Attraction & type of activity
Namur is surrounded by rich and varied gems which are definitely worth the detour!
After a short 30-min drive to Yvoir, you’ll discover the Brasserie du Bocq. It’s an unmissable place for lovers of special beers. The charming towns of Dinant and Rochefort are also worth the detour, just like the Château de Vêves (a castle in Celles) or the Jardins d’Annevoie (gardens).
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- © WBT - Denis ErroyauxNamurGuided tour and discovery
Guided tours of Namur and its regionFrom March to December, the tourist office of Namur organised guided walks for solo travellers, friends and families: the perfect opportunity to learn of the historical quarters of the town and explore its adorable, narrow streets.
- © WBT - J.P. RemyNamurPark/garden
Arboretum of the Citadel of NamurTake a stroll in this lovely arboretum, near the Château de Namur and enjoy its rich variety of tree species.
- © FTPN - BossiroyNamurTrain/tram/tourist train
The citadel of Namur's tourist trainNamur's tourist train will take you on a ride around the Citadel's defence walls. A fantastic way to appreciate their architecture and learn more about their history, from the Middle Ages to the present days.
- © WBT - Olivier LegardienNamurHiking trails
SGR in Wallonia - Les Sentiers de Grande Randonnée asbl to explore walking pathsDiscover or rediscover Belgian walking paths on your own, with friends or family: there are 5,000 km of marked paths to explore.
- © S.I. de NamurNamurRiver cruises
Enjoy a river cruise with Croisières NamurA cruise is one of the most wonderful ways to admire the Haute Meuse and its stunning landscapes... Get on board, the meeting point is near the Pont de Jambes in Namur.
- © Simon SchmittNamurArchitectural heritage
The Citadel of Namur and its fascinating network of underground galleriesUpon inspection of the Citadel, Napoleon labelled it as “Europe’s Termite Mound” due to its extensive network of underground passages. Discover 500m of restored passages with an immersive-guided tour that will take you to the heart of the history of the Citadel’s entrails, through sound and light.
- © Mark RossignolMozetThe most beautiful villages of Wallonia
Mozet, one of the prettiest villages in Wallonia | Province of NamurAmidst the hilly landscape of the Condroz region, Mozet seems wrapped in a green setting. This sweet village, with its limestone houses and impressive farms, has kept its medieval charm.
- © Mark RossignolThonThe most beautiful villages of Wallonia
Thon-Samson, one of the prettiest villages in Wallonia | Province of NamurPerched on the heights of Condroz, above the Samson valley, Thon is surrounded by stunning green meadows. This sweet little village, which has kept its picturesque charm, offers amazing views of the region.
- © copyright WBTLustinGuided tour and discovery
Château and Vineyard Bon Baron at LustinDiscover a vineyard which brings together a diversity of grape varieties offering a great range of wines. Enjoy local products from the region of Lustin
- © WBT - J.P. RemyAnnevoie-rouillonPark/garden
Annevoie water gardens | Meuse ValleyDiscover these amazing gardens, created 250 years ago and considered one of Wallonia's cultural treasures. How could anyone resist taking a stroll between the fountains, waterfalls, ponds and stunning combination of French, Italian and English style gardens?
- © Mark RossignolCrupetThe most beautiful villages of Wallonia
Crupet, one of the prettiest villages in Wallonia | Province of NamurBy the river bearing the same name, the charming village of Crupet is sure to enchant visitors with its sweet little streets and cultural heritage. Look out for its medieval dungeon, cave home to the Devil, art gallery, fantastic restaurant... or be brave and see the region from above, flying an ULM!
- © G FocantNamurMuseum or Interpretation Centre
Namur Museum of Ancient Arts & Oignies TreasureLocated in a listed 18th century patrician hotel, the museum displays works of art from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance from the Namur region.
- © Pixabay - congerdesignNamurChocolate maker
La Maison des Desserts | A chocolate shop in Hucorne-FronvilleThe Hucorne family has been delighting visitors with a sweet tooth with their desserts, macarons and chocolates since they opened in 1946. 3 generations of expertise! There are 2 addresses to discover in Namur: Fronville and La Maison des desserts.
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Pro Velo Namur | Bike Point at Namur's stationProVelo Namur invites you to cycle through the region to see more of its stunning landscapes and learn about its history, cultural heritage and secrets of the capital of Wallonia.
- © WBT - Denis ErroyauxNamurGuided tour and discovery
Rickshaw tours in Namur: a fantastic way to see the cityLooking for a fun, relaxing way to see Namur? Try these rickshaw tours, sure to delight adults and children alike and accessible to PMRs.
- © WBT - Anibal TrejoNamurArchitectural heritage
Namur's Royal TheatreCome and admire Namur's stunning Royal Theatre, ideally located in the heart of the capital of Wallonia.
- © Jacques Leurquin - Ville de NamurNamurArchitectural heritage
The Belfry of Namur, part of UNESCO's World HeritageThis tower, built in 1388 and 20 metres, was originally part of the fortifications. It's only in 1746, after Namur was besieged and the church destroyed, that it would be chosen as the official belfry.
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MAN: Namur's African MuseumGuardhouse of the former Leopold barracks (late 19C) Documents and souvenirs from the period of the founding of the Congo Free State to the present day ...
- © WBT - Denis ErroyauxNamurAttractions
Cafés DelahautA 30 mn visit highlighting the origin, roasting, blending... of coffee, right in front the roasting machine. Followed by a tasting and questions/answers.
- © © WBT - Denis ErroyauxNamurReligious heritage
The Saint-Loup church in NamurDiscover the Baroque Saint-Loup church and its Jesuit college, right in the centre of Namur.
- © Ville de Namur - Ledouppe AmélienNamurMuseum or Interpretation Centre
Galerie du Beffroi | NamurLa Galerie du Beffroi, in the centre of Namur, hosts celebrates contemporary artists and collective exhibitions alike.
- © ville de NamurNamurGuided tour and discovery
An urban trail so discover Namur differently: look out for Isaac Cordal's miniature sculpturesA new urban trail, featuring sculptures created by Spanish artist Isaac Cordal offers a new way to discover the street of the capital of Wallonia. This free street art itinerary is a wonderful way to see Namur differently.
- © WBT - Denis ErroyauxNamurMuseum or Interpretation Centre
The Félicien Rops Museum in NamurThis exceptional museum, at the heart of the historical quarters of Namur, dedicates its collections to Félicien Rops, a famous Belgian artist from the 19th century.
- © Province de NamurNamurArchitectural heritage
The Delta cultural centre in Namur6,000 m² dedicated to art and culture! Previously known as the Maison de la culture and now fully renovated, the Delta features concert halls, a panoramic terrace and a garden:
- © Les BateliersNamurMuseum or Interpretation Centre
Les Bateliers: a museum complex in NamurLes Bateliers, a cultural complex in Namur, is home to the Museum of Decorative Arts and will, in time, welcome the Archaeological Museum
- © WBT - J.L. FlémalNamurPark/garden
The Jardin des deux tours: a medieval garden with 2 towers in NamurTake a stroll in the Jardin des 2 tours in the Citadel of Namur: a 500 m2 medieval inspired garden featuring 6 different themes and overlooking the city.
- © L'atelier de Parfumerie Guy DelforgeNamurGuided tour and discovery
Guy Delforge's perfume workshop at the Citadel of NamurGuy Delforge's perfume shop, at the very heart of the Citadel of Namur, offers a fascinating underground experience. This unique trail in Wallonia reveals the many steps necessary to make a fragrance. The artist, rewarded many times for its talent, wanted to share his passion through this guided tour.
- © Hotel BeauregardNamurMonument
The Grand Casino de NamurBeautifully located between the Meuse river and the citadel, the Grand Casino de Namur welcomes guests by day and by night.
- © WBT - Denis ErroyauxJambesRiver cruises
The Namourettes: boats on the Meuse and Sambre rivers (Namur)Discover the pleasure of cruising through the traffic in Namur effortlessly - join the Namourettes for a boat ride on the Sambre and the Meuse rivers!
- © WBT - Denis ErroyauxNamurBoat hire
Charlie's Capitainerie: water fun on the Meuse (Namur)Looking forward to enjoying the Meuse river when in Namur? The Capitaineries de Jambes will welcome you warmly. Many activities are offered, from stand up paddling to renting electric boats.
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