The Cathedral and the Carré (GR006)



Saint Paul's Cathedral, an old collegiate church, was founded in the 10-th century and rebuilt in the 13-th and 14-th centuries. Today, it is home to many works which used to be kept at the old Cathedral of Our Lady and
Saint Lambert, torn down during the Revolution. The old l'Île neighbourhood, one of the oldest in the city, dates from the 11th century, when the famous Carré, with its orthogonal street layout, was created. It is now full of
entertainment venues, including show halls, cinemas, bistros and restaurants, as well as shopping centres. Let a guide take you on a journey of discovery of this friendly neighbourhood which has made Liège famous.

Note: the cathedral is open from 8 am to 5 pm and may be subject to access restrictions depending on religious services.
  • Language :
    • French
    • Dutch
    • German
    • English
    • Italian
    • Spanish
    • French / Dutch
    • French / English (bilingual)
    • French / German
  • Type of visit :
    • Walking tour
  • Theme :
    • Local history
    • Architecture and heritage
    • Places of memory