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...
Musée de la Vie Wallonne
In an adapted convent-cloister building, this imaginative, modern museum takes visitors on a fascinating amble through the region’s...
Musée d'Art Réligieux et d'Art Mosan
Just steps away from the Museum of Walloon Life, is the excellent Musée d'Art Réligieux et d'Art Mosan. Spanning several floors, this...
Taverne à Pilori
The most traditional of many tree-shaded terraced cafés on Place du Marché facing the Perron Fountain and City Hall.
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
Lonely Planet review
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.