Le Domaine du Haut Vent Hotel

Rue de Maastricht 100, Battice, Liege, Liege, 4651, Belgium
Le Domaine du Haut Vent Hotel
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From Liege to Brussels in midnight

by ugla

Hello !

What are my options to travel from Liege to Brussels around 23.30-00.00?
I understand that last train is leaving 23:08

Re: From Liege to Brussels in midnight

by cassiovieggore

I am pasting some hints to you:

* Getting There -- Trains frequently run to Liège from Brussels, Antwerp, Maastricht, Cologne, and Luxembourg; and on the Thalys high-speed train, via Brussels, from Paris, Amsterdam, and Cologne. Belgian Railways train information is available at tel. 02/528-28-28; www.sncb.be. The main station is Gare Guillemins, rue des Guillemins, just south of the center city. The smaller, more centrally located Liège Palais station, on rue de Bruxelles, is used by some local and connecting trains.

The main bus station is outside Gare Guillemins. Regional buses arrive from other places along the Meuse, such as Namur and Dinant (and Maastricht in Holland), and from points in the Ardennes, like Spa. Bus information is available from TEC (tel. 04/361-94-44; www.infotec.be).

* Visitor Information -- The city's Office du Tourisme is at Féronstrée 92, 4000 Liège (tel. 04/221-92-21; fax 04/221-92-22; www.liege.be). It's open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm


Re: From Liege to Brussels in midnight

by IndianPacific

Unfortunately you seem to be right. According to www.bahn.de no trains between 23.08 and 04.39

Travel Tips for Liège

The most French city of Belgium

by Yurievich

Seven years ago I was very much impressed by the first hearing of French language alive. That was my impressions:

"Russian classical literature presents French as a language of nobility. So it was not useal to hear people speak it at the street and all around. I don't understand a word but sounds nice. When a conductor in the train adressed us : 'Bonjouer!', I felt like aristocrat!"

How young i was ... :)


by viddra

Tchantches is the name of the most popular folklore puppet of the Outremeuse part of the city.

According to a legend, he appeared from between 2 stones in the ground in 760. As a baby he preferred the local gin (pékèt) to the milk his mother gave him.

Tchantshes stars in puppet theatres which still give performances in Liège.

St Nicolas

by viddra

While we were exploring the streets of Outremeuse on this big party day (14 August), we saw a group of people singing and dancing in front of this church. And, what's more, there was a band playing on the roof of the house across the street!

It turned out that every year, on this and the following day, there's a festival here. So, we were just on the right place and at the right time.

The building (9, rue Fosse-aux-Raines) used to be a monastery church of the Recollect Friars, built at the beginning of the 18th century, whereas the spire was added in 1843.

Opening hours:
Mon-Sat 9.30-12 and 18-19
Sun 10.30-12.30

Montagne de Bueren

by viddra

Take a walk up the 406 steps of the Bueren hill and take some of the best panoramic photographs of the city.

According to a legend, the 600 Franchimontese soldiers, led by Liege patriot Bueren, climbed up the hill in 1468 to take the camp of Charles the Bold of Burgundy. Unfortunately, they were all killed and the city was plundered in 7 weeks.

Well, the event in fact took place on another hill, and the staircase was built in 1880.

Maison de la Science

by derry

We were tempted in by a Tour de France-related exhibition on the science of the bicycle, and were glad we visited this small museum. Many of the exhibits are aimed at children, but we adults found plenty to look at too. The staff were friendly and helpful, only too happy to carry out one of the demonstrations for us (a *truly* hair-raising demonstration of static electricity). Another favourite was the display of optical illusions.


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