Things to see and do - Liège
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Belgium's third city lies in a basin surrounded by hills at the meeting of the Meuse and the Ourthe. This great river port is an economic and commercial metropolis close to the border with Germany, and the headquarters of the economic institutions of Wallonia. Its glorious past has left it with a rich heritage of churches and museums. Liège is also a university town that students at the Sart Tilman campus keep very lively.
Tourist attractions Liège : Things to see and do
pl. St-Jacques B - 4000 Liège
This flamboyant Gothic church retains a Romanesque narthex, the remains of the Benedictine abbey founded in the 11C. To the north, you will see an interesting Renaissance façade. Under the porch, a bas-relief from 1380 represents the coronation of th..
Cour des Mineurs B - 4000 Liège
This museum is devoted to popular arts and folklore in the Walloon region. It is housed in a former abbey of the Friars Minor, and includes a puppet theatre and rooms devoted to traditional life. Visitors learn about bygone ways of life through inter..
Féronstrée 136 B - 4000 Liège
This group of museums occupies a cluster of buildings dating from the 16C-18C, the most emblematic of which is Curtius Palace (16C). A fine example of the Renaissance Mosan style, with its red bricks and cross-mullioned windows, it was commissioned b..
Boulevard de la Sauvenière 100 B - 4000 Liège
Situated in the city centre of Liège and the Ardent City, the pentahotel Liège is also conveniently located for the main motorways leading to Maastricht, Brussels, Paris and Koln. Free WiFi is provided. Located on the edge of the River Meuse, Liège ..
41 pl de la République Francaise B - 4000 LIEGE
The ibis Liège Centre Opéra hotel is situated in the city center, next to the opera house, in the Opéra shopping center. Liège is the third largest city in Belgium and boasts picturesque streets, the Palace of the Prince-Bishops and the longest Sunda..
Rue Saint-Denis, 6 B - 4000 Liège
Prix Prices from : 89 €
Set in the heart of Liège, a 5-minute walk from Prince-Bishops Palace and the popular Carré District, the modern hotel Amosa Liège offers air-conditioned rooms, free WiFi access and an on-site à la carte restaurant and bar. Rooms at the Amosa includ..
r. Goffe 8 B - 4000 Liège
A real 'bouchon lyonnais' in Liège! A setting that exudes tradition (all wood and stone), a warm welcome, and serves generous food (farm-fresh baked camembert, Burgundy snails, etc).
bd de la Sauvenière 70b B - 4000 Liège
The enthusiastic, self-taught chef prepares elaborate and delicious Italian food, creating subtle yet striking dishes that are a delight! The setting, all in wood, is warm and modern. A real treat.
r. Guillemins 47 B - 4000 Liège
This great neighbourhood restaurant is just a hop, skip and a jump from the train station! It has a contemporary but unpretentious interior, a peaceful atmosphere, and set menus in tune with the times.
Allée Erables B - 4000 Liège
This small castle combines the best of old and new. The chef adds personal touches and talented know-how to traditional recipes, resulting in richly flavoured, sophisticated dishes. What better encounter between old and new?
r. Clarisses 48 B - 4000 Liège
Les Folies Gourmandes is a town house where classic French tradition is preserved. For over 20 years the Burtons have been working passionately in the service of the gastronomic arts. They offer an attractive menu and delicious market-based dishes.
r. Hors-Château 46 B - 4000 Liège
This handsome bistro has a loyal following of regulars thanks to the generous efforts of Daniel Dumoulin, at the helm for over 25 years. In his inimitable stylish manner, he focuses on authentic flavours and reasonable prices.
r. Sœurs de Hasque 12 B - 4000 Liège
Christophe Goffin cannot be faulted in terms of taste, which he demonstrates day after day in his elegant restaurant just behind Saint Paul's Cathedral. He rustles up specialities from Burgundy, adding the occasional modern dish - all of which is gre..
r. Lulay des Fèbvres 5 B - 4000 Liège
This restaurant in the heart of Liege is a great favourite with red meat lovers. The entrance to the modern brasserie is actually through the family-run butcher's shop. Premium quality meat and traditional recipes.
rue Bonne Fortune 17 B - 4000 Liège
Treat yourself to a special moment and enter this classical building, adorned with a tasteful mix of old and new. The chef delves into culinary traditions from France, Asia and elsewhere to create dishes that are voluntarily surprising.