Namur by Eurostar Train
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The capital of Wallonia, Namur, is a picturesque French-speaking province at the confluence of the rivers Sambre and Meuse in the south of Belgium. Known locally as the “gateway to Ardennes”, Namur is a beautiful city, deep in a region of lush valleys and rolling countryside.
St. Aubin's CathedralThis highly unique 18th century Baroque cathedral is the only one of its kind across Belgium. With a tower dating back to the 13th century and a collection of fascinating art pieces under its spectacular dome, St Aubin's is at the cultural heart of Namur.
Namur African MuseumA fascinating museum, set on the site of the former Leopold barracks, exploring Belgium's African influence throughout the years. On display is a vast collection of intriguing artifacts such as documents from the Belgian Congo. (not shown).
Namur CitadelA part of Wallonia's Major Heritage sites, this stunning Belgian fortress lies above the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers. Formerly used as a military stronghold, this giant fortification is surrounded by beautiful nature trails.
Provincial Museum of Ancient ArtsA listed monument dating back from the 18th century, showing collections from the Namur Archaeological Society. Amongst the museum's priceless artifacts are beautifully crafted stone sculptures. (not shown).
Museum of Groesbeeck de CroixAnother of Namur's wonderful museums, an 18th century town-house designed by the Comte du Groesbeeck. On display in the museum's stunning interior is a spectacular collection of precious metals and glassware.
Parfumerie Guy DelforgeSituated 30ft below street level lies a former artillery factory, now converted into a 17th century style perfume laboratory. Follow the multitude of underground tunnels and discover the art of perfume making. (not shown).