Province de Namur Travel Guide

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Namur

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Dinant

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153,344,7

Rochefort

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13,29,4

Han-sur-Lesse

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10,32,3

Hastière-par-delà

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1,7,0

Crupet

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3,13,1

Furfooz

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3,12,0

Falaën

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1,12,0

Ruines du Château de Montaigle

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2,9,0

Wanlin

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2,13,0

Profondeville

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2,8,0

Oizy

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1,4,0

Gembloux

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6,18,3

Gedinne

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0,17,1

Celles

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4,14,0

Beauraing

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1,4,0

Annevoie-Rouillon

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0,4,0

Villers-sur-Lesse

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2,12,2

Namur

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  • Foret de Dave/Foret d'Acremont. Welcome...

    Namur Off The Beaten Path

    Explore the Foret de Dave and Foret d'Acremont and the villages surrounding them. This is the COndroz region. Really extensive managed forest, though easy to get lost. At the end of June found wild strawberries and raspberries there, and lots of cherries... (Sart Bernard, on slip road from village on to major north-south trunk road).

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  • Chateau de Namur

    Namur Hotels

    I not sleep there but just walk around , but it seems a very beautifull trendy place to stay....

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  • PALAIS DES CONGRESS

    Namur Things to Do

    The old style Commodities Exchange "Renaissance Louis XIII," has been restored and now is a modern convention center. Well worth a look at the architecture, and the square it's located in!

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Dinant

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  • Bayard

    Dinant Things to Do

    The rock that goes by the name of Bayard. Looks almost like a huge menhir, detached from the rock face to which it stands so close.

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  • Ibis Dinant

    Dinant Hotels

    I loved the hotel location on the river. If you take any meals at the hotel or drinks at the hotel...

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  • SPONTIN CASTLE

    Dinant Things to Do

    Located in the small village of Spontin, we came across the medieval Spontin Castle. With its massive walls, its towers topped with slate and with its moat with drawbridge, the Castle is surrounded by the water's of the River Bocq. The castle belonged to the noble family of Beaufort, who between 1266 and 1284 built the main tower which is the core...

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Rochefort

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  • LITTLE TOURIST TRAIN

    Rochefort Things to Do

    As we were driving around, we noticed they had a little Tourist Train.We usually do these tour's so my husband can see the sight's, but here, the washing was more important.This Town is hilly, so it may be a good idea to do the 1 hour tour, which is reasonably priced!The circuit takes you to the circle of the King, Cave of Lorettepanorama, Chateau...

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  • La Malle Poste Rochefort

    Rochefort Hotels

    Rue de Behogne 46, Rochefort, 5580, Belgium

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • ST. HUBERT BASCILICA

    Rochefort Off The Beaten Path

    St. Hubert the town, and located there is a huge Abbey and Bascilica. We didn't have time to stop, well, only for a photo, but I wish we did have after looking at the listed website. The Church didn't become a basilica until 1927.In the facade, it is possible to see the porch with its key in the shape of a ram (a symbol of Christ), the armouries of...

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Han-sur-Lesse

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Crupet

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  • Tourist information

    Crupet Favorites

    There is a tourist information centre just behind the rock/cave of Saint Anthony. I didn't checked the opening hours as I didn't needed to go inside.But well it is good to know they have one there.You can see the building and the "I" sign behind the small group of students.

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  • Le Moulin des Ramiers

    Crupet Hotels

    Rue Basse 32, Crupet, 5332, Belgium

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Saint Anthony cave/rock

    Crupet Things to Do

    Manufactured by a priests, and dedicated to Saint Anthony, this cave/rock is really remarkable.I cannot imagine I have seen more kitch but then I haven't been to many of these kind of places before :)Nevertheless, it is worth a stop. It is really worth a short visit :)

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Furfooz

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  • Refreshments halfway

    Furfooz Restaurants

    Half way the walk in the park you will find yourself on the border of the river Lesse. Enjoy a coffee, a soft drink or beer, an ice cream... Hmmm, I think I had an ice cream. Or was it a soft drink? I can't remember! Just a few euros spent, I do know that.Behind the 'restaurant' you continue your walk. At first a very short bit quite steep, after...

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  • A very nice hike for an hour or two

    Furfooz Things to Do

    This small natural reserve has a wonderful hike set out in it. There are remains of Roman and Middle age habitat, including a bath house with underground heating (hypocaustum). This is unique in Belgium. There are many prehistorical caves which you can clamber into and beautiful forests and views. Deep down below you can see the river Lesse where...

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  • small National Parc hidden in the...

    Furfooz Off The Beaten Path

    As many other little gems in the Ardens, Furfooz is not easy to find if you don't leave the main road or highway. Once in Dinant, take the road to Rochefort. Then follow the signs "Furfooz". The park itself is at the end of a dead end road. Please check the opening hours on the website. It is not an-all-year-round-open attraction.The park starts...

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Falaën

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    by wandeljp Updated Mar 10, 2007

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    One of the famoust Wallonia village

    One of the most beautiful villages of Wallonia.

    Deserved well, the label… Falaën, is fixed on the valley of Molignée.

    This river curves in the middle of wood and forests neighbouring, and invites to the walk.

    Un des plus beaux villages de Wallonie

    Bien mérité, le label...Falaën, est accroché à la vallée de la Molignée.

    Cette rivière serpente au milieu des bois et forêts avoisinants , et invite à la promenade.

    Yes, here is it !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Ruines du Château de Montaigle

  • The ruins of the castle of Montaigle

    Ruines du Château de Montaigle Things to Do

    The castle Montaigle was build in the 14th century on a rock and destroyed in the 16th century so that there are only ruins nowadays.There are signs to the castle and there's a rather little parking on a country road at some houses. We almost missed the sign to it. From there, it's about 500 m to the castle, and from this way you already have a...

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  • Restauration of the ruins

    Ruines du Château de Montaigle Things to Do

    Here's another photo of the castle. There have been restaurations, you can see here at the two towers what efforts need to be done so that they don't collapse. On the homepage of the ruins, you can read a lot about the technique of the restaurations - if you know French!

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Wanlin

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  • Follow the RAVel

    Wanlin Transportation

    With a bike, you can follow the Ravel, a wonderfuill path that covers the largest part of the Valley of the Lesse.

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  • Walking

    Wanlin Sports & Outdoors

    The town of Wanlin is the crosspoint on several walking paths. The distance varioes between 5 and 17 kilometers. We walked the "green" tour that led us trough an old train bedding towards GUE, then towards HOUR and GRANDE HOUR and via a chappel back to the Wanlin town. From the 8 kilometers we walked, only about 1 or 2 kilometers were on roads...

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Profondeville

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    by ATLC Written Mar 2, 2012

    This is a real night restaurant. Open only from 18 hrs (except Mondays) until the wee hours of night. People come in to dine as late as after midnight. It's really famous in the area. Not only the locals come, tourists too but as a great compliment also the local restaurant owners and staff who come here after their own closing hours. There are all ages, and good looking women too :-)

    It's small, loud, busy and there all ca. 40 covers are taken several times during the evening. I dined here twice on consequetive nights (Tuesday, Wednesday). The restaurant was full and refilling itself constantly.
    We didn't make reservations (may be wise though!), but did not have to wait.

    Favorite Dish: Yum yum... eh... fresh steak tartare (16 euro), shrimp fritters (11 euro), cassoulet of white giant beans with local sausages and potted duck leg (confit de canard) in a lovely stock sauce (19 euro). A meltingly soft ham with mustard sauce. Fried duck liver on caramelised apples and toasted raisin bread (14 euro as a starter).
    No room for dessert. In fact, I didn't see anyone eating a dessert. There is just too much to eat in the 1st two courses!

    Cafe de la Gare Profondeville, cassoulet Cafe de la Gare Profondeville, steak tartare Cafe de la Gare Profondeville, duck liver Cafe de la Gare Profondeville Cafe de la Gare Profondeville
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Gembloux

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  • La braderie

    Gembloux Local Customs

    Every first weekend of August, "la braderie" is a popular event. Mix between a sale and a traditional "kermesse", it is gathering a lot of the local people.Check my travelogue for more details...

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  • Best Western Les 3 Cles

    Gembloux Hotels

    17 Chaussee de Namur, Gembloux, 5030, Belgium

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • The Town Hall

    Gembloux Things to Do

    This house become the town hall in 1951. Before that, "la maison du bailli" was officially the house of the mayor. Originally a property of the abbay, it has been rebuilt in 1589 by the Salmier family.Located not far from the city wall, it has probably been used in the defense of the city...

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Celles

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  • CASTLE OF CELLES-VEVES

    Celles Things to Do

    This Castle, sit's on a rocky outcrop, overlooking the village of Celles. With its four pointed turret's,it reminded me of a fairytale Castle!The castle has four large towers and two smaller towers, and dates back till 1410, as other's before,have been destroyed by fire.Originally, in 670, a person by the name of Pepin de Herstal found the site...

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  • BELGIUM FARM

    Celles Things to Do

    I had just finished looking at the Church when I saw the Hermitage and a road leading up the hill.I started to walk, then changed my mind, but not before seeing the Farm located on the edge of Celles.It was interesting just viewing from the road, how different a Farm in Belgium is, to a Farm in Australia.Later, we saw the farmer who gave us a wave,...

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  • WALK CELLES

    Celles Things to Do

    Only a small Village, so very easy to walk around!I really thought it very pretty! The house's have been well preserved, and people seemed to take pride in them, and their garden's.Most of the House's are rubble and stone framed, these reminded me of parts of the "Cotswald's" in England.The Village has a Bakery, Restaurant's and Accommodation.

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