Getting there and travelling around in 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 Palais railway station.
        www.sncb.be
         
      • By air
        Liège-Bierset Airport.
        Brussels National Airport (Zaventem) or Brussels South Airport (Charleroi), then take a train to Liège (approx. 1 hour).
        To get to the centre from the airport: bus No 57.
        www.liegeairport.com 

Getting around in Liège

      • By bus
        Urban circuit: buses Nos 1 or 4.
        One day pass available at the “Maison du TEC” (local transport company information centre).
        www.infotec.be

      • By car
        Car parks in the city centre: 
        - Parking Saint-Lambert, place Saint-Lambert
        - Parking Cathédrale, place de la Cathédrale
        - Parking Saint-Denis, place Saint-Denis
        - Parking Saint-Georges, quai de la Batte
        - Parking de la Cité, quai de la Goffe
        - Parking Opéra, place du Théâtre

 

In Belgium you can leave your vehicle in the parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities, which are identified by signs or road markings. All parking spaces in Liège are FREE for people with disabilities who display their PRM parking cards. This includes both PRM parking spaces and spaces with parking meters, except for those reserved for deliveries, police and local residents (“livraisons, polices et riverains”), where only local residents who display their local resident parking cards may park.

Get a map of Liège showing parking spaces for people with reduced mobility (PRM) near your destination!

This digital map lists the 850 parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities throughout the city of Liège. It's as easy as 1-2-3: zoom into the neighbourhood where your destination is located to look for available spaces, which are shown in blue with the PMR logo.