Welcome to Liège, a city with a population of 200,000, ideally located at the heart of Europe! Constantly changing, Liège is undergoing a veritable revolution thanks to the installation of a tram line. This impressive project, which is gradually ending, will make the city more beautiful and accessible.

Liège is nicknamed the “Ardent City” and is a central, innovative, cultural, student, gourmet and... sporting city. Coming here means taking advantage of its many facets and activities: historical and artistic discoveries, gastronomy, shopping, etc.

Its architectural heritage boasts seven old collegiate churches, the Palace of the Prince-Bishops, the Cité Miroir cultural and exhibition center, the Curtius Museum, the Bueren stairway and urban frescoes signed by prestigious artists...

Art is represented in two leading museums: La Boverie (a fine arts museum and exhibition centre) and the Grand Curtius, which has five collections.

A walk on the famous hillsides of the Citadelle offers peace and quiet and a breathtaking view over the valley. Liège is the “Ardent City” but also a gourmet city with its local specialities: Liège-style meatballs, regional beers, Liège waffles, and café liégeois.

As for cycling, the Quai des Ardennes will be buzzing all weekend to the rhythm of the “Doyenne des Classiques”: on Saturday, with the presentation of the teams and on Sunday, with the riders signing in on the podium, the start of the men’s race, the finish of the men’s and women’s races and, last but not least, entertainment provided by the event’s numerous partners