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Car Rental in Liege with Thrifty

Leige, an eastern city of Belgium, on the banks of Meuse, is sure to become your artistic muse, with its antiquity dating back to the 7th century. In the medieval times, Liege was an intellectual hub, as also the seat of Mosan school of art. The city’s gone through several vicissitudes – from glory, through bombings to reconstruction. There are cathedrals, two rivers, a palace and much more to behold.

 It could be an arduous task to tick off the myriad exciting places in Liege. Thrifty Car Rental is your one-stop solution – it is customer-friendly, eco-friendly and pocket friendly.

Thrifty has a fleet of eco-friendly hybrid cars, as also the regular ones. In a post-Covid world, you want the experience to be anxiety free and yet affordable. Thrifty understands this, and invites you to rent a car in Liege to enjoy the experience hassle free, and comfortably.

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Liege Airport LGG

  • map icon RUE DE L'AEROPORT GRACE-HOLLOGNE
  • time icon Mon-Fri 0900-1200 1330-1600, Sat-Sun Closed
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HERTZ LIEGE G.S.C. SPRL LGGC51

  • map icon RUE DU PLAN INCLINE 117 4000 LIEGE
  • time icon Mon-Fri 0830-1700, Sat-Sun Closed
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  • Liege offers 30 min free parking at ‘Shop and Drive’ spots between 8 am and 6 p, except Sundays. There are about 220 such free parking spaces. The parking spots and time elapsed can both be tracked on an app. Rue Grétry, Rue des Guillemins, and Boulevard de la Sauvenièrehave around 30 parking spots each.

  • For longer amblings and strolls, it’s best to park at one of the two P+R Parkings. You can park at the P+R near the bus station of Jemeppe and take a bus to the city centre. The ride is just around 20 minutes. If you want to visit the grand palace, Palais de Justice - built in the 15th century - park at P+R d’Angleur, take a train and reach the palace in 15 minutes. All P+R parkings are free and there are about 150 spots.
  • Within the city of Liege, there are speed zones, and the beginning and end of these zones are marked clearly – these are generally 30 kmph or 50 kmph. 

  • You can drive fast, upto 120 kmph on motorways, and these are free of traffic lights. Motorways are marked with A and E signs in Belgium. 

  • The A3 (E40) motorway runs from Brussels through Leuven, through Liege, to Germany. Expressways are like motorways, but have road markings and traffic lights. The speed limit on these vary from 90 kmph to 120 kmph.

  • Liege, being a major city, is at the confluence of several motorways. E25 runs south the beautiful French city of Lyon, home of the great writer Saint Antoine de Exupery. This road also takes you to Luxembourg.
  • E42 in the west takes you to Chareloi which houses an amazing Rene Magritte collection if you are an art connoisseur. This road also heads to Paris.
  • You would like to take E40 to visit the capital Brussels, without which the visit to Belgium is kind of incomplete. E40 and E25 cross important parts of the city. The d'Avroy and de la Sauvenière are arterial roads, via which you can reach Guillemins station from the centre of the city.
  •  You would like to park a little away from the centre, for there are around 60 streets there that are pedestrian areas, which are accessible by public transport. The Blonden road tunnel is a smooth stretch of 500m opening up at Quai de la Meuse street.
  •  Liege is a car-heavy city, and it takes around 30 min to cover 15 km during the rush hour – between 8am and 9am; and 5pm and 6 pm
  • Head out west on E40 towards Brussels.

  • Take the exit 37-Loncin towards N617/Ans/Grâce-Hollogne/Aéroport Liège.

  • Keep to the left at the fork, following signs for Ans/N617. Merge onto N617.

  • Continue onto E40 and keep an eye out for signs for Brussels.

Liège, in eastern Belgium, is a historical site as well as a contemporary delight. With its stunning architecture, including the Liège-Guillemins Railway Station, and cultural gems like the Liège Cathedral, it's a destination you oughtn’t miss. The city's pulsating ambiance, culinary offerings, and cultural attractions are all a great pull. 

  • Liège Cathedral (Saint Paul's Cathedral): This Gothic marvel, built in the 13th century, is testimony to Liège's fascinatingly rich history. The intricate architecture, stained glass windows, and treasury filled with religious artefacts are simply spellbinding. The cathedral is located in the heart of the city.  It's recommended to park your Thrifty rental car in one of the city's parking garages in the vicinity and then amble towards the cathedral.

  • La Boverie: La Boverie is an art museum and exhibition space housed in a lovely 19th-century building. It combines classic architecture with modern art, hosting a diverse range of exhibitions and events. There is a parking area adjacent to the museum, but it is usually paid. Additionally, there are other parking options in the vicinity, including street parking and nearby parking garages.

  • Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps:  Located in the picturesque Ardennes Forest, this place is an iconic motorsport track known for races like Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix. Its scenic setting and thrilling races make it a modern must-not-miss venue. Rent a car and in an hour's drive from Liège, you would be at the circuit. The circuit has parking areas, including paid options. Parking arrangements may vary depending on events and races.

Promising an ensnaring experience, Liège, the third largest city of Belgium, has a vast repository of things to tick off the bucket list.  

  • If you are a history buff, you are sure to find the Curtius Museum intriguing and immense – it is a treasure trove of archaeological and art wonders, offering insights into the city's illustrious past. Go on a boat tour along the Meuse River for an alternate perspective of the city's quiet magnificence. Or, soak up Liège's scenic charm with a leisurely saunter along the river

  • Liège hosts various festivals and events throughout the year, from the lively Liège Christmas Market to the wildly popular Les Ardentes music festival. Apart from savouring the thrill of the F1 races at Francorchamps, you could take your Thrifty rental car and go on a languid drive, exploring the nearby spa town of Spa

  • For a taste of Belgian cuisine, sample the region’s deservedly celebrated waffles, chocolates, and beers at local establishments dotted across the city.

Liège has boulevards bustling with traditional ware as well as newly built, swanky malls. 

  • You may begin your shopping spree at Le Carré, the city's vibrant shopping and dining district, where an assortment of boutiques and local shops cater to diverse tastes.

  • Place du Marché hosts a lively market with fresh produce and local specialties. You don’t want to miss out on Belgian chocolates and waffles - perfect for a sugar rush after an exhausting stroll.

  • On Sundays, rent a car and head to the La Batte Market, one of Europe's oldest, on the banks of the Meuse River, offering an array of goods from clothing to antiques and China-made utensils.  

The city has a snazzy nightlife, due - in no small measure - to a large and diverse student population at the University of Liège, 

  • Start your evening in the historical Le Carré district, teeming with bars, clubs, and music venues. Enjoy Belgian beers or dance the night away at cosy pubs like "Le Pot au Lait".

  • Live music enthusiasts can explore venues like "La Zone'' for indie concerts or "KulturA" for eclectic performances. For a more laidback or romantic experience, drive your Thrifty rental car to the riverside bars and terraces, where you can raise a toast to the moon and its reflection in the Meuse river.

 

 Frequently asked questions

Can I use my foreign driving licence in Liege?

If you are from an EU country, you can. If you are from outside EU, your national driving license is appliable for 185 days in Belgium.

Which side of the road do I have to drive in Liege?

You have to drive on the right side, and overtake from the left.

Can I turn right on a red light?

No you cannot. This is to ensure the safety of cyclists and pedestrians.

Is it easy to find EV chargers in Liege?

Yes, there are over 850 EV charging stations. Thrifty Car Rental in Liege has a big fleet of electric cars.

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