Our installations are at the physics institute (B5a) located on the campus of Sart-Tilman of the University of Liege .
It is possible to go there
Liege is directly connected to the European highway network via various motorways leading to Brussels (E40), Paris (E42), Antwerp (E313), Aachen (E40) or Maastricht (E25). A suitable route can be to you proposed by Google Map®.
Many international trains stop in “Liege Guillemins” station, in particular Thalys that ensures the connection Paris – Cologne and the ICE that connects Brussels to Frankfurt. The precise schedules or others information are available on the Web site of the Belgian Railroads. Starting from the “Liege Guillemins” station, line 48 of the public transport (TEC) leads you directly to the doors of our building (physics halt).
The main airline companies serve the National Brussels airport where trains (Airport City Express) connect it every 20 minutes to the ‘’Bruxelles Nord” station. From there, non-stop trains circulate towards Liege every hour at least, from 6:00 to 24:00. The voyage lasts approximately one hour. The precise schedules and others information are available on the Web site of the Belgian Railroads. If you prefer to rent a car, the main hiring companies have a counter in the airport, at the exit of the luggage recovery hall.
The low cost airline companies land with the “Bruxelles Sud Charleroi” airport. A line of bus (line A) connects the airport to the “Charleroi Sud “ station. From there, non-stop trains for Liege (Guillemins station) circulate every hour at least, from 6:00 to 23:00. The voyage lasts approximately 75 minutes. The precise schedules and of further information are available on the Web site of the Belgian Railroads.