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How to get here

On foot  plattengrond

The Archeoforum is right in the centre of Place Saint Lambert and its access is possible from several directions: from the top of the square, go down the stairs around the bus tunnel; along the square coming from the place du Marché or rue Léopold; or cross over the bus zone coming from Ilot Saint-Michel.

By car

Coming from the hills around Liege, take motorway E40 to the Liege center or A602 exit 33 / Burenville.
From Outremeuse, take rue Léopold via E40 Cheratte, Visé, Aachen.
Coming from Aachen, Visé, Cheratte or Outremeuse take E40 to rue Léopold.
Coming from Herstal, En Féronstrée and rue Saint-Léonard, take rue de Bex.

There are several paid car parks near the Archeoforum, including the Saint-Lambert car park.

By bus

Many buses stop at Place Saint-Lambert. Please refer to the TEC site.

By train 

The Archeoforum is below the Liege-Palais station, which is just a 2 minute walk to Place Saint-Lambert.

From the Liege-Guillemins station, about 5 trains per hour leave for Liege-Palais station, or you can take a bus to Place Saint-Lambert (get off at Place Saint-Lambert). Please refer to the SNCB site for train timetables.

By coach

Coach tours can drop groups off at Place Saint-Lambert, across the Tourist office, along Ilot Saint-Michel or on En Féronstrée, alongside Ilot Saint-Georges. Coaches can also use bus stops to let passengers off.

There is coach parking at the following:

  • place des Déportés (in the car park)
  • quai Van Beneden (across from the Aquarium-Museum)

All these coach parks are near Place Saint-Lambert.

For persons with reduced mobility

Because of the lay out of the vestiges and the narrow paths through them, the site is not entirely accessible to people in a wheel chair. A special entrance for wheel-chair users or for those who have trouble climbing stairs is located near the ticket office, at the entry of the bus tunnel. In collaboration with TEC Liege-Verviers, the pavement at this entry has been smoothed and securized. Persons who are unable to visit the Archeoforum can do a virtual tour by watching the documentary film. The Archeoforum guides have had special training on hosting persons with reduced mobility and can thus provide as much information as possible on the site, particularly to visually impaired visitors.

Downloadthe accessiblity plan.

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Your route with Touring

The map of the city and the timetables from the SNCB