Things to see and do - Dinant
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Dinant Travel guide
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Dinant is a famous tourist centre occupying an outstanding site in the Meuse valley. The blue-roofed town is dominated by the onion-domed bell tower of its collegiate church and massive citadel. Dinant's name originates from the French word dinanderie (copperware). The town is also famous for its honey cakes and is the birthplace of such famous figures as the painter Joachim Patinir, Antoine Wiertz and the inventor of the saxophone Adolphe Sax.
Tourist attractions Dinant : Things to see and do
N96 B - 5500 Bouvignes-sur-Meuse
This fortress was named "Heartbreak Castle" after being razed by King Henri II of France's troops in 1554. A gate opposite the bottom of the steps was once part of the fortifications. The castle ruins offer a fine view of the town, church, ..
rte de Sorinnes B - 5500 Dinant
The first castle, from 1051, was rebuilt by the Bishop of Liège in 1523, then destroyed by the French in 1703. Its present appearance dates from the Dutch occupation (1818-1821). The citadel was turned into a museum, with reconstructions, dioramas, m..
rte de Philippeville B - 5500 Dinant
This cave has an outstanding profusion of concretions with varied shapes (drapes, waterfalls, small columns) and colours, (white, brown, blue, pink) on three levels. A gallery-staircase with over 120 steps brings visitors back above ground.
Rue Des Crétias, 99 B - 5500 Falmignoul
Prix Prices from : 66 €
Auberge Des Crètes offers rooms with a view in the village of Falmignoul. The fine restaurant has a wine list with champagne and over 100 types of wine. The rooms have a private bathroom and a TV. Each has a view of the park, the garden or the pictu..
gare de gendron 1 B - 5561 Celles
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Auberge de la Lesse is located in Celles, 100 metres from the river Lesse. The city of Dinant is 13 km away. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with a terrace and a minibar. Feat..
Rue Du Vélodrome 15 B - 5500 Dinant
Set on the banks of Lesse River, 50 metres from Anseremme Train Station, Hotel Aquatel offers functional accommodation units, water sport facilities, a restaurant and a bar. Bicycles can be rented on site. The centre of Dinant is 3.5 km away. All ro..
r. A. Daoust 49 B - 5500 Dinant
With 30 years' experience under his belt, Antonio Maffia is the godfather of Dinant's restaurant milieu. His signature? Bringing sun-soaked ingredients into dishes that are very much of the moment. Good value for money.
r. Crétias 44 B - 5500 Falmignoul
This old stone farmhouse away from the village serves traditional meals in a friendly, family atmosphere. Copious 'excursion' menus and delicious game in season. Terrace overlooking the garden and pond. Tranquil nights at cheap rates, facing the stre..
r. Cousot 3 B - 5500 Dinant
Located in a manor house since 1991, this restaurant is on the banks of the Meuse. It has earned itself something of a reputation thanks to its "Gourmet Invitation" menu and fine wine list. Spacious restaurant area decked out in bright colo..
pl. Saint-Nicolas 11 B - 5500 Dinant
Fuchsia, turquoise blue and red paint the colourful picture that frames this endearing establishment. The classical, flavoursome cuisine is greatly appreciated, as is the pleasant terrace in fine weather. Delightful service.
r. Aiguigeois 1 B - 5503 Sorinnes
Chef Gilain has indubitably found the right path in the Belgian gastronomic tradition, which he enhances with more contemporary touches. For a taste of refinement try the small dishes, and then enjoy a night in one of the lovely and comfortable rooms..
r. Grande 22 B - 5500 Dinant
This restaurant is on the main shopping street. It is popular for its seasonal menus at reduced prices, as well as its small à la carte menu with oriental dishes. Quiet, peaceful atmosphere enlivened by retro touches. The chef is a trained pastry coo..
r. Rémy Himmer 4 B - 5500 Dinant
This former café has been converted into a friendly bistro, where diners tuck into hearty, traditional dishes such as kidneys in mustard. All the meals are prepared entirely from fresh produce, which means that the menu changes frequently.