SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre
rue Mont des Arts
Click here to view the SQUARE Meeting Centre floor plan.
Traveling from the airport
Once visitors arrive at Brussels Airport, it couldn’t be easier to get to the city centre. The station is on the lower ground level of the airport. The Brussels Airport Express leaves four times an hour to and from Brussels North, Brussels Central and Brussels South. It only takes 20 minutes to reach the city centre from the airport. There also are direct links to all four corners of Belgium. The Airport Line bus “12”is an express link between Brussels National Airport and the European district – moments away from the business and tourist districts at the upper end of the city. The bus station is on the ground level of the airport.
Traveling by train
The main arrival destination for high-speed trains is the Gare du Midi/Brussels South Station (rue de France 2, 1060 Brussels), which is connected to the other four major stations in Brussels (North, Central, Luxembourg and Schuman).
Train operators here include Eurostar, Thalys, TGV and Ice.
Public transportation in Brussels
- Metro, tram, bus : www.stib.be
- Bike hire : www.villo.be and www.provelo.org
- Shared night taxis – from 11pm to 6am : www.collecto.org
Tourist Information Office
VISITBRUSSELS – Brussels Info Place (BIP)
rue Royale 2, 1000 Brussels
Tel. + 32 (0)2 513 89 40
– Daily: 09 a.m. to 06.00 p.m. (Weekend and holidays included)
European Emergency call: 112
Fire Brigades and Ambulances: 100
Federal Police: 101