Liège is Belgium’s third largest city. Located in French-speaking Wallonia in the east of the country, it sits on the River Meuse and is close to the German and Netherlands borders.
Once the powerhouse of Belgium’s industrial past, it remains an important economic and cultural centre. This is evident when arriving by train at Santiago Calatrava’s extraordinarily modernist Liège-Guillemins station.
Liège is a city for walking with impressive heritage set pieces, grand squares, and narrow old-town streets filled with sophisticated shops and high-end delis. This is a good-living city and there are bars, cafés and restaurants everywhere you look. Try the local juniper-flavoured spirit Peket to get you in the true Liège mood.
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