Liège: the Ardent city and the primary tourist city in Wallonia
  • Liège-Guillemins TGV station
  • The Finance Tower and la Belle Liégeoise
  • Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège
  • The Palace of the Prince-Bishops - Liège
  • St. Paul's Cathedral - Liège
  • Pays de Liège river cruises

The Liège region has some key attractions, such as the city of Liège, an "Ardent city" that has been growing steadily in recent years to the point of becoming one of Belgium's most popular destinations.
Spectacular renovations have completely changed the urban landscape. These include the Liège-Guillemins TGV station, the Finance Tower, the Opéra Royal de Wallonie, and the Théâtre de Liège.
Liège, a millennial city on the banks of the Meuse, will also charm you with its history, its many museums, its historic center, the Palace of the Prince-Bishops, St. Paul's Cathedral, and its Treasury, not to mention its river cruises!
  • Thermes de Spa
  • Spa Casino
  • Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps
  • Stavelot Abbey
  • Circuit museum - Stavelot Abbey

Did you know that the city of Spa, the birthplace of thermalism, was called Café de l'Europe during the 18th century? The city of water has kept its splendor and prestige from this period. A few kilometers away, the prestigious circuit of Spa-Francorchamps hosts mythical races and the splendid Stavelot Abbey houses its museum.
  • City of Eupen - Terrace
  • Malmundarium - Malmedy
  • Malmundarium - Exhibition

Further east, discover Eupen, the capital of the German-speaking community, and the city of Malmedy with its famous Malmundarium, a major attraction that recounts the history, folklore, and ancient industries of the region.
  • Remouchamps Caves
  • Forestia
  • The High Fens

Are you keen on nature? Then let yourself be charmed by the Remouchamps Caves, the longest underground navigation in the world, Forestia and its animal park, or the many opportunities for walks offered by the High Fens. 
  • Liège meatballs
  • Liège waffles
  • Belgian chocolate
  • Belgian beer - Brasserie C

Liège boasts a "bon vivant" reputation, but is also known for fine gourmet delights. Sample its culinary preparations, real specialties of this region that are known worldwide, such as Liège meatballs, Liège waffles, pékèt, chocolates, or beers.