Things to see and do - Malmedy
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Malmedy Travel guide
Malmedy : Michelin's recommendations
Malmedy occupies a picturesque site in the centre of a bowl at an altitude of 340m, surrounded by steep wooded hills on the River Warche. In the vicinity there are ski slopes at Ferme Libert, to the north, and Ovifat. Malmedy formed an abbey principality with Stavelot until 1794. It is well known for its paper mills and tanneries. Don't let the "baisers de Malmedy" (Malmedy kisses) fool you! They are just tasty local cakes (but excellent nonetheless).
Tourist attractions Malmedy : Things to see and do
This magnificent needle has sheer sides overlooking the Warche Valley. A spire opposite indicates Wavreumont Abbey, founded by Leuven Benedictines in 1950.
pl. du Châtelet
The front of this former Benedictine abbey church (1782) is framed by two tall towers. The interior has interesting furnishings and fine artifacts. Note the 18C carved pulpit, late 17C confessionals, 17C Virgin by Delcour, wooden St Quirin reliquary ..
This village nestling in the upper Amblève Valley boasts the pretty half-timbered Maison Maraite, typical of the area (1592).
Pl Albert 1er 40 B - 4960 Malmedy
Hotel Albert 1er is located in the centre of Malmedy and features modern accommodation with free access to wireless internet, an à la carte restaurant and free public parking facilities. Spa-Francorchamps and Stavelot are both situated within 8 km. ..
Chemin Rue, 46 B - 4960 Malmedy
Come and spend a relaxing holiday in heart of the picturesque town of Malmedy and enjoy the charming 3-star accommodation of L'Esprit Sain. Savour the friendly atmosphere of this comfortable hotel and unwind in its tastefully decorated interior. Adm..
Grand Rue 43 B - 4960 Malmedy
This charming small hotel provides you with a characteristic base in the beautiful High Fens area. Enjoy simple, neat guest rooms, the lobby bar with fireplace and the refined restaurant. The Hotel Saint-Hubert adds a traditional touch to your rel..
Chemin Rue 46 B - 4960 Malmedy
Grand'Rue 28 B - 4960 Ligneuville
How could you resist the warm welcome and cosy atmosphere in the lounge with a crackling fire? The food is both modern and traditional and is often made with local ingredients. It is prepared by the owner Jean Goire, whose good humour is contagious.
Bellevue 3 B - 4960 Malmédy
This inn run by a couple is the place in Malmedy to enjoy trout. The fish only have to make a single leap from the ponds in the garden to the frying pan! Hearty, traditional menu.