Liège-Guillemins station is about 1.5 miles to the southwest of the town centre. Regular trains and buses run from outside the station to destinations across the city. Or taxis are on hand if you prefer.
Place des Guillemins 2, 4000 Liège
Ticket Office opening hours:
05:30 - 22:00 Daily
The station is about a half hour walk from the city centre if you fancy stretching your legs.
Regular local trains run from the station to Gare de Palais in the centre of town.
You can catch a local bus directly outside the station. Buses running into the city are signed "Pl. St. Lambert" or "Opera".
You’ll find taxi ranks outside the station exit.
There are bicycle spaces onboard Eurostar if you want to take your bike with you on holiday. But beware: there are some pretty steep hills in Liege!
Liège-Guillemins station opened in 1842 during the golden age of the railways. A year later, the first international trains started running from the station to Cologne in Germany.
In 1905 the station building underwent major renovations in time for the 1905 World Fair in Liege. Fifty years later it was replaced completely to meet the demands of modern rail travel.
Following a major redesign in 2007, the present day station has nine tracks and five platforms and is fully equipped for high speed arrival and departure. The new station building is an ultra-modern combination of steel and metal - its most striking feature a large glass dome roof, which is opened whenever the weather is good.