Tourist Information

As the most important tourist city in Wallonia, Liège has innumerable riches in store waiting to be discovered.

The characteristic districts, the river Meuse, which transects from South to North, the abrupt and wooded hills surrounding it as well as its marked relief, providing a multitude of original perspectives give the city an exceptional charm.

A very current folklore kept alive by a positive-minded population, always ready for a feast, lively districts and a large number of restaurants all combine to make this an essential part of any trip to Belgium, not to mention its vigorous cultural and artistic life and a considerable architectural heritage.

The surrounding area also offers a vast array of options for walking and tourist visits.

A stone-throw of the Préhistomuseum, the Walloon Centre of modern art is a place for promoting, but also for encountering and raising awareness for modern art ( 

Don't miss the 4 other caves in the valley of the river Meuse :

- Engis’s cave, the first

- Scladina, the scientific (

- Spy’s cave, the Neanderthal (

- Goyet’s cave, the multicultural (


At 15 minutes of the Prehistomuseum, The Crystal factory and the Castle of Val Saint-Lambert invite you to discover the "Cristal Discovery" activity where, by means brand new historical and contemporary aids, you can watch the glass blowers at work. You can also visit our museum space inside the castle (