With its 400 inhabitants Durbuy is known as the 'smallest city in the world'. Crossing the medieval city centre takes just about five minutes. The area surrounding the city is absolutely breath-taking: the perfect spot in the Belgian Ardennes for a hike, an afternoon of kayaking or just enjoying a drink on a terrace.
Train Touristique de Durbuy[Province of Luxembourg] [0km]
Ce petit train vous fera visiter une partie de la ville et vous amènera sur les hauteurs, d'où vous aurez une vue exceptionnelle sur la 'plus petite ville du monde' durant une demi heure.
The largest Topiary park in the world in the smallest city in the world, Durbuy. On more than 10.000m2 surface, you'll find over 250 buxus sculptures. This collection is absolutely unique in Europe.
A new miniature golf court with 18 holes in Durbuy, the 'smallest city in the world. It's the perfect place for a delightful afternoon with family or friends.
Welcome to Adventure Valley Durbuy, an adventure park with a cozy, laid-back atmosphere that proposes numerous touristic activities near the charming little town of Durbuy.
For water fun you should be at the Bohon subtropical swimming pool, near Durbuy in the Belgian Ardennes. Sauna and Jacuzzi guarantee pure fun and joy.
Septon is a village belonging to the municipality of Durbuy. It is located in the province of Luxembourg in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. A holiday cottage in Septon is the perfect departure point to start exploring the region. Durbuy has just a few hundred inhabitants and it is sometimes called the ‘smallest city in the world'. This part of the Belgian Ardennes, in the valley of the river Ourthe, is one of the most beautiful spots in the country.
The village of Barvaux is located centrally in the Belgian Ardennes and is part of the municipality of Durbuy, province of Luxembourg. Given its 400 inhabitants, Durbuy is often regarded as the ‘smallest city in the world'. It is one of the most beautiful spots in the country, too, with a city centre that breathes Ardennes folklore. Furthermore, Barvaux-sur-Ourthe is just a half an hour's drive away from Aywaille and Marche-en-Famenne, two other places worth a visit.
The collection of labyrinths has a surface that equals 22 football fields, with secret corridors and small alleys that will get you lost. In the labyrinth located near Durbuy, the visitor must find his/her way back with the help of the mythical characters. It’s great for a family activity to do in the Barvaux Labyrinth.
Tohogne is a small village belonging to the municipality of Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world'. The natural environment in this part of the Belgian province of Luxembourg is breath-taking. A holiday home in the Tohogne area is therefore the perfect place for your next vacation. It is the best departure point to start exploring the very best the Belgian Ardennes have to offer.
Grandhan belongs to the municipality of Durbuy, the ‘smallest city in the world' and probably one of the most beautiful spots in the country. Durbuy, characterised by a lovely medieval atmosphere, is an absolute must when visiting the Belgian Ardennes. On a hot summer day you can go kayaking on the river Ourthe. Furthermore, Grandhan is just a half an hour's drive away from La Roche-en-Ardenne.