Getting to Brussels

Getting around, Getting there

Directly in the core of Europe, Brussels has amazing air, car and rail connections.

In excess of 60 million Europeans live inside 300km of Brussels, meaning it is under two hours by fast train. For the individuals who fly in, it takes just 15 minutes from the air terminal to the downtown area. What’s more, when you have arrived, it’s anything but difficult to move around the conservative city, by public transport or by walking.

By Car

Since January the first 2018 Brussels has turned into a Low Emission Zone (LEZ). On the off chance that you are entering the city in a vehicle or van, check to discover whether you are permitted to drive your vehicle inside the LEZ. In the event that you don’t meet the criteria, we would advise you that there are park-and-ride services on the entrance into Brussels.

By Air

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Diabolo trains gives a fast and direct connection between the SNCB station under the airplane terminal and the primary stations in (Brussels-Nord, Brussels-Central and Brussels-Midi).

Direct trains run at regular intervals in the two directions. Taking nothing more than just 17 minutes to get into Central Brussels.

By train from Europe

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The main stations

  • Central Station Carrefour de l’Europe 2 – 1000 Brussels
  • South Station rue de France 2 – 1070 Brussels
    For London: Eurostar
    For Paris: Thalys
    For France: TGV
  • North Station rue du Progrès 85 – 1210 Brussels
    For Amsterdam
  • Luxembourg Station place du Luxembourg – 1040 Brussels
    For Luxembourg
  • Schuman Station Rond-point Schuman – 1040 Brussels
    Serves European institutions.

More information on how to get to Brussels can be found here.