Do you have some free time in your schedule? Then enjoy a unique cultural experience in Liege and discover a city with a diverse offer that appeals to several generations.
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Le Forum, La Cité Miroir, the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège and REFLEKTOR are examples of emblematic cultural venues in Liege, where the iconic French singer Patrick Bruel, Giuseppe Verdi's timeless opera Aida and the famous photographer Oliviero Toscani have marked the occasion by setting on fire the art scene in Liege.The effervescence is not only in the nickname, Liege's culture is also fervent and it has clearly become its trademark with the unmissable European hip-hop and urban music festival Les Ardentes. From lovers of French variety to exhibition enthusiasts, treat yourself by not missing any of your favourite artists, actors or singers when they come to the Cité ardente or to discover local and international artists along the Meuse.
Le Carré is an old and very popular area for party people, where all roads lead to a bar and the mythical venue Le Forum. With more than thirty bars, you don't have to see the glass as half-empty because you are sure to find a festive place to dance during your night out. You have tasted the festive cocktail prepared by the people from Liege and you want to extend the evening? Then head for the Box for crazy live performances such as that of the lucky winner Eva Queen of the category "Francophone Female Artist of the Year" for the NRJ Music Awards 2021. For those looking for a cosier place, there are original bars to sip your favourite drink such as Yam-Toto with its 400 board games and Tea Late Liège which is an eco-ethical tea space promoting local ingredients.
Close to Namur and linked to this city by the Meuse, Liege has a cultural offer as copious as its gourmet Liège waffle. Do you have any spare time in your diary? Don't waste a minute and discover the "Cité ardente" which is a destination for hedonists! With Culturius, you have the museums that make the history of Liege and those that allow this city to stand out for their originality: the Museum of Walloon Life, the Grand Curtius, the Archeoforum and the Tchantchès Museum. The street art dots the Liege area with its bright colours and creativity. You also have a multitude of cultural highlights to enjoy the Liege culture along the Meuse, such as the 15th August festivities and the Wallonia Festival Festivals in Liege.