Durbuy "Smallest city in the World"

Durbuy is often promoted as "the smallest city in the world": this tourist slogan refers to a charter of franchises granted by King Jean de Bohème, count of Luxembourg, which in 1331 gave city status to the city of the edges of the Ourthe.

The castle perched on a rocky promontory looks romantic. At its feet, nestles a small town of stones, preserved by time. Surrounded by a river (Ourthe), hills and woods, the "smallest town in the world" seems sheltered from everything. Its semicircular plan reveals that the river once skirted it.

Who better than the link to this site will be able to inform you of the history but also of all the possibilities of visit of this pretty small town which it is absolutely necessary to discover or review for your greatest pleasure

Difficult to move for chaisards

Durbuy, 20 'by car from La Grange de David

David , résident à Bordeaux, visite Durbuy Quoi de mieux qu'une jolie terrasse ombragée pour se reposer un instant Ville touristique se conjugue avec ville commerçante Le château On se sent tout petit face à cette roche !