Namur is the capital of the Belgian region of Wallonia and, at the same time, of the province of Namur. What stands out most about the city is the Fort of Namur (“la Citadelle”,) built between the thirteenth and eighteenth centuries.
The Abbey of Villers is an old Cistercian monastery located next to the town of Villers-la-Ville in the province of Walloon Brabant (Belgium). This abbey is considered within the Greater Patrimony of Wallonia. Founded in 1146, the monastery was abandoned in 1796, and was in ruins in the mid-nineteenth century.
We travel quietly, that’s why I’m going to tell you the itinerary that we did quietly enjoying Brussels and its busy life.