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Accueil  /  Practical Information  /  Getting around and parking in Liege

Getting around and parking in Liege

On arrival in Liège, tourists have plenty of possibilities for travelling around the city.
A city pass jointly proposed by the SNCB (train) and TEC (bus) makes it possible to link the city centre to surrounding municipalities and to travel between the various stations and bus stops.
Below are the varied options available.

Getting around between the Guillemins - Boverie centre and the historic centre

along the meuse river quai de la goffe in Liège

On foot

Take a leisurely 30-minute stroll along the right-bank RAVel route to visit the city centre from either the Guillemins station or Boverie Park.
It’s simple to get around on foot from the historic centre to the Cathedral, the Outremeuse district or even the Guillemins station and Boverie Museum. Check out all the guided tours available on the application Liège walks

By electric scooter

dott electric scooters in Liège along the meuse
Electric scooters are easy to use and a fast means to get where you want! In Liège they are available almost everywhere.
More information about electric scooter in Liege

The city of Liège is developing specific and suitable docking stations for scooters:  scooter docking stations

By bike

Couple on a bike ride in front of the building of the Liège Tourist Office
Biking is a fantastic way to explore this beautiful city. Bikes can be hired from the tourist information office,  at the Point Vélo of the Liège-Guillemins train station (from Monday to Friday), as well as certain hotels. Furthermore, the SNCB’s Blue Bike system is available at the Guillemins railway station if you register.

By bus

There are two bus lines in Liège which connect all major tourist spots. 
tec bus in front of the Guillemins station
From the Guillemins district to the city centre:

  • Line 1 runs from north to south
  • Line 4 (ring route) connects the two banks.

Other useful lines:

  • Lines 26 and 31 go to La Boverie (leaves from place de la République Française)
  • Lines 71 and 72 go between the place Saint-Lambert and the Citadelle (for easy access up the hill!)

Useful links:

By train


Coming to Liège by train
You can travel between the Liège-Guillemins train station (Guillemins district, Boverie Park) to Liège-Saint-Lambert train station in the city centre. There are no regular times but count around 5 trains an hour.

Plan your trip here:


By boat - Short cruises on the Meuse From April to October

Enjoy a short cruise to explore Liège centre aboard a ferry! Come aboard for a river cruise along the Meuse offering 5 stops where you directly reach the various districts from Coronmeuse to Fragnée to explore Liège heritage on land and from the Meuse (total of 1 hour for 5 stops) ! Strategic stops along the river allow visitors to easily access well-known Liège monuments and activities... The Boverie Museum and its adjoining park, the Guillemins train station, the pedestrian city centre, the place Saint-Lambert and place du Marché, the Grand Curtius Museum … a great moment to unwind and explore. Ferry accessible in both directions every hour from 10am to 6pm

By car

Some useful information regarding parking in Liège:
coming to Liège by car

The city has complementary incentive parking areas around the City with easy access to the city centre using public transport. You just need to buy your bus or tram ticket!
Please note that parking on public roads is free on Sunday.
More details about Parken in Lüttich.

CAR OR VAN RENTALS

There are numerous rental companies in Liège including:

By tram (opening in 2024)

Trams are an ecological, modern, quick and reliable form of public transport.
More importantly, they let the city breathe. As in many cities in Europe and elsewhere, urban life is acquiring greater space. Pedestrians and cyclists can thus draw greater enjoyment out of the new revamped public spaces. However, a project of such scale within a limited time framework inevitably creates inconveniences and disruptions regarding mobility.

By taxi

You’ll find taxis in all key parts of the city: Guillemins train station, Rue Léopold, Pont d’Avroy.
List of taxi companies
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