A superb 17th-century castle perched on a rocky outcrop above the Houyeux river valley in the province of Liège.... Find out more...
Liege, the Ardent City, a city that never sleeps
Only 1 hour from Brussels, 1 hour from France, 30 minutes from Germany and 15 minutes from the Netherlands, Liege is an internationally-connected city.
The city of Liege is alive and bursting with energy around the clock, yet its wealthy historical past has not trapped it with traditions.
Its historical heritage has undergone successful renovations such as the very contemporary Liège-Guillemins TGV Train Station designed by famous architect Santiago Calatrava.
The art of living in Liege
A host of folkloric activities animate the city all year long, such as the festival on 15 August, held primarily in the "Outre-Meuse" neighbourhood, which was one of Georges Simenon's (the Belgian Agatha Christie) favourite neighbourhoods. Follow in his footsteps across the city and discover elements of his world of romanesque literature!
Join the crowds on Sundays along the Meuse and enjoy the La Batte Sunday Market, Liège. In the evenings, meet the friendly and hospitable locals in a bar or typical café.
There are countless ways to explore the city: on foot, by bike, by boat or by tourist train. Take your pick!
© WBT - Denis Erroyaux
The 48 hour Liège City Pass. 14 free museums in Liège, an audio guided visit, discounts for boat trips and the tourist train.... from 16€
© O.T. Liège - Marc Verpoorten
Liège still owes its livelihood to the river Meuse that inspired inhabitants with its strength and beauty...
Blue-bike is a classic or electric bicycle rental service available in 39 Belgian train stations.
Make the most of this great system and set off to discover the city and its attractions at your own rhythm and in an ecological way.
To find out more or to book your bike, visit the www.blue-bike.be website