On Sunday mornings, what is said to be the oldest street market in Europe -- and surely one of the most colorful -- is strung out for a mile along quai de la Batte on the north bank of the Meuse. You'll find brass, clothes, flowers, foodstuffs, jewelry, birds, animals, books, radios, and . . . the list is endless. Shoppers from as far away as Holland and Germany join sightseers from overseas, and what seems to be at least half the population of Liège. If you're anywhere near the city on a Sunday, plan to check out this marvelous shopping hodgepodge, if only to browse and people-watch.
Tip: You'll find good shopping in the several small pedestrian-only streets off place St-Lambert in the Old Town.
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