On a short stay at the Campanile hotel in Liège, your first day can be devoted to visiting the downtown Amercoeur district, on the banks of the Meuse river. A detour to La Batte, Belgium's oldest market and then the Pont des Arches is a must. In the evening, take a stroll around the Le Carré neighborhood, the city’s university center, where the best cafés and restaurants are found along tiny pedestrian streets. When you’re tucked away in one of these places, be sure to try the peket, Liège’s version of juniper liqueur and the official drink at city festivals. The last day could be devoted to the Grand Curtius museum, which brings together the region's Mosan art collections.
Liège is perfect for a week-long stay. A tour of its collégiales, six of which have been perfectly restored, is a must for history buffs, since these buildings tell so much about the city's great past. A night at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie and a walk through the ancient Beguine convents, like Saint-Christophe, are both sure to please you. The Campanile hotel in Liège welcomes you for an excellent stay in the city.
Liège offers families a warm welcome. Take a stroll in the shade of the century-old trees in the botanical garden, which houses more than 400 tree species and includes a lake and a playground for children. Or visit the Parc des Oblats, the city’s true green lung. Additionally, Liège is home to a colorful little character, Tchantchès, the city’s fun and battle-ready mascot and the hero of hundreds of puppet shows. A night at Liège’s famous Théâtre à Denis is a must for a better understanding of the popularity of Tchantchès.