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 the elegant and bustling streets of the city centre.
Liège is also a green city thanks to its numerous parks, the promenade on the slopes of the Citadel and the Montagne de Bueren, whose 374-step staircase is not for the faint of heart. The Ardent City is home to a wide range of museums, including the Grand Curtius, Aquarium, Museum of Walloon Life, Treasure House of the Cathedral and La Boverie Fine Arts Museum, which has struck a partnership with the Louvre. It also boasts an opera, a philharmonic orchestra and about ten theatres.
La Batte, the longest market in Europe, attracts huge crowds every Sunday morning, while Le Carré is the heart of nightlife in town. Delicious local specialities such as pèkèt (juniper spirit), café Liégeois, waffles and meatballs can be found everywhere.
PROVINCE OF LIÈGE
The province of Liège, its allure, the warmth of its inhabitants, its culture, its folklore… It is impossible not to fall under the charm of the numerous qualities of our region! The province of Liège, widely known and acclaimed for its expertise in organising large-scale events and its warm welcome, has earned a solid reputation among athletes. Horse riders, tennis players, track and field athletes, motor sport competitors and, of course, cyclists —the list of sport stars who have visited our region gets longer and longer. It makes us feel proud! Bicycle races are among the major competitions that have made the reputation of our province. Once again, the province of Liège has a lot going for it. From the pancake-flat roads in Hesbaye to the undulating landscapes of the Condroz, nature has been very generous to us. Furthermore, to our great delight, the all-time favourite courses are back for the 2019 edition of the Ardennes classics. The entire province will again experience the thrills of cycling on the climbs Wanne, Stockeu and Haute-Levée, not to mention the traditional Mur de Huy!