- 1 Namur - the provincial (and regional) capital
- 2 Andenne
- 3 Ciney
- 4 Couvin
- 5 Dinant
- 6 Gembloux - its belfry is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- 7 Sambreville
- Rochefort with nearby Han-Sur-Lesse. Both have beautiful caves and stunning nature.
There are frequent trains from Brussels to many destinations in Namur.
You can drive into Namur from the rest of Belgium and from France. Because both countries are members of the Schengen treaty, there are no border controls.
By Public transport
There are trains all across Namur, and buses from most train stations.
It is relatively easy to driva across Namur. As in the rest of Belgium, be aware of poor road conditions, though.
- In the forest outside Brûly-de-Pesche you find a small World War II bunker area. This was the Command centre of Adolf Hitler during the 1940 offensive against France.
- Green Stop (Arrêt Vert/Groene Halte) (follow green-white-green markers). A walk from Jemelle railway station to Marloie railway station. free, brochure with map €1.50.
- Domein van de Grotten van Han (Domain of the Han Caves) A combination of beautiful and big caves and a wildlife reserve. €29.50 for children aged 4-11 years and €39.50 for anyone above 11 years old. A multi-day visit is recommended.
Tap water is safe to drink.
All of Belgium is a safe country, including Namur. Use your common sense and you'll be fine.
- The rest of Belgium is an obvious choice, especially the Ardennes, where most of Namur is located.
- The small but beautiful country of Luxembourg if you're interested in castles and nature.
- Go north towards the Dutch province of Limburg with stunning landscapes with rolling hills, castles and ancient, abandoned mines.