The province of Liège is a destination of traditions and folklore recognized as Unesco World Heritage. It hosts numerous carnivals and laetare annually on its territory. During the period from February to April, enjoy with family or friends the magical moments where floats, confetti, colorful costumes and other grimages mix. Discover the Cwarmé de Malmedy, Blancs Moussis de Stavelot, Carnaval du nord as well as the Prince Carnaval and Rosenmontag des Cantons de l’Est .
Will you join us? The invitation is issued 😉
Located 20 minutes from Liège city center, in the heart of Nadrin village, Chez Yolande is ideal for greenery lovers. It has two bedrooms and a well-equipped kitchen open to the living room, It can accommodate up to 4 people. Not to mention its decor, which is a beautiful mixture of an old and contemporary furniture.
Lots of small shops are nearby, as well as a nice little concert hall (Deux Ours).
You won’t be bored! 😉
Let’s face it, the love of Belgians for craft beers is not new and it’s not going to fade away anytime soon!
Microbreweries have continued to flourish all over Belgium in recent years. This is also the case in Manhay, in the Ardennes, where the Oster brewery caught our attention and its 7.2% blonde seduced our taste buds. Creamy and tasty, with a very reasonable bitterness and a pleasant cereal flavour. It even has a slight hint of cardamom!
Also, don’t hesitate to enter the Brasserie d’Oster, it’s a nice place to stop and taste the creations of the house and grab a bite to eat!
Curious UFOs in a mainstream musical landscape, the two Brussels musicians from Glass Museum have nevertheless forged a solid place for themselves on the new Belgian jazz scene and dusted off the style with subtle electro arrangements.
This face-to-face piano/drum instrumental duo is worth seeing as much as listening to and seduces with its energy and exhilarating soundscapes. Their second album should be released in March 2020. A discovery not to be missed!
Dina is a master degree student in marketing at HEC Liège. She joined ZeAgency to complete her training and develop her commercial skills with a 5-month internship. Her biggest motivation is the dynamic atmosphere of the agency as well as its team spirit !
Dina’s favorite appartments are the “Clarisses 5” for its modernity and its proximity to the city center and “Château Bernalmont” for its calm and the splendid surrounding greenery.
Currently a 3rd year student in ESSCA, French School of Management, on the Angers campus,Margot wanted to complete her international mobility within ZeAgency to acquire professional experience open to the Liège culture and customer relationship during a 5 months internship.
“L’Hôtel des Boulevards” remains her favourite studio because of its great luminosity as well as the “Kat103” for its decoration and comfort.