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All reviews the river christmas market worth a visit cobbled streets topiary garden shops and restaurants small city nice small shops outdoor activities few hours day trip great place to visit one night lots of history nice place to walk lots of places to eat lunch or dinner
Nice little village
Great destination for a short day trip
Crowded in summer, but a little nicer over Xmas/New Year
I bought some "saucissons". The goat cheese saucisson really impressed me. I wished I had bought more.
What a lovely little city. Beautiful cobbled streets and very xmassy. Nice bars with fire pits outside, Christmas market and ice rink really sets the scene. Market has lots of stalls selling gifts, hats, scarves, oysters and seafood and champagne bars. All heated so you...More
We come here every Dec for a Xms market and lunch or dinner. It is different and we always buy local food. Last years we came with smaller kids and they also enjoyed it. First skating experience. In summer it is good area for some...More
Cute is the only was to describe the old town area of Durbuy. Narrow cobbled streets meander by even older stone buildings which today house cafes, hotels and shops. Regardless of the season this is a lovely place to spend a few hours.
Cosy little town in the South of Belgium. The people are friendly, the food delicious and sightseeing is limited but worth it. The atmosphere of this magical town brings you back to the olden days of peace and quite. Even though touristic, the wide range...More
Durbuy is really an old little town with very atmospheric old streets. It is quickly done and there is not much to do if you dont go to a restaurant. The castle seems closed ( October), but this visit could probably add more to the...More
Apparently it is the smallest city in the world but has so much going for it. Very pretty, lots of history, bars and restaurants everywhere, sadly we only had a few hours here but said we would always go back someday to visit the old...More