Tourism - Specific tours for Visitors from Japan

Specific tours for Visitors from Japan



We organize tours specifically addressing the wishes of our Visitors from Japan.

Different tours are possible. Hereunder a few examples:

Tour n° 1 (half day tour):
- 13:30 meeting at Dinant Railway Station
- drive through Dinant and Anseremme for the "helicopter viewpoint" (from the cliffs) over Château de Freÿr (Renaissance castle and French gardens)
- drive to Château de Vêves (medieval castle) for visit from the ouside (no time for visiting inside if we want to go to Durbuy)
- drive to the small village of Celles. Walking in the village and visit of the old church (romanesque style)
- drive to the smallest town in Belgium: Durbuy. Walking in the old streets and see the memories of the visits of Royal Families (including the Royal Family of Japan). Durbuy is also a sister town of Hanyu (outside Tokyo. Depending on intrest, we can also pay a visit to the Marcloff micro-brewery at the Ferme du Chêne (including small movie in japanese), or pay a visit to the topiary garden.
- Expect return Namur Railway Station at about 17:00 - 18:00.


Tour n° 2 (day tour):
- 10:30 meeting at Dinant Railway Station
- visit of the Citadelle de Dinant
- free time for lunch, or a lunch (menu) in a local restaurant with your table overlooking the Meuse river
- leave Dinant via Anseremme for the "helicopter viewpoint" (from the cliffs) over Château de Freÿr (Renaissance castle and French gardens)
- drive to Château de Vêves (medieval castle) for visit from the ouside (no time for visiting inside if we want to go to Durbuy)
- drive to the small village of Celles. Walking in the village and visit of the old church (romanesque style)
- drive to the smallest town in Belgium: Durbuy. Walking in the old streets and see the memories of the visits of Royal Families (including the Royal Family of Japan). Durbuy is also a sister town of Hanyu (outside Tokyo. Depending on intrest, we can also pay a visit to the Marcloff micro-brewery at the Ferme du Chêne (including small movie in japanese), or pay a visit to the topiary garden.
- Expect return Namur Railway Station at about 17:00 - 18:00..


Tour n° 3 (day tour):
- 09:30 meeting at Dinant Railway Station
- drive to and visit of the magnificent Gardens of Annevoie
- drive to and visit of the Citadelle de Dinant
- free time for lunch, or a lunch (menu) in a local restaurant with your table overlooking the Meuse river
- leave Dinant via Anseremme for the "helicopter viewpoint" (from the cliffs) over Château de Freÿr (Renaissance castle and French gardens)
- drive to Château de Vêves (medieval castle) for visit from the ouside (no time for visiting inside if we want to go to Durbuy)
- drive to the small village of Celles. Walking in the village and visit of the old church (romanesque style)
- drive to the smallest town in Belgium: Durbuy. Walking in the old streets and see the memories of the visits of Royal Families (including the Royal Family of Japan). Durbuy is also a sister town of Hanyu (outside Tokyo. Depending on intrest, we can also pay a visit to the Marcloff micro-brewery at the Ferme du Chêne (including small movie in japanese), or pay a visit to the topiary garden.
- Expect return Namur Railway Station at about 17:00 - 18:00.)


Other places of intrest can be accomodated on request. For example: Château de Modave, Château de Lavaux-Sainte-Anne, Namur (old town and citadel), ...

The fastest and easiest way to reach Dinant is by train. Check for the (usually direct) trains from Brussels (as well as from any other town in Belgium, like Brugge, Gent or Antwerpen) on the website of the Belgian Railways.

If you are looking for a guide only, check out www.private-tour-guide.be !


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Creation date : 23/12/2009 @ 20:43
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