You have a chance to visit two of the most beautiful cities of Wallonia.
I meet you at the railway station of Namur. Having walked through the old streets, so old that the company BBC chose them to film the new dramatization of V. Hugo’s "Les Misérables”, and visited the church, we have a cup of tea in the oldest café of the city.
After that we go to the Citadel, the ‘must-see’ of Wallonia. The ancient walls, paving stones and the magnificent view do not leave you indifferent. You can make the best photos ever here!
By car we are changing the city. By the way you see the picturesque landscape of the country side, our fields and mountains.
Behind one of these mountains a small, modest town is hiding. Its church and the bridge with the saxophones are world-famous. We visit the house of Adolf Sax and count the saxophones.
The cathedral which was rebuilt many times is worth seeing! Can you guess what the citizens were eating during the sieges? Can you guess how many times the town was sieged? These facts and many other I will tell you.
The last but not the least step is to go up to the Citadel built in the XI century.
We come back to Namur and say ‘Good bye’ at the railway station.
My advice – we will walk a lot so the comfortable shoes are very important. It rains often! So don’t forget your umbrella!
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