University of Liège
Place du 20-Août 7
4000 Liège (Belgium)
The academic hall is located in the city centre. Easily accessible from a lot of hotels by foot.
You can also access it with busses 2, 3 and 7 (stop 20 août).
Liège is located in the heart of Europe, easily accessible by plane through Brussels (Belgium), Kölhn or Frankfurt (Germany), by speed train at Guillemins TGV train station and by car from Belgium’s neighbouring countries.
Brussels Aiport (BRU)
The easiest is to take a train from the Brussels airport train station to Brussels North train station (or Leuven train station) and then to take a train to Liège Guillemins.
Tickets : tickets for internal train connections must be booked in the train stations. You can check the time schedule on the Belgium Rail Website or download the SNCB app.
Frankfurt airport (FRA)
You can take a direct fast train from Frankfurt airport train station (Frankfurt Flughafen Fernbahnhof) to Liege Guillemins train station, the journey takes 2 hours. These international tickets have to be booked in advance on the SNCB Europe website.
Köln-Bonn airport (CGN)
There is a direct Eurolines coach from the Koln airport (Cologne) to Liege Guillemins train station (2 hours). Tickets can be booked in advance on the eurolines website.
You can also take a direct train from Koln main train station (Hbf) to Liege Guillemins (you have first to take a train from Koln airport to Koln Hbf), tickets can be booked from here.
All international connections can be booked in advance here: https://www.b-europe.com/EN
For internal trains, tickets can be booked directly in the train stations, time schedule can be checked here: http://www.belgianrail.be/en
From Brussels Stations (North, South or Central)
A lot of connections from Brussels stations to Liège Guillemins, Liège Jonfosse or Liège Palais are organized every day and last about 50 minutes. For more information, visit the Belgium Rail Website.
From Zaventem Airport
If you arrived in Zaventem Airport, you will often have to take a train from the airport to Leuven and change in Leuven for a train to Liège. The total journey takes about one hour. For more information, visit the Belgium Rail Website.
From Charleroi Airport
If you arrived in Charleroi Airport you will have to take a bus in the direction of Charleroi (the bus stop is 5 minutes walk from the airport) and stop at the Charleroi Station where you have connections to the three train stations in Liège (Guillemins, Palais and Jonfosse) Belgium Rail Website. In general, this journey is longer than the others and lasts about two hours.
A well-developed networks of motorways (E40, E25, E42, E313) makes access to Liège by car fairly easy.
On motorway E25 – A 602 : exit 35 « Avroy – Laveu ».
2 public parking slots are located near the conference venue:
- Parking Charles Magnette : Rue Soeurs de Hasque 1b, 4000 Liège
- Parking Cathédrale : Place Cathédrale, 4000 Liège