Arriving in Liège can be disconcerting, but don't be put off by its lack of obvious charm. The Second World War destroyed much of its heritage and nowadays Wallonia's metropolis presents a strong, authentic, working-class character. Artistic cradle of the Mosan School, the city of the Prince-Bishops has preserved its finest gem, the hills of the citadel: vegetable gardens, brick houses and narrow staircases among woods, clearings, orchards and pastures.
©A. del Castillo /age fotostockLiège
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