Montagne de Bueren
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...
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 de l'Art Wallon
From outside, this museum is a 1980s concrete travesty. Within, however, clever design creates a spiral of gallery spaces ideal for...
Taverne à Pilori
The most traditional of many tree-shaded terraced cafés on Place du Marché facing the Perron Fountain and City Hall.
This cosy restaurant, tucked away in a hidden yet central alley, serves up menus that are eccentrically designed around a regularly...
Lonely Planet review
Several tiny medieval passageways burrow beneath the house fronts of Rue Hors Chateau, most disappearing into hidden yards. However, the Montagne de Bueren continues steeply up all the way to the top of the former citadel hill in 373 steps. At the top is a war memorial and city panorama point behind which are the grassy 5m-tall brick fortress bastions but the summit is, disappointingly, a hospital. It’s less strenuous to climb the narrow side stairways that lead past Nun’s restaurant-bar into the gated Terraces des Minimes. Formerly the terraced fruit gardens of a series of religious orders, this is now a lovely hillside park-garden with great views that survey the incredible chaos of Liège’s rooftops.