Liège, daughter of the Meuse and Wallonia’s leading tourist city, is also a metropolis of European standing, of a manageable size, where the warm welcome is legendary.
Liège, a city renowned worldwide for its art and culture
A city of art and culture, Liège is home to the Opéra Royal de Wallonie, which has just rediscovered its former splendour, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège, renowned around the world for its virtuosity and repertoire! Finally, the University of Liège (ULG), the region’s intellectual and cultural centre and an economic hub, enjoys international renown.
Liège also represents an abundant cultural heritage: its numerous museums located in the city’s historical heart, including in particular the Grand Curtius, which retraces 7000 years of art and history of the Liège region, and the Museum of Walloon Life.
The Ardent City... a lively, festive and convivial town
Resolutely lively, the city of Liège regularly hosts major exhibitions and abounds in quality cafés, brasseries and restaurants that leave visitors spoilt for choice!
Liège city centre and, more particularly, the Cathedral Square and its environs, along with the famous “Carré”, are places that best embody the festive and convivial side of the Liégeois... definitely places not to be missed when you’re staying in Liège.
Some iconic business tourism sites in Liège
- The majestic Château des Thermes de Chaundfontaine
A short distance away from Liège, the Château des Thermes in Chaudfontaine
has three very attractive seminar rooms
, top-of-the-range accommodation
(4-star hotel), renowned cuisine
and, of course, a Wellness centre
known for its multiple treatment, wellness and relaxation programmes.
- A renowned hotel sector, including a 5-star hotel
Besides this establishment, Liège has renowned, high-quality hotels
with more than 1100 available rooms, including several 3 and 4 stars
. Liège also has numerous charming hotels
and a remarkable 5-star hotel
located downtown: the Comtes de Méan
- The superb Palais des Congrès complex
The Palais des Congrès
. Recently renovated, the complex adjacent to the superb setting of la Boverie
enjoys outstanding surroundings and has more than twenty modular rooms
and an auditorium
that can host a thousand people. Its two large halls offer an unbeatable panoramic view
across the Meuse
- The Château du Val Saint-Lambert, home among others to the Cercle de Wallonie
Just a few kilometres away from Liège
, this castle
located on the site of a former Cistercian abbey offers you around fifteen rooms
for organising all types of events
. Moreover, on this same site, the Cristalleries du Val Saint-Lambert
form a major attraction where you can still admire the unique work and savoir-faire of the master glaziers
- And still more unusual, characterful sites
For the more imaginative among you, Liège province has various unusual offers, such as the “Pays de Liège
, which will take you away for cruises on the Meuse
, the Abbaye de la Paix Dieu
, the prestigious halls of the University of Liège, and the Cadran
, a quality events space located in the heart of Liège. For heritage fans, make your way to the Château de Harzé
. At the gate of Ardenne
, this residential seminar centre
offers a quality modern infrastructure
, along with 23 rooms with all conveniences.