Liège is the capital city of the province with the same name. The spoken language is french, but some people will also speak or at least understand English.
Liège is a city that’s changing quickly filled with contrasts and rich in culture and heritage. The city has a dynamic commercial centre with many pedestrian shopping streets. There are also many public parks and gardens.
How to travel to Liège:
Liège has it’s own airport serving direct flights Spain, Turkey, Greece, Morokko, Tunis and Israël. Liege Airport is also an important gateway for Chinese Tourists visiting Europe.
There are international ICE Trains and Thalys High Speed trains connecting Liège with Brussels, Paris, Aachen, Cologne, and Frankfurt. For more information check Trains to Belgium.
Intercity trains are operated by NMBS/SNCB, offering and excellent connection between Liège and countless other towns and cities in Belgium.
Finding Accomodation in Liège:
Sightseeing in Liège:
Liège holds a lot of treasures for you to explore. You can easilly explore the city centre on foot. Alternatively you can also take a ride in the touristic train, or take a boat cruise on the river Meuse.
- Place Saint Lambert
- Montagne de Bueren
- Liège Guillemins Trainstation
- Visit the Aquarium Museum
- Visit the Blegny Mining Museum
- Visit the Royal Opera and Theatre House of Wallonie
- Visit the Public Transport Museum
Getting around in Liège:
The busses in Liège are operated by TEC. A single ticket in Liège costs 2,10€ and is valid for 60 minutes. A day ticket costs 5€. For more information check the Belgium Public Transport Guide.
- Liège Waffels
- Sirop De Liège