PROVINCE OF LIÈGE

Located in the heart of the Euroregion, which it is chairing until October 2022, the province of Liège is a place steeped in history, with an impressive cultural heritage and a cuisine that blow numerous tourists away. Building on its unparalleled expertise, our friendly province organises or hosts a plethora of sports competitions and other internationally renowned events. Its first-rate infrastructures shine the spotlight on events such as the international track and field meeting. Its passion for cycling manifests in its strong ties to the Tour de France and the sensational Ardennes classics held every year. This top-flight spectacle electrifies visitors and a great deal of TV viewers as the peloton tackles tough and varied courses through Hesbaye and the Condroz. Let us all experience the enthusiasm of celebrating this major sports event together!

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LIÈGE

Discover our welcoming city by alighting at Liège-Guillemins, one of the most beautiful stations in Europe, or using the very dense motorway network leading to Liège.
The heart of the city is brimming with surprises. You will fall in love with our architecture, heritage and culture and succumb to the charm of our small businesses, large retailers and numerous cafés and restaurants.
The Tourist Office’s repertoire of trails and paper chases, including a wildly successful street art circuit, is a treasure trove for anyone who enjoys a good stroll. If you brave the Montagne de Bueren’s 374-step staircase, you will be rewarded at the top with a breathtaking view of the city.
The Ardent City also boasts a wide range of museums, including the Grand Curtius, the Aquarium and La Boverie, nestled in
a verdant patch.
On Sunday morning, come and wander around La Batte, the oldest market in Belgium, whose street vendors await you.
Remember to savour our specialities, including Liège waffles and boulets liégeois!
Welcome to our home!

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