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Aywaille

The term designating the inhabitants of our municipality, "Aqualiens" comes from the Latin version of Aywaille "Aqualia loca" (watery area, miry terrain).

Touristic capital of Amblève valley, Aywaille is located 25 km from Liège and is privileged with major lines of communication (highway, train, bus).

Aywaille


Aywaille is also the largest commercial center in the valley, with numerous shops and dynamic hotels and restaurant sector, whose menus and patios are the pride of the city.

Place of Aywaille


The weekly Saturday-morning market reinforces the city's appeal.

Recognized as a European Municipality in 1986 and 2002, Aywaille has numerous friendship relations with cities throughout Europe.

Aywaille also welcomes you with its municipal swimming pool, its sports center, its playground, its park, its pedestrian and bicycle path between Aywaille and Sougnè-Remouchamps, the cleverly named "Voie des Aulnes" (Alder Path), and its footbridge.

The communal park Louis Thiry
Walking and cycling path La Voie des Aulnes
The footbridge over the Amblève


Aywaille is home to many vestiges of the past, such as the 11th century St. Peter's Church, the old homes in the rue Hongrée, Dieupart church…

The area surrounding our charming little village is the starting point of beautiful pedestrian and bicycle routes allowing visitors to discover such magnificent places as "Bleeding Rock", Emblève Castle, Septroux, Chambralles, and others.

Castle of Emblève (private)
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