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Situated on the Meuse River around 90km east of Brussels, Liège is the Ardennes’ largest city and the capital of its own province. First and foremost it is one of Belgium’s more industrial cities, making it a popular location for business trips. But it also has more to offer. This is the sort of place which takes time to get to know. There are many charming areas to the city which, with a bit of research and exploration, you are sure to enjoy.
The city lies inWallonia – the French-speaking part of the country – in the valley of the Meuse River, near the eastern borders with the Netherlands and Germany where the Meuse meets the Ourthe. The city has a youthful buzz as a major educational hub in Belgium, with 42,000 students attending over 24 different schools. The University of Liège, founded in 1817, has 20,000 students. Interestingly, the university’s official language is French.