parking namur
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In NAMUR paid parking applies in the city centre only on weekdays. Parking is limited in the city centre and cheap. If you prefer long term parking you are advised to use the car parks. A Low Emission Zone doesn't exist in the city centre. car parking namur


City centre
Operational hours
Charge and Stay
Monday to Saturday
09:00 - 17:00
• 1 hour : € 1.00
• 3 hours : € 6,00
(max. 3 hours)
Sunday / Public Holidays
Free parking


In the districts l'Université and Célestines the parking time is limited to 4 hours, parking rate € 0,75/hour
Long term parking (max 8 hours) is set on Boulevard Frère Orban and Place des Cadets. Parking rate : € 0,50/hour, 8 hours € 4,00.


With your international blue parking disc you may park for free in the blue zones in the areas outside the centre city. The max duration is 3 hrs except max 2 hrs in Rue des Brasseurs


Long term parking is available in the car parks of Namur. Parking rates : € 2.00/hour, daily maximum € 14.00-21.00.
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Events in Namur

Some of the biggest events in Namur include:
  1. Fête de Wallonie: This festival takes place in September and celebrates the culture and traditions of the Walloon region, with live music, food stalls, and cultural events.

  2. Namur en Mai: This popular festival takes place in May and features a variety of live music performances, street theater, and cultural events.

  3. Namur-Les-Bains: This summer event takes place from July to August and features a variety of activities centered around the theme of water, including water sports, live music, and food stalls.

  4. Féeries de Beloeil: This magical event takes place in August and September in the nearby town of Beloeil, and features a spectacular light show and live music performances.

  5. Foire de Namur: This fair takes place in July and August and features a variety of attractions, including rides, games, and food stalls.

Popular tourist Attractions in Namur

  1. Citadel of Namur: This historic fortress dates back to the Roman era and offers stunning views of the city and the surrounding countryside.

  2. Saint Aubin's Cathedral: This beautiful cathedral dates back to the 18th century and features stunning Baroque architecture.

  3. Felicien Rops Museum: This museum is dedicated to the life and work of the famous Belgian artist Felicien Rops and features a collection of his paintings, drawings, and prints.

  4. Parc de la Citadelle: This beautiful park is located next to the Citadel and offers stunning views of the city and the Meuse River.

  5. Belfry of Namur: This historic bell tower dates back to the 14th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  6. Namur-Gembloux Canal: This scenic canal offers boat tours and is a great way to see the city from a different perspective.

  7. Namur's Old Town: This historic district is home to a variety of beautiful buildings and offers a glimpse into the city's rich history.