Come and sate your curiosity in Liège, located near you at the heart of a close-meshed transportation network, starting with its high-speed train station, one of the most beautiful in Europe. History, heritage and culture come together in its authentic and elegant downtown streets.

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. Remember to plan ahead, as some museum visits have to be booked in advance due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

On Sunday morning, come and wander around La Batte, the oldest market in Belgium, whose street vendors await you with all the necessary health measures in place.

And, whatever you do, do not leave without munching on a Liège waffle or any other of our specialities that you can eat on the go.

PROVINCE DE LIÈGE

At the heart of the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion, the Province of Liège teems with unexpected treasures. Renowned for its gastronomy, its folklore and its cultural heritage, our beautiful province has what it takes to delight crowds of people. Its expertise in organising large events is renowned and has attracted numerous athletes: our territory excels with its range of international competitions such as the Condroz rally, the Province’s international athletics meeting or international show jumping event. Let’s not forget our great love story with cycling; here again, it must be said that our province is ideal in all aspects, from the fl at roads in Hesbaye to the hilly landscapes of Condroz, nature has spoilt us. It is with great pleasure
that we announce that the Ardennes Classics are back, bringing our region to life with the pedalling of cyclists!

Sunset in the Ardent City © Adrien Closter
Mayor Willy Demayer and provincial representative Katty Friquet gave the start signal in Liège last year. © gauthier demouveaux

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