Liege, one of the belgian gems you must see With its fiery natives and devotion to Pèkêt, the local genever (Belgian gin), Liege is known as La Cité Ardente, or burning city. Don’t leave town without strolling around the Carré district or haggling at the Quai de la Batte’s Sunday flea (...)
|From Paris||02:10||€ 29|
|From Frankfurt||02:15||€ 19|
|From Brussels||00:43||€ 19|
|From Cologne||01:01||€ 19|
|From Brugge||01:59||€ 31|
|From Luxembourg||02:27||€ 44|
|From Lille||02:48||€ 33|
|From Dusseldorf||01:36||€ 19|
|From Antwerp||02:10||€ 22|
|From Aachen||00:23||€ 12|
|From Maastricht||00:32||€ 7|
|From Barvaux||00:49||€ 10|
|From Namur||00:39||€ 13|
Getting around From Liege, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Maastricht||00:42||€ 7|
|To Barvaux||00:51||€ 10|
|To Aachen||01:06||€ 12|
|To Namur||01:10||€ 13|
|To Brussels||01:11||€ 19|
|To Antwerp||02:14||€ 22|
|To Brugge||02:32||€ 31|
|To Cologne||03:01||€ 19|
|To Luxembourg||03:21||€ 44|
|To Lille||03:50||€ 44|
|To Dusseldorf||04:02||€ 19|
|To Frankfurt||05:27||€ 19|
|To Paris||06:02||€ 29|
Liege city guide
Liege, one of the belgian gems you must see
With its fiery natives and devotion to Pèkêt, the local genever (Belgian gin), Liege is known as La Cité Ardente, or burning city. Don’t leave town without strolling around the Carré district or haggling at the Quai de la Batte’s Sunday flea market.
On Saint-Lambert square, you can admire the Prince-Bishops’ Palace from the 16th century and visit the "Archeoforum", the archaeological Museum, surprisingly located under the square and taking you to a travel through 9000 years of history.
As you walk around though the town centre, you will find six collegiate churches, beautiful witnesses of the Liège principality. Head to the market square to admire the oldest monument of Liège dating back from the 11th century: the "perron", which is a stone column decorated with a cross-bearing orb, symbolising freedom and autonomy.
You should also take a short cruise on the Meuse river to relax while enjoying a fantastic view on Liège
Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Liege.
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- "Tiny Thalys " Ayala s. 19/10/2013
The service is fine, but the train itself feels overcrowded, especially concerning the very small luggage space, which is always full and usually very far from the seat. Situated next to the exit, these luggage compartments do not feel secure at all. The price is not cheap, but it is a fast train, relatively comfortable. The sockets next to each seat are a very good feature, and the bar is not too expensive, offering surprisingly fresh croissants!
- "Excellent" Dominique p. 19/08/2013
On time, fast, staff very friendly, especially at Liege, to get the connection to Maastricht (time and platform). Liege railway station is beautiful. Tickets delivery well done. I definetly like the train.