Situated at the confluence of the Sambre and Meuse rivers, the city proposes to walk along the ancient embankment and admires an old centre with narrow streets, paved stone blocks, houses in the style of Baroque and Modern, museums.
The director of "Les Misérables" thought that Namur had a widerange of different historical buildings, which transported the viewer back in time to the nineteenth century. So the new dramatization of V. Hugo’s novel was partly filmed in Namur.
You can have a great dinner and taste the Belgian local food or just have a cup of tea in the oldest café of Namur.
Having rested we are ready to visit the Citadel,“must-see” of Namur. I know the best places to take the pics and I will show them to you!
Our excursion finishes in the railway station.
The easiest way to come to Namur from Bruxelles is to take the train, it takes about an hour.
This excursion is for one day.
If you want to visit Wallonia a little more in detail we can help you to choose a hotel or a B&B in Namur or in the country. It’s really lovely and you see the life of real Belgians.
The visits are exclusive: Contact us to obtain the quote adapted to your requests!