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Getting to Liège
Wondering how to get to Liège? The city is served by its own airport, Liège Airport, with flights connecting to and from the UK. It's just over a ten-minute drive between the airport and the city, so hop in a taxi to get there in no time.
Renting a car for your time in Liège? Drive to Brussels in just over an hour, or explore the scenic Belgian countryside surrounding the city. Choose a hotel with parking to make your stay easier.
What are the top things to do in Liège?
Liège is a bustling city with an irresistible atmosphere. The best things to see and do here include exploring museums and galleries, discovering independent shops and strolling around beautiful streets. Not to mention eating, drinking and revelling late into the night.
Eat, drink and enjoy
Liège is famous for its friendly locals and wonderful atmosphere. Delicious local specialities include Liège waffles made with cinnamon, caramel and vanilla and meatballs with Liègeoise sauce, served with fresh Belgian fries, of course!
When in Liège, order a glass or two of Pèkèt. This white spirit is made with juniper berries (like gin!) and is available in many flavours and colours.
The city is home to many unique attractions you won't want to miss. The Liège Archeoforum is the city's archaeological museum in the city centre, home to historical artefacts from centuries gone by. See what was discovered during excavations of the Place Saint-Lambert.
The Palais des Princes-Evêques (Palace of the Prince-Bishops) is another must-see in Liège, also found on the Place Saint-Lambert. This beautiful palace is now home to the province's government, and the impressive first courtyard is open to public visits.
Saint Croix Collegiate Church is one of seven collegiate churches in the city. It was built between the 10th and 11th centuries when Liège was one of the most renowned urban centres of the Holy Roman Empire. The Romanesque tower is a Liège landmark today
Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège
The Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège (ORW) is the city's beautiful opera house, a perfect choice for a memorable night in Liège. The sweeping staircase, plush red and gold furnishings and breathtaking painted ceiling set the scene for outstanding musical performances.
This attractive museum was built in the Parc de la Boverie for Liège International in 1905, initially home to prints and drawings from the city's Musée des Beaux-Arts. Head here today to see temporary exhibitions alongside the permanent collection, then enjoy a stroll around the gardens to complete your visit.
Montagne de Bueren
The Montagne de Bueren is one of the most recognised landmarks in Liège. This 374-step staircase was named after Vincent de Bueren, who defended Liège against an attack in the 15th century. It's one of Europe's most dramatic staircases. Will you make it to the top?
The Aquarium-Muséum is an excellent choice for a family day out in Liège. See enormous fishtanks, home to colourful sea creatures, and explore impressive taxidermy, fossils and assembled animal skeletons.