Durbuy's culminating point
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    Roche à la Falize: Durbuy's culminating point

    You don't need to be a geologist to appreciate this rock formation. The anticline in Durbuy is a jewel in the Famenne-Ardenne Geopark, itself one of the only 147 such parks with UNESCO status, and its sheer scale deserves the five-minute walk from the city centre.
  • Seggo | Segway rides to discover Durbuy and Saint-Hubert
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    Seggo | Segway rides to discover Durbuy and Saint-Hubert

    Looking for a different way to discover Durbuy, Saint-Hubert and around? Try exploring the region with a Segway.
  • Confiturerie artisanale Saint-Amour, épicerie du terroir à Durbuy
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    Confiturerie artisanale Saint-Amour, épicerie du terroir à Durbuy

    Located in Durbuy, rue Saint-Amour, this artisan confiturerie offers auténtic products made with natural ingredients from the region.
  • The Parc des Topiaires, a fascinating topiary garden in Durbuy
    The Parc des Topiaires, a fascinating garden in Durbuy
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    The Parc des Topiaires, a fascinating topiary garden in Durbuy

    The largest topiary garden open to the public can be found in Durbuy, the smallest town in the world.
  • Kayak down the Ourthe with Adventure Valley Durbuy
    Kayak down the Ourthe with Adventure Valley Durbuy
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    Kayak down the Ourthe with Adventure Valley Durbuy

    A memorable day in the world's smallest town whether on your own, with friends of family: travel down the Ourthe on a mono or double kayak.
  • Adventure Valley Durbuy: the largest adventure park in Belgium
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    Adventure Valley Durbuy: the largest adventure park in Belgium

    Near Durbuy, known as the smallest town in the world, awaits the Adventure Valley Durbuy, the largest adventure park in Belgium.
  • FunTrail | Off the beaten path rides in Durbuy
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    FunTrail | Off the beaten path rides in Durbuy

    Explore the region of Durbuy and the Ourthe valley with these guided mountain scooters.
  • The Labyrinthe de Durbuy, a mind wowing park in Belgium
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    The Labyrinthe de Durbuy, a mind wowing park in Belgium

    This off the beaten path theme park is set in nature in the Province of Luxembourg, only 30 minutes from Namur and Liège and 1 hour from Brussels.
  • Durbuy golf course
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    Durbuy golf course

    The Golf de Durbuy courses, at the heart of the Belgian Ardennes, counts among the most technical in Belgium.
  • La chèvrerie de Borlon | A goats farm and cheese dairy in Durbuy
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    La chèvrerie de Borlon | A goats farm and cheese dairy in Durbuy

    Géraldine and her family will be delighted to welcome you in her farm in Borlon (near Durbuy). There, she makes the most delicious cheese from her goat's milk, animals she loves and cares for with great tenderness. Respecting the wellbeing of her animals - as well as nature - is at the very heart of her philosophy.