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Getting to and around Brussels

Thanks to its central location, Brussels is very easy to get to. Use our small plans to find the right route.
Thanks to its central location, Brussels is very easy to get to. We help you find the quickest route with our small plans.

Brussels: heart of Europe

Brussels’s ideal central location ensures optimal accessibility from all directions. High-speed trains link Brussels with London, Amsterdam, Paris and Cologne in an hour or two. Brussels Airport provides access to and from the whole world. The Belgian road network is well developed, free at source and well lit at night.

A capital of manageable size

Although Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the European Union, it remains eminently accessible. You can get to any point in the city using the extensive bus, tram, metro and train network. But thanks to Brussels’ manageable size, you can most often also get around easily on foot or by bike.

Who to contact:

  • Bruxelles Mobilité
    Bruxelles Mobilité is responsible for the Brussels-Capital Region’s mobility policy
    Rue du Progrès 80 bte 1, 1035 Brussels
    Phone: 0800 94 001 (free within Belgium)
    Email: mobilite@sprb.brussels
    Online: www.bruxellesmobilite.irisnet.be (FR/NL)
  • Société des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles (STIB) (Public transport for Brussels)
    Rue Royale 76, 1000 Brussels
    Phone: +32 (0)70 23 2000
    Online: www.stib-mivb.be
  • Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer belges (SNCB) (Belgian Railways)
    Phone: +32 (0)2 528 28 28
    Online: www.belgianrail.be
  • TEC Brabant wallon (Public transport for Wallonia and Brussels)
    Phone: +32 (0)10 23 53 53
    Online: www.infotec.be
  • De Lijn (Public transport for Flanders and Brussels)
    Phone: +32 (0)70 220 200
    Online: www.delijn.be (FR)