It’s been a while since you went, hasn’t it?

We don’t know about you, but we hate the smell of popcorn, nachos and chocolate, the noise and the selection of badly dubbed films in big cinema theatres.
So, we recommend you take a trip to the oldest cinema in Brussels – “Le Palace” – recently renovated and reopened under the management of Luc Dardenne in the pedestrian district.
If it’s nice weather, a summer Saturday, and you’re in Liège, head straight to see a cult film or brand new release in the open air Cinéma Sauvenière (if it’s raining and you’re unprepared: order drinks on a tray and shelter under the tray).

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