Liège, the ideal holiday destination!
Renowned as being one of the most welcoming towns in Europe, Liège is also home to an exceptionally rich built heritage, its historic centre counting some 400 listed monuments! On the programme for your day: museums, walks up on the town’s hillside and, of course, a break for a delicious café-liégois!
After the festive ambiance of the town, rediscover the tranquillity of nature at your campsite in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes. Stay in a fully-equipped mobile home or on a vast camping pitch for a tent or campervan and make the most of the campsite’s tree-planted setting for a host of great activities: bathing in the swimming pools of the water park, games of pétanque on the campsite court, tennis, football or beach volleyball tournaments... And not forgetting the innumerable hiking trails that leave directly from your luxury campsite! On foot or by bike, head off to conquer the most beautiful landscapes of Wallonia and enjoy a holiday that’s 100% nature, here with Sandaya.
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Visit Liège with the family
After a great breakfast at the campsite, prepare for a wonderful day of adventures with all the family in the streets of the “Cité ardente”. With its green hillsides, sparkling river and high concentration of historical monuments, Liège possesses an almost magical charm certain to enchant everyone, but especially the children!
At the top of your must-visit list, the Liège museums are perfectly adapted to even the youngest visitors. So take a trip to the Aquarium-Museum to admire its 2,500 fish from seas all around the world or discover the House of Science for a totally unique experience. And, of course, you’ll end your day with a delectable chocolate-coated Liège waffle!
Visit Liège as a couple
On the banks of the Meuse, up on the town’s hillside or in its historic centre, Liège knows exactly how to show off its romantic side and offer you the most delightful walks to enjoy hand-in-hand. So, ready to hit the heights? Head for the Bueren Mountain and its 374 steps that will lead you up to the Coteaux de la Citadelle. Not only a veritable green lung for the town, this beauty spot also offers a sublime panorama over Liège!
Once down at the bottom again, you’ll adore a gentle stroll through the Place Saint-Lambert to admire the Prince-Bishop’s Palace or the Curtius Palace on the quayside overlooking the Meuse. In need of a break? Stop off in Le Carré, one of the liveliest districts in the town, to sample the famous Liège dish of meatballs and chips!
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And what if you visited Liège in a different way? Jump aboard the river shuttle and admire the town from down on the water!
You’d like to find out even more about Liège? Head for the Archéoforum that will recount all the town’s history!
Whether you’re a serious fan or simply curious, Liège is THE capital for beer-lovers: prepare for some serious tasting!
Over the Whitsun weekend make your way to the Parc de la Boverie to discover the Épicuriales de Liège, an impressive open-air restaurant!