Do you want to surprise your lady? Are you looking to seduce your man?
Liège is also a place for romance! With its small picturesque streets, spa centres, romantic restaurants or a halt at the “Place des amoureux” (lovers’ square), there are many secret and especially romantic places in Liège.
Our ideas for romantic strolls :
Along the Meuse River
Public art at the water’s edge.
The banks of the MeuseRiver are pleasant in any season, offering a variety of atmospheres and viewpoints. In particular, you can admire several works of modern art by following a special trail (RAVeL). You can find this trail via the application Walks through Liège or leaf through its paper brochure version.
On the hills
The slopes of the citadel. The countryside in the city and some of the finest views over the Liège valley can be enjoyed from the slopes of the citadel. With a 3-star rating in the Michelin Guide (one of only 3 tourist sites in Wallonia that can boast this distinction), this site of natural heritage spread over 80 hectares can be discovered on foot with a gentle stroll – and be sure not to forget your camera!
Several circuits are available on this map or via the Walks through Liège application.
The cul-de-sacs of Rue Hors-Château
There is something mysterious about the cul-de-sacs that punctuate one of the most eye-catching streets in Liège. Formerly inhabited by workers, they are today a haven of tranquillity for those seeking a moment’s calm away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Take a stroll down Impasse de la Vignette or Impasse de l’Ange, the most impressive cul-de-sacs.
Whilst you are there, cross the street and discover Cour Saint-Antoine, one of the best kept secrets of the city.
Look after your body and your mind
There are many opportunities for relaxing in our region, such as the famous thermal baths at Chaudfontaine or Spa, but you can also enjoy an urban formula with the spa centre at the 5-star CrownePlaza hotel. Additionally, there are plenty of Turkish baths and other body care possibilities in the city centre and its outskirts.
Look after your body by looking after your mind. For romantic culture, look no further than an unbeatable evening at the Opera or listening to the Philharmonic orchestra, without forgetting the superb Theatre of Liège.
For those seeking something more eclectic, the programmes at the Reflektor or Blue Sphère will satisfy lovers of pop, rock, electro or blues music.