Campanile Liege Luik

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Rue Jules de Laminne 18, Liege, Liege, 4000, Belgium
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Standard v Everton

by BrenfromEngland

Hi
I'm coming to Liege for the Everton game on 2 October.
Can anybody advise of good places for a few beers with the locals please?
Most Everton fans are likely to head for the central areas - any English pubs / Irish bars.
I'd prefer somewhere a little more obscure to mingle with locals.

Any suggestions gratefully accepted.
Thanks

Re: Standard v Everton

by GPLiege

try the Celtic Ireland (http://www.cityplug.be/fr/Liege/W8GNQLAI_Restaurant_Celtic-Ireland.html).when the reds visited Liège a few weeks ago, there were many of them to visit the place!
have fun and enjoy Liège's welcoming spirit!

Re: Standard v Everton

by BrenfromEngland

Thanks for your suggestion Gilbert, but I'd prefer somewhere quieter.
Most English fans head straight for an Irish bar !

What is Outremeuse like?
Is it less likely that that area will be taken over by English fans?

Thanks again
Bren

Re: Standard v Everton

by GPLiege

it is indeed less likely :-) to meet some over there than in the "Carré" quarter!
there is a good looking tavern vrey close to St.Pholien church (well known from Simenon's roman): the Randahxe café; but you can simply try the first place you feel OK for you, and that's it !

Re: Standard v Everton

by BrenfromEngland

Thanks Gilbert
Bren

Travel Tips for Liège

go to 'le carre'' street on...

by xaver

go to 'le carre'' street on friday night, you will find all students drinking more and more, dancing in that street and doing any sort of thing on that street. A huge party without any arguing or violence.

Liège Tip

by funkymama

The entire old city center of Liège is one great collection of beautiful old private houses, most of which are built in the typical Mosan style. Especially in the old streets 'Hors Chateau' and 'Feronstré' the visitor needs eyes on his back to admire this wonderful old charm. Also in both streets one is easily drawn away from the main road by the numerous picturesque little alleys and dead end streets ('Les Impasses) where one quickly forgets that Liège is a large modern city (400.000 inhabitants).

Beautyful short trip thru the mountins & valleys

by charlesracine

Enjoy the scenery; take the train from Liege to Verviers. In 20 minutes you travel through more than a dozen Tunnels with beautiful Valleys, wonderful views of small villages, mountain streams and at least one castle. You can stop in the very pleasant town of Verviers or go on to Eupen. Eupen is located in the German speaking area of Belgium and once was part of Germany. Well worth the trip or an overnight stay in Verviers.

Saint-Barthélemy (2)

by wandeljp

Saint-Barthélemy

This is the oldest collegiate of Liège. The choir dates back to the 11th century. Here is one of the 7 "wonders" of Belgium: The baptismal funds in brass of 1107. To the origin it was located in the former baptistery that was destroyed during the French revolution.

The characteristic is the symbolic of bulls of the base

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C'est la plus vieille collégiale de Liège. Le choeur date du 11éme siècle. Ici ce trouve l'une des 7 "merveilles" de Belgique: Les fonds baptismaux en laitons de 1107 . A l'origine il se trouvait dans l'ancien baptistère qui fut détruit durant la révolution Française.

La particularité est la symbolique des taureaux du socle

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Montagne De Bueren

by bjankovic

Those who are in the mood to climb the 406 steps of the Montagne De Bueren will be rewarded with a great view of the city. Climbing the stairs is not as hard as it might look. I live to tell the story. It makes it more fun if you count the stairs on your way up. Unfortunately, my girlfriend and I were there when they were reconstructing the steps so the benches were taken out!

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Address: Rue Jules de Laminne 18, Liege, Liege, 4000, Belgium