Taste a little bit of luxury - stay at an apartment in Liege
A booming industrial town in its heyday, Liege was once much more powerful than it is today. However, Liege is now the perfect place to rent holiday cottages and enjoy a city break. The city retains a sense of its former past before the 21st century and is a gem of history tucked into Belgium.Liege’s claim to influence in the realm of popular culture is as the home of the acclaimed novelist George Simenon, who created the famous police detective Maigret which was recently adapted for ITV and starred Rowan Atkinson. The city offers many relaxing walks where you can stumble across nearby restaurants and discover the amazing local cuisine. The Au Vieux Liege restaurant, is a classy seafood place close to the River Meuse that runs alongside the city and is highly recommended. When out and about travelling in Liege on your holiday, set aside an afternoon to hop on a cruise or hire a boat rental to tour Liege and the town’s outskirts via the River Meuse. These enchanting trips make a unique holiday which will pass by historic fairytale buildings. On foot, Liege offers a wide array of charming, undiscovered side streets and delightful outdoor cafés at nearly every corner, meaning that you certainly get more out of the city as you let yourself explore. The café culture here is reminiscent of that in Paris. If you have visited the area before or want to see somewhere else, the following suggestions offer similar experiences to those in Liege.
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Holidays in Liege - A welcome change
The main Cathedral is among the most popular sites to see in Liege. Those seeking a slightly steeper climb might visit the Bueren Mountain, which is more of an extended stairway than a mountain. Nevertheless, here that you will be able to see a stunning panoramic view of the city, so remember to bring your camera to bring back memories of this stunning holiday destination. If you are looking for accommodation in Liege, there are plenty of luxury holiday villas, and holiday cottages to rent that will typically provide good value for money. The rooms may be a bit smaller than what you’d normally expect, however they will provide the base for your holiday.
Among the popular sites to see on holiday in Liege is the main Cathedral. After relaxing at the holiday villa, those seeking a slightly steeper adventure might try their luck climbing the Bueren Mountain, which is more of an extended stairway than anything resembling a mountain. Nevertheless, it is here that you will be able to see a stunning panoramic view of the city, so remember to bring your camera to bring back memories of this stunning holiday destination. If you are looking for accommodation in Liege, there are plenty of luxury holiday villas, holiday rentals Liege and holiday cottages to rent in Liege that will typically provide good value for money. The rooms may be petite but they provide the base for the perfect cottage holiday.
(Further information: https://www.casamundo.co.uk/holiday-rentals/belgium/liege#ee1f7dae)
What are the most popular accommodations in Liège?
The most popular accommodation types in Liège are apartment rental and bed and breakfast rental. With 15 accommodations in Liège, the perfect holiday home is only one click away.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Liège?
With Casamundo you can find rentals in Liège starting at £57. On average, you will stay in a 28 m² (Bed and breakfast rental) or a 90 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Liège ?
We can help you find accommodations in Liège for a group. On average, the apartment rental has space for 4 guests.