Liège General Information
While the likes of Antwerp, Brugge and Ghent offer boundless charm in Belgium above and beyond the elegant capital Brussels, it behooves visitors with abundant holiday time to get out further and explore. Towns like Liège, for example, provide a critical and singular window into the soul of the country. Indeed, for those who want to acquire a taste of venerable, regional Belgium, a few days in the vibrant Wallonia city is a must.
While Namur is the administrative capital of the predominantly French region, with a city population of 200,000 and a metro population in excess of 750,000, Liège is a major pulse point in Belgium. A busy nexus of mechanical industry, information technology, aerospace and biotechnology, Liège has a notably diverse economy and serves as pre-eminent transport hub in Europe. For tourists however, Liège is a popular target because of a wonderful ensemble of museums, historic landmarks and monuments, and colourful folk festivals. Important points of interest to discover in Liège include the Cathedral, Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Museum of Walloon Art & Religious Art, and the Curtius Museum. Major events include the annual Christmas Markets, 15 August Festival and Liège–Bastogne–Liège Cycle Race.
- Liège Cathedral
- Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art
- Museum of Walloon Art & Religious Art
- Curtius Museum
- Roman Catholic Collegial Church of Saint Bartholemew
- Liège Christmas Markets
- 15 August Festival
- Saint Nicholas Festival
- Jazz à Liège
- Liège–Bastogne–Liège Cycle Race
- Au Point de Vue
- Chez Phillipou
- La Strada
- Les Dames Tartines
- Le Grain de Sel
- La Zone
- Luigi’s Piano Bar
- La Maison du Pékèt
- Taverne à Pilori
- Smile Café
Liège has a temperate oceanic climate, with mild winters and warm summers.
- Winter (December to February) 0-5°C
- Spring (March to May) 1-17°C
- Summer (June to September) 11-21°C
- Fall (October to November) 3-12°C
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