Belgium’s third largest town, Liège has a population of approximately 200,000 people and situated where the Ourthe and the majestically flowing Meuse rivers meet. Called the fiery city or La Cite ardente, it is an old industrial centre where new and old are rapidly meeting. For visitors spending a weekend, Liège has wonderful, old city center shopping streets and traffic-free alleys. Many Liège hotels are close to popular tourist sights and other interesting places and towns. Hotels in Liège and several of the Liège cheap hotels have historical characteristics but offer modern amenities. EasyToBook.com is a fast way for visitors to locate discount hotels. Liège is a wonderful town to visit while in Belgium.
The Museum of Walloon Art displays artworks dating back to the sixteenth century up to the twentieth century. The spiraling interior, housed in a modern, four-story building, is a must-see for art lovers. Both curious visitors and arms connoisseurs will enjoy the Liège Arms Museum with over 12,000 exhibits, dating from the fourteenth century. Saint James’ Church is an impressive church with a wonderful overview of various medieval architectural stages, ‘The dream of Jacob’ Renaissance sculpture, brilliant gothic vaults, stained-glass windows and more.
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