From epic views at the top of the citadel and historic town squares to quirky art and boat rides, there’s truly something to do in Namur for everyone.
On my recent visit to Belgium, I decided to spend a day exploring this beautiful city with the imposing citadel.
The climb can be steep but the breathtaking views of the valley, rivers and city will compensate you.
Want the epic views from the Namur citadel without the hike? The city also has a cable car, that runs from the city centre to the citadel.
Although I visited Namur during winter, I really enjoyed a walk on the banks of river Meuse.
The Belfry was built in 1388 as a tower and part of the city wall and originally known as “Tour de Saint-Jacques”. It become the Belfry of Namur in 1745.