Malmedy The Essential
Interesting
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).

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Malmedy
Rocher de Falize
Rocher de Falize
This magnificent needle has sheer sides
30 minutes
Cathedral of St Peter and St Quirin
Cathedral of St Peter and St Quirin
The front of this former Benedictine
15 minutes
Maraite House
Maraite House
This village nestling in the upper
15 minutes