Liège, a city along the Meuse River in Belgium's French-speaking Walloon region, has long been a commercial and cultural hub. And Galeries Saint Lambert is at its heart as the destination of choice for people of all ages to meet, eat, drink and shop.
Over 6.5 million people visit the 40 plus stores inside each year, attracted by the big name, international brands that line its glass-filled corridors. The large student population in the city helps to attract shops with a fresh, modern flair, buoyed by traditional department stores like Inno.
With 41,114 square metres of commercial space, Saint Lambert is big enough to offer a diverse shopping experience, but small enough to maintain its cultural heritage as a central meeting place. This is especially true during the winter holidays when the festive Christmas market sets up outside the Galeries' doors.