In Belgium, the landscape of the Meuse is characterised by dramatic rock faces many with castles perched on top. In Dinant, the citadel towers above the distinctive onion dome of its church. Another castle overlooks Namur, the capital of Wallonia, at the confluence of the rivers Meuse and Sambre. Further downstream, you can visit the forts of Huy and Liège, the 'Ville Ardente', with its impressive new train station designed by the famous architect Calatrava. After passing the city of Visé, you have the choice to continue on the east bank or discover Belgian Limburg along the charming west bank of the Meuse.

Combining your bike and public transports in Belgium

By train:

The Belgian national railway company SNCB offers two options: the “bike card”, which allows you to make a single journey, or the “day pass”, which allows you to take your bike on the train during the entire day and throughout the entire country. Both are valid for a bike or a tandem, and optionally a kid’s bike trailer (but the SNCB strongly discourages bringing bikes on the train during rush hours).

If you are coming from or going to the Netherlands, you can take your bike on the train (except on Thalys and Fyra trains) but only outside peak hours (which are on weekdays except in July/August, from 6:30 to 9:00 and 16:30 to 18:00).

As the number of bikes allowed on board varies greatly from one train to another, think of inquiring before embarking if you are traveling in a group. Moreover, your bike must be transported in a special carriage. To know where this carriage will be, it is best to approach the train conductor with your bicycle next to you.

By bus:

Only folding bikes can be carried within the TEC buses in Wallonia.

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National & Regional Information

Pro Velo

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

Through developing personalised solutions that facilitate and encourage people to transition to cycling, Pro Velo contributes to a higher quality of life. Pro Velo develops personalised solutions to facilitate and encourage people to transition to cycling. Theirs mobility experts support governments, organisations and citizens. The association improve the public image of cycling and accompany future cyclists, young and old, on the road.

+32 2 502 73 55

RAVeL & Cycle Routes in Wallonia

The Ravel is more than 1,400 km of paths reserved for pedestrians, cyclists, horseback riders and people with reduced mobility. The Réseau Autonome des Voies Lentes (RAVeL - Network of slow lanes) is composed of greenways that are developed on old towpaths and abandoned railways. This results in more than 50 marked routes for family walks, hikes, horseback riding, rollerblading or, of course, cycling...

Toerisme Limburg VZW

This website provides a lot of information on what to visit in Limburg, as well as accommodation information. There are some original cycle routes to discover in Limburg (the most famous one being 'Cycling through Water') and you can learn more on this website!

+32 (0)11 30 55 00

Tourist Federation Province of Liege

Not yet familiar with Liège province? Discover in a few clicks why this destination is one of the most sought-after in Belgium!

+32 (0)4 237 95 26

Tourist Federation Province of Namur

The website of the Province of Namur's tourism office provides many information on what to visit, where to eat and where to sleep along the Meuse Cycle Route in the south of Belgium.

+32 (0)81 77 67 57

Wallonie Tourisme

The Commissariat Général au Tourisme (CGT) is responsible for the general organisation of tourism and policies in Wallonia.

Public Transport