Former Palace of The Prince-Bishops
Once one of the greatest churches in northern Europe, St-Lambert’s Cathedral was demolished from 1793 in the aftermath of the Revolution...
Hôtel de Ville
At night the 1719 City Hall glows lugubriously in its blood-red spotlights. By day it commands Liège’s charming, if modestly sized,...
Musée de la Vie Wallonne
In an adapted convent-cloister building, this curious display takes visitors on an amble through the region’s past, exploring everything...
The modern lines of this central bar-cafe sometimes clash with the tradition-laden Belgian beer labels, but it's a pleasing place to try...
Specialises in rich Walloon cuisine with ultragenerous portions, attentive service and reasonable prices. Note the restaurant's apt logo...
Former Palace of The Prince-Bishops information
The Palais des Princes Evêques (former palace of prince-bishops) boasts a mishmash of styles: the facade is Italian Renaissance in parts and 18th-century French; the interior is Gothic. Seeing it for the first time, author Victor Hugo said, 'Nowhere have I seen a construction so remarkable, serious and gradiose at the same time.' Today, it's a courthouse.