Under this section you will find the necessary information that will help you in the planning or your weekend at Les Anthinoises. If you have any more question contacting us via our Contact section.
The village of Anthisnes is located 25km south of the city of Liège, far deep into the Condroz and the Belgian Ardennes.
- Adress: Avenue de l'Abbaye, 4160 Anthisnes, Belgium
- A vast parking is accessible for free for all visitors: rue des carrières, 4160 Anthisnes
- Transportation are held starting from the Liège Guillemins train station - http://www.belgianrail.be/
- The TEC Bus n°90 will take you from the train station to Anthisnes - http://www.infotec.be/
Reduced mobility access:
Our team at les Anthinoises does it maximum to provide easy access for the disabled, with a specific parking nearby the festival entrance, private elevated spaces in the Chaudron des Trolls, and adapted restrooms. The Celtic Village and the stages are easily accessible for wheelchairs. Unfortunately, the castle of the Avouerie being an historical place deprived of elevators may be much less easy to access for those requiring wheelchairs.
Each year during the festival, the Royal Cercle Sportif of Anthisnes provides a campsite located nearby the main entrance of the festival.
Hotels, Gîtes, Bed and Breakfast:
For more informations on the various housing possibilities in the area, please visit the Ourthe-Amblève tourism office website.
The Georges Simenon youth hotel located in liège will please anyone who whishes to travel on a budget. If you don't travel by car, the TEC bus N°90 route has stops in both Liège and Anthisnes.
We at les Anthinoises are very focused onto trying to limit our festival's environmental impact and are notably working on active waste disposal solutions. With our festival taking place right inside the village of Anthisnes, we urge you to use the various trashcans that will be provided everywhere on site - and regularly emptied by our team of volunteers - in order to leave the village clean and as a mark of respect for its inhabitants who are making this event possible.
Since its 2012 edition, the festival has adopted a cleaner system of reusable plastic cups with a deposit fee. With your first drinks, an extra token will be charged for each cups, as a deposit. When you order another drink, simply give back the cups and you will be provided with fresh-cleaned ones. You can either choose to keep the cups as souvenirs or simply bring them back to any bar on site in order to get your deposit back.
Note: For health and safety purposes, used cups won't be cleaned on site. The used cups will be sent each nights in a treatment unit that will wash, disinfect and repack them.
If you still have any question, you can contact the organiser at this address.