Liége City Breaks
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This dynamic Belgian city is the third largest river port on the continent and lies at the crossroads of an important road that links this Wallonian city with Dutch Amsterdam and German Cologne. Full of spectacular architecture, museums and sites of religious and historic interest, Liége has more to offer than your typical Belgian city.
St. Paul's CathedralFounded in the 10th century, this neo-gothic structure became the city's replacement cathedral after the ancient St Lambert's was destroyed during the French Revolution. It features a pentagonal apse and striking ogival windows.
Jehay CastleSituated just a few miles from Liege, this fine renaissance château dates back to the 16th century and is surrounded by a large moat. It houses an impressive collection of art, tapestries, china, musical instruments and silverware.
Walloon Life MuseumDiscover the history of Belgium's Wallonia region at this relatively new museum. It features interactive displays along with its fascinating artifacts which span hundreds of years. It's here you can find the world's last operating guillotine.
Modern Art MuseumSome of the world's most famous artists have their work on display here, from Claude Monet to Pablo Picasso. Housing a perpetually updated collection of artwork and sculptures, the museum is renowned for its exhibitions.
St. Vincent's ChurchA striking church dating back to the 1930's, featuring impressive Art Deco domes designed by Robert Toussaint. St Vincent's serves as a parish church in the Liege community and is open all year around to visitors.
Curtius MuseumHoused in an early 17th century mansion overlooking the river Meuse, this popular museum once acted as the private mansion for Jean Curtius, an industrialist. Expect to find weaponry, religious art and archaeology collections here.