Access

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The Fair opens its doors to the public every day from 9 am to 6.30 pm. Entry is possible until 6 pm at the latest.

Free access by bus during the fair

The TEC grants free travel on all regular TEC lines leading to and/or leaving Libramont to fair visitors using these lines and presenting to the drivers a fair admission card received or acquired in advance. This measure concerns lines 4, 6, 7+8, 8, 27, 43+8, 51, 61, 162b.

A special ticket will be issued by the driver to the visitors for the return trip.

Regular TEC lines to Libramont will be free of charge during the 4 days of the Fair for visitors with a pre-purchased/received Fair ticket.

This measure will mainly concern lines 6 (Bastogne – Vaux/sûre), 61 (Redu – Libin), 4 (Amberloup), 51 and 162B (Saint-Hubert), 27 (Neufchâteau), 8 (Bouillon – Bertrix).

The entrance ticket to the Fair will be presented to the bus driver who will issue the visitor with a 0 € ticket “Foire de Libramont 2022”. This ticket will be necessary to travel free of charge on the return trip but also for insurance purposes.

By car

From Liège

E25 towards Bastogne, then E411 towards Brussels, junction 26 Libramont – Recogne

From Brussels

E411 towards Luxembourg, junction 25bis Libramont – Recogne

Approximate journey times:

  • Paris – Libramont: via Reims – Charleville-Mézières 300 km in 3 hours 10 minutes
  • Maastricht – Libramont: 150 km in 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Cologne – Libramont: 220 km in 2 hours 30 minutes

General access map

By train

Libramont station is on the Brussels – Luxembourg line.
A train leaves from Brussels – Gare du Midi every hour.
At the exit of Libramont station, take the free shuttle service that travels constantly between the station and the ‘Porte de la Ville’ entrance to the fairground. The journey only takes a few minutes.

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By air

Brussels – Zaventem airport

Go to Brussels station and take the Brussels – Luxembourg line. 

Luxembourg airport

Go to Luxembourg station and take the Luxembourg-Brussels line.

Go to Charleroi-Sud station and take the Charleroi-Sud – Namur line, then the Namur-Luxembourg line. 

Parking

It is advisable to use the alternative car parks at the motorway junctions. TEC buses (Walloon Region public transport) provide a constant shuttle service. The return journey only takes a few minutes and is included in the price of the car park ticket.

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Parking reserved for VIP entrances

Follow the red arrow circuit

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Accommodation

Belgian Luxembourg Tourist Federation +32 84 41 10 11 www.luxembourg-belge.be

Accueil Champêtre en Wallonie, specialist in gîtes and guest rooms http://www.accueilchampetre.be

Safety

Little cuts and bruises, minor ailments or urgent health problems? A full medical team is in attendance on the site and can take care of you immediately.

Emergency number: 112 

Dogs

All dogs must be kept on a lead.  for breeds listed as “dangerous” dogs must wear a muzzle

You are filmed!

For your safety the site of the Fair is under video surveillance.