- Central meeting point
- Helmet and bike included in price
- Small groups
- #1 Liège Bike Tour
- Book now, pay on the spot!
Visiting the third most populous city in Belgium after Brussels and Antwerp? Then join our Liège Bike Tour and see the best of the city in 2.5 hours. This may not be the first city you think of when planning your trip to Belgium, but this city will for sure surprise you. Cozy cafés, great artisan beers, a beautiful historic center, an impressive train station designed by Santiago Calatrava and so much more. See the authentic side of Belgium on a fun cycling excursion with an English-speaking guide.
Explore Liège on a fun & informative bike tour
This is what you will see
- Guillemins train station
- Avroy park
- St. Paul’s Church
- Saint Jacob’s Church
- Le Carré
- The Opera House
- St. Lambert’s Square and the palace of the bishops
- Place du Marché (The Market Square)
- Historical center
- Montagne de Bueren (374 steps stairway leading from Hors-Château to the Citadel
- Grand Curtius Museum
- Saint Bartolomeus church
- University, theater and Grand Poste
- Outremeuse Area
- Boverie park and museum
The Liège Bike Tour starts from the Guillemins Railway Station, a work of art, designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava. Our experienced guide will then take you on this surprising cycle route past all the sights. History, culture, and nature, will all be a part of this bike ride and you will be surprised about the many aspects of the city. You will get to know the city in a fun and active way and learn more about this city on the Maas River. You will stop regularly to hear fun anecdotes, ask questions and take pictures.
Book a Bike Tour in Liège online now!
Did we spark your interest? Visit this city and see a more authentic side of Belgium where the tourists don’t usually go. Experience culture, architectural masterpieces and a great vibe.
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