Autumn is that time of the year when Liege sheds its shriveled foliage and braces itself for the winters with a certain festive spirit in the air. And so does the native population, who are quite welcoming. And when all these things come together then every morning you wake up in the city, not as a tourist but as one of its humble dwellers. For this lifetime experience, get your flights to Liege booked on time and increase your chances of getting cheap flights to Liege.
Liège Airport is the third biggest passenger airport of Belgium that offers Liege flights from destinations such as Agadir,Alicante,Antalya and Bodrum.Places of Interest in Liege
Liege, a historic and cultural city of Belgium on the river Meuse houses spectacular example of 17 and 18 century Mosan architecture. The city flaunts Belgium’s biggest palace, many of the oldest churches, and an array of fine museums. Start your tour with Museum of Wallon Art, admire the archeological pieces at Le Grande Curtius, shop on Sunday at the Europe’s biggest market - Marche de la Batte or visit one of the city’s oldest churches.Museum of Walloon Art
Here you will find an exquisite collection of fine art dating back over 400 years. Appreciate and admire vast collection of art pieces from well renowned artists of the Leign region including Jean Latour and Leonard Defrance.Le Grand Curtius
It is one of the best museums of archeology and decorative arts in the continent that will make an instant appeal with the tourists. Expect here to find evidence of early civilizations, masterpieces from middle ages, Baroque sculptures, glass, weapons and more.Marche de la Batte
Indulge in a shopping spree and shop till you drop dead at Marche de la Batte in Leige. On every Sunday, the banks of the Meuse host Europe's biggest market, the Marcheede la Batte between 8 AM and 2:30 pm.