Palais des Congrès de Liège,
Espl. de l’Europe 2, BE-4020 Liège


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From Zaventem Airport

Des gares de Bruxelles (Nord, Sud ou Centrale)

De nombreuses liaisons depuis les gares de Bruxelles vers Liège-Guillemins, Liège-Carré ou Liège Palais sont organisées tous les jours et durent environ 50 minutes. Pour plus d’informations, visitez le site internet de la SNCB.

From Zaventem Airport

If you arrive at Zaventem airport, you can take a train from Brussels Airport-Zaventem station (located on level -1 of the airport). The whole journey takes about an hour. For more information, visit the Belgium Rail Website.

From Charleroi Airport

If you arrive in Charleroi Airport you have to take a bus in the direction of Charleroi (the bus stop is at 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 Carré). The journey takes around two hours.  For more information, visit the Belgium Rail Website. You can also take a direct bus via Flexibus. The journey takes between 1h15 and 1h40. 


In order to offer the best possible experience, all sessions (plenary sessions, workshops and round tables) provide a live interpretation into French, English, Dutch and German.

An interpretation is also be available for enterprises visits.


Liège offers many accommodation options, suitable for all budgets. This page contains a non-exhaustive list of hotels to stay at during the event. Preferential rates have been negotiated for the event subject to availability. Booking early is most recommended!


Penta Hotel

Yust Hotel

Ibis Styles Liège Guillemins

Van der Valk Hotel Liege Congres

Hotel de la Couronne

Van der Valk hotel Sélys Liege

More accommodation option can be found on the Liège tourism info website.

Visit Liege

Crossed by the Meuse River, Liège is a medium-sized city (population approx. 200,000). Due to its sustained and constant activity, it has earned the nickname "La Cité ardente” (“The Burning City”). It is one of the most touristic cities in Wallonia, and has much to offer visitors: museums, shopping, parks, architecture, folklore, nightlife...

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