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Office Du Tourisme De Liège

The Liege Tourist Office opens its doors to you every day. As the first point of contact for Liege and its region, you will find all the information you need for a pleasant and rewarding stay in the region. Personalized advice, brochures, digital space an… Detailed description
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Description

The Liege Tourist Office opens its doors to you every day. As the first point of contact for Liege and its region, you will find all the information you need for a pleasant and rewarding stay in the region. Personalized advice, brochures, digital space and a relaxation area, every beautiful stay in Liege starts here.


The Tourist Office is located in the Halle aux viandes, the oldest civil building in Liege. Built in 1546, the hall is one of the oldest civil buildings in the city. It was built for the butchers' guild, known in Liege as the mangons. Their coat of arms can be seen above each entrance. The interior, with its 16th-century framework and columns, is worth a visit. Renovated in the 1990s, it was used as an exhibition hall before being converted into a tourist office in May 2016.


Souvenir shop

Want to take a little souvenir home? Discover the unique souvenir shop!

The shop offers a fine assortment of Liège products. From the Tchantchès mug to the key ring, from the bottle opener to the postcards without forgetting the unavoidable Tchantchès and Nanesse puppets!

And for art and history lovers, a selection of books and comics tell the story of Liege through its artistic, cultural and architectural heritage.


Timetable

From 1/10 to 15/5

Monday to Saturday from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Sundays and public holidays from 9am to 3pm.

From 16/05 to 30/9

Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 5pm

Sundays and public holidays from 9am to 4pm.

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