A stroll southwest of the centre, this small square has a bus stop on its south end where you can catch buses to Jemelle train station, which is on the Brussels-Luxembourg line.
At the train station, this outfit hires out standard multi-speed bicycles as well as bikes with small electric motors (for the latter, you'll have to reserve and pay at the tourist office a few doors down).
Just below the Halle al’Chair, this is a central stop on the summertime Namourette service that runs on the rivers.
Just above the train station, Namur's new bus station, currently under construction, is scheduled to open in late 2019.
City-bike scheme. Once you've joined up, bikes are free for the first half hour and prices slowly increase after that.
Trains and buses depart from the Gare de Couvin, about 500m north of the main town square, the Place du Général Piron.
Handy stop on the summertime Namourette service that runs on the rivers.
Namur's train station is a short walk (600m) north of the historical centre.
Cute little boat shuttle (maximum 12 passengers) between Namur and Jambes.