Note that “Liège” is translated in some languages:

  • Luik in Dutch
  • Lüttich in German

On your way to Liège by car or train, you may sometimes see ‘Luik’ or ‘Lüttich’ displayed. No worries, all roads lead to Liège… 😉

Coming to Liège

By train

Liège-Guillemins high speed train station.
High speed trains from Paris, Brussels, Cologne and Amsterdam. Regional and intercity trains from most Belgian cities.
To get to the centre from the station: buses Nos 1 or 4, train to the Liège Saint-Lambert railway station.

By air

Brussels National Airport (Zaventem) or Brussels South Airport (Charleroi), then take a train to Liège (approx. 1 hour). From Charleroi Airport, you can also use the “Flibco shuttle” to Liège.

Travelling by bus in Liège

You can easily walk everywhere in the city centre. However, two days of the 2024 edition will be in the Sart Tilman campus and you will need to take the bus (or a taxi) to get there.

  • Bus line: 48 Opéra – Guillemins – Sart-Tilman Université – CHU

A single ticket costs 2,10€ (single tickets are more expensive if you buy them on board) and a “Multi 8 ticket” (for 8 trips) costs 9,2€.

Where can you buy a bus ticket when arriving in Liège? At the “ESPACE TEC Liège Gare des Guillemins” located in the main station or in the city. You can also use the TEC app to travel and buy tickets.

More info: TEC Tickets and fares