Namur Auberge de Jeunesse Felicien Rops
Avenue Felicien Rops 8
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The Auberge de Jeunesse Felicien Rops Youth Hostel is situated along the banks of the Meuse in an old manor house. It is named after painter Felicien Rops who once set up a workshop there.
The Namur region offers a host of opportunities to youth hostel guests, including sports activities such as cycling, adventure trails and kayaking, natural sites such as caves and forests and cultural sights such as ruins, abbeys and castles. And why not try out a boat trip down the Meuse?
The Namur Youth Hostel offers you the chance to take to the skies also!
If you have always wanted to try paragliding, but have never dared, we have devised an initiation programme for you at the gliding school.
Near the hostel you can avail of:
Guided tour of the town of Namur
Visit to the Citadel
Visit to the Walloon Parliament (groups)
Museums: Felicien Rops, Archaeology
Museum, Groesbeeck de Croix
Living Museum of Egypt (groups)
Visit to the fire station (groups)
Queen Fabiola theme park
Trip on a river boat
We will be carrying out important renovation works the whole year of 2014 and this will affect the bedrooms as well as the common areas.
The site manager and all the members of the team of the Youth Hostel will continue to do their utmost to receive you in the best conditions possible during this time and to guarantee you a high quality of service.
Many thanks for the confidence you place in us by choosing our centre for your accommodation when you are in Malmedy.
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