Vallée de la MeusePéniche sur la Meuse avec un paysage verdoyant et quelques maisons
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Saturday in the Meuse Valley

Huy, a city of history
nested between two shores

Saturday is the perfect day to discover the town of Huy… Whether you’re a lover of history, nature, shopping, or just a good time!”

Take advantage of the morning to discover the Collegiale. Its massive tower houses the famous Rondia, Belgium’s largest radiant Gothic rose window. Then walk over to the Grand Place for a terrace lunch overlooking the famous Li Bassinia. There’s something for everyone: brasseries, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, upscale and local fare, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

Find it, love it, buy it

Are you in the mood for some shopping?

Huy has some very nice stores, from major ready-to-wear brands to designers, craftsmen and specialist boutiques…

A simple stroll from Rue Neuve, at Batta, to the area around the Grand Place is enough to grasp the breadth of propositions on offer.

An impressive visit

Fort de Huy

Finally, discover the Fort and its magnificent panorama! Built by the Dutch between 1818 and 1823 on the site of the former castle (Li Tchestia), the Fort was transformed into a detention camp by the German army during the Second World War.

Today it’s an important place of remembrance.

Medieval cobblestones and alleyways

How about exploring old Huy before your evening out?

Wander the cobbled streets and feel the medieval atmosphere that once enlivened the streets of the Hut city. Discover the remains of the ramparts that once encircled and protected the city.

Return to the Grand Place for an aperitif and indulge in an aperitif board and/or wine selection from Mundo Vino.