Located in the centre of Europe, the Province of Liège benefits from a strategic geographic location and has an unparalleled touristic range.
Liège... an unmissable stop during your visit
This destination has a number of unmissable features, such as the city of Liège, the Ardent City which, for a number of years, has been constantly evolving to the point of becoming one of Belgium’s most popular destinations.
Today, Liège is a hive of creativity and dynamism. Spectacular renovations have completely transformed the urban landscape. Among these transformations, we note the Liège-Guillemins high-speed train station, the Tour des Finances, the Opéra Royal de Wallonie, or the Théâtre de Liège... Finally Liège, millennial city and daughter of the Meuse, will charm you still further with its many museums, Historical Heart and river cruises!
Culture and heritage are firm features of the programme
A few kilometres away from Liège, the prestigious Spa-Francorchamps circuit hosts legendary races and the splendid Stavelot Abbey is home, among other attractions, to its museum. Blegny-Mine, a recognised UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Val-Dieu Abbey bear testimony to our forefathers’ rich industrial past and savoir-faire. The castles of Jehay, Modave and Reinhardsteinrise majestically at the turn of a road.
Nature in all its states
Keen on nature? Then let yourselves by charmed by the Remouchamps Caves, the world’s longest subterranean watercourse, Forestia and its animal park, or the numerous possibilities for trips offered by the High Fens.
Regional tradition and cuisine... the true art of living
Liégeois residents are considered to be bon viveurs, but equally exquisite gastronomes. Sample their culinary preparations, true specialities of this region and famed the world over, such as boulets liégeois meatballs, Liège waffles, pèkèt, chocolates, or beers.