Liege Travel Guide - Wallonia's Largest City 

Discover everything at Liege, Wallonia's largest city, from fine dining to the famous opera house. In fine weather, experience Belgium's largest and oldest open-air market, attacting as many as 100,000 people!

A visit to Liege is a must for anyone visiting Belgium. With so much to do and some spectacular sights to see, Liege never fails to amaze.

Browse the unique designer boutiques or get a taste for Belgium and visit one of Leige's top restaurants and bars. On a Sunday, you can visit the world famous La Batte market which attracts big crowds, creating fantastic views! Alternatively, why not take a stroll to the world's first shopping arcade, opened in 1831.

Leige is rich in culture, boasting medieval churches and abbeys, allowing for some great holiday snaps! Venture around these areas on foot, taking in all the wonderful and breathtaking surroundings.

Visit Liege (Belgium)

Liege is easily accessable by taking the DFDS Seaway's ferry to Holland from Newcastle with your vehicle, then driving to Liege from Amsterdam. Only a short 3 hour drive from IJmuiden port, Liege is only a stone's throw away.

Things to see and do in Liege

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Liege boasts beautiful scenery and buildings, as well as an array of interesting things to do. Visit one of the museums, or simply choose to experience the local culture.

Spectacular sightseeing
Liege is home to many wonderful landmarks including a fine array of medieval churches, abbeys and convents. Take a stroll through the streets of Liege and be dazzled by the rich culture of this wonderful Belgian city. Visit the 19th century Opera House, the world's first shopping arcade, or try Citadel Hill, a large green space perfect for romantic and relaxing walks.

The Aquarium and Zoological Museum
Have a fun day out for all the family at the Aquarium and Zooligical Museum. Here, you can discover everything from sharks to turtles, before venturing to the Zoological section, where you can learn about animals from the African Savanna.

Citadel Hill
Only a short walk outside the city centre, Citadel Hill provides the perfect setting for a romantic stroll. Browse the different gardens and get a taste for Liege's history, making your time in this Belgian city a one to remember.

Shopping in Liege

Liege offers many designer boutiques exclusive to the city, making your shopping experience unique. Browse around the cities' many shops, finding anything from fashionwear to souvenirs.

Want to combine shopping with a touch of history? Visit the world's first shopping arcade which opened for business in 1831!

Liege is renowned for its markets, which are open every Sunday morning until mid afternoon. On a fine day, Belgium's largest market can attract as many as 100,000 bargain hunters, creating spectacular views. 

Eating out in Liege

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With many top restaurants situated in Liege, choosing where to go may be a difficult task. Home to fantastic local delicacies such as 'boulets' - meat balls with raisins, juniper berries and syrup, Liege has it all. Here are some of the most popular restaurants in Liege.

L'Heliport Restaurant
Specialising in French and seafood cuisine, L'Heliport Restaurant represents everything fine dining stands for. Enjoy your meal indoors or why not make it that little extra special and dine outside alongside the Meuse river. With a wide range of wines available to accompany your delicious food, a visit to L'Heliport Restaurant is a must!

L'Enoteca Restaurant
L'Enoteco offers delicious French, Italian and Mediterranean food. Enjoy steaks, puddings and much more in this cosy and friendly restaurant. Relax with your favourite drink and let the staff look after you, ensuring your experience of L'Enoteca is a special one.

Le Lulay - Al'Copete Restaurant
If you would like tasty food at low prices, then look no further than Al'Copete Restaurant. Offering delicious steaks, salads and more, Al'Copete offers something for couples and families. Experience local cuisine at its best and find out why Liege is renowed for its love of fresh local food.


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