Everything in Durbuy is charming and well-cared, locals are polite and friendly, also I felt like I was back in time in the middle age, local shops made in stone, so so beautiful, there is a lot to see and I am definitely coming back!
Last 5 years we go for Xms market in nice city of Durbuy. Lively market, many nice small shops, many nice places to enjoy the drink or meal. In summer you can take a bike or do a nice trekking. The only minus is parking!
Durbuy is an interesting little place... for about an hour! It is very crowded and hot in the summer. Lots of traffic constantly through the middle of the town. We did have a great sandwich though, at the Boucherie Bodson (which has a peering pig at the window)!
It's a nice region around Durbuy, a little small town in the dreaming nature of the Ardennes, where are many excellent restaurants , nice little shops, nice cafes for a cold belgian beer or a good glass of wine. I think the river is l'Ourth, tourists love this region for the fresh air of the Ardennes, the wonderful walks, especially... 更多
Its a really beautifull small town that worth a visit for sure...this town is so small that in 20 minutes you can make the round!!becareful if you dont go with the car...cause the winter season there is no buses and you can go and return from the city of Durbuy only with taxi and i think its only one taxi...and... 更多
Wandeling in Durbuy is a very plesant activity. You can visit little shops and have a beer or two in many places. Worth the experience for a week-end in couple.
This place is a quintessential charmer: the castle, intriguing alleys, sweet little shops, a pleasant river walk... It's interesting, comfortable, and it has quaintness oozing out everywhere. So, have your camera ready. For a bonus, catch the topiary garden across the river from the Old Town proper. And kayak if you can. The river is grand. We chose the site... 更多
Durbuy is full of tourists until the sun goes down and the buses have left then it is much mor peaceful. We stayed at the best apartment. off the main square, down restaurant row to the waffle shop on the corner. Ask about the rooms above the shop.