|Local draught beer||$4.07|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$16.30|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$2.41|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre||$1 323.00|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$4.07|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$99.37|
|1 Pair of Nike shoes||$119.38|
Flemalle-Haute is a picturesque Walloon municipality situated in Liege, a famous Belgian province. The nearest major International Airport to Flemalle-Haute is Maastricht/aachen Airport. There are many interesting tourist attractions in and around this place and this should be enough incentive to avail cheap flights to Flemalle-Haute.
The Château de Jehay is a spectacular castle known for its unique and brilliant architecture in Europe. It has been acknowledged as one of the exceptional Walloon heritages. This castle is a treasure house of curios. Behind the marvelous castle is a sprawling park garden. The Fort de Loncin is one of those twelve forts that were constructed in the second half of the 19th century, as part of the famous Fortifications of Liège. This superb fort was built during the period 881 and 1884 as per the plans and designs by General Henri Alexis Brialmont. The unique feature of this fort, as compared to other French-style forts of that period, is the fact that it was constructed solely of reinforced concrete instead of the usual masonry. You may arrive here on one of the many cheap flights to Flemalle-Haute and discover its rich historical past.
Aquarium Museum is a distinctive natural science museum highlighting the diversity of the aquatic and animal worlds. This museum studies, promotes and conserves animal life, a natural heritage of the land. It enjoys a footfall of about 90,000 visitors every year. Tourists, especially children, are thrilled to see the tank devoted to the marine animals found in the Great Coral Reef and a basin dedicated to sharks. You get the opportunity to be acquainted with warm water animals, fish belonging to the Great African Lakes, Tropical saltwater fish and, also, fish found in the Amazonian rivers. The Museum showcases about 20,000 specimens, naturalized or as skeletons, in an effort to demonstrate evolution and emphasize on diversity of the wonderful animal kingdom.
The magnificent Musée d'Ansembourg is a museum that portrays the 18th century lifestyle. This is a royal mansion and houses four of the existing original Oudenaarde tapestries, specimens of antique delftware pottery and an amazing six-faced clock invented by Hubert Sarton in 1795. Come and stay in one of the fine hotels in Flemalle-Haute if you wish to enrich your knowledge in a fun way.