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June 3rd to June 5th 2024



Namur, Belgium

Practical information





Indtech24 is more than sessions and talks, it will feature a vibrant exhibition space, providing a platform to explore the opportunities presented by your organization. Belgian specialties to satiate your taste buds will be available all day in the exhibition space where you will also have the chance to test some of our world-famous beers of Wallonia.

Namur is unique in being situated at the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers. The Citadel of Namur stands between these rivers. A cable car connects the city centre to the Esplanade de la Citadelle. Namur is a city that harmoniously blends the old with the new. Alongside its Citadel, its historic town centre and pedestrian shopping streets are packed with historic monuments such as the Belfry listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, the Cathedral of Saint-Aubain, the Halle al’Chair, now the Tourist Office, and the Saint-Loup Church.

But modernity has also found its place in the city. Namur has also been recognised by UNESCO as a Creative City in the field of digital arts. Namur creativity can be experienced on the hills of the Citadel in the Pavillon, the former Belgian pavilion at the Milan World Expo. The Confluence site, with the Namur Smart and Sustainable NID building, offers also visitors a unique experience.



Conference venue

The conference will be held in Namur is two magnificent buildings in the heart of the city located at 150 m distance.

The "Théâtre de Namur "

The “Théâtre de Namur”  is a neo-classic theatre from the XIXth century renovated in the early 2000s. It will host the opening and closing ceremony, plenary sessions and thematic parallel sessions.

The “Bourse”

The “Bourse” is the former trade exchange of Namur and now a modern congress center that keeps its Louis XIII neo-Renaissance style. It combines several functionalities and modern infrastructure. It will host thematic parallel sessions, exhibition space and b2b events.

The “Halle Al’Chair”

This imposing red-brick building was constructed in the last quarter of the 16th century to serve a the city butcher’s hall. Entirely renovated in 2023, it now houses Namur City tourist office. Together with the Bourse, Hall Al’Chair will host exhibition space during the conference

The Royal Theatre and the Bourse are located next to each other in the city centre of Namur at less than 1 km of several hotels and the Namur train station.



From the Brussels Airport (BRU). By train between the airport and Namur. Brussels airport and Namur are connected hourly by a direct train 

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To Brussels-Midi (international station with Eurostars and ICE connections with European capital) then by train from Brussels to Namur (bihourly connection)

1 h 15 🚆

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Partners hotels located at walking distance from the conference venue are listed below

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