The top attraction in Dinant is by far the Citadel. After taking the cable car you can turn left and learn about the history of Dinant with stunning views of the city.
The colored buildings perched behind the Meuse river with the towering Citadel and Gothic Cathedral is a sight not to be missed.
This bridge is dedicated to Adolphe Sax, a native of Dinant and the inventor of the Saxophone. There are 28 Saxophones, each representing a different country in the EU.
The Notre Dame Cathedral is a 13th Century Gothic Cathedral. The one standing today replaced a 10th-century Romanesque church which was destructed in 1228.
Maison Adolphe Sax is a tiny museum dedicated to Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the Saxophone! You can visit the museum for free.
The brewing of Leffe Beer started in an Abbey in Dinant by monks during the plague. The museum is super interactive and you can learn about the brewing process and sample the beer with a view on the terrace.
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