Win a five-star foodie weekend in picturesque Liège
Monday 11 June 2012
Liège is one of the most historic cities in Europe. The birthplace of the Emperor Charlemagne, it's the capital of French-speaking Belgium, and steeped in culture.
Here’s your chance to win a foodie weekend in the city for two, staying Friday and Saturday night, in association with the Belgian Tourist Office-Brussels and Wallonia.
Your trip will include return Eurostar travel to Liege, two nights at the recently opened five star Crowne Plaza Liège Urban resort, dinner for two at Le Sélys, the Crowne Plaza Liège’s gastronomic restaurant, and dinner for two at Enoteca, one of the most popular restaurants in Liège.
It's a fabulous prize, and you won't want to miss out. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below.
This competition closes at 10am on Monday 9 July 2012. The Independent's usual terms and conditions apply.
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