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SPECIAL EVENTS AND EASE OF ACCESSIBILITY GO HAND-IN-HAND IN BRUSSELS
PLANNING YOUR EVENT WITH NO WORRY ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY
All meeting planners are concerned with urban mobility: Fortunately, Brussels has an excellent transport infrastructure and organizers can offer their delegates a variety of options for moving easily, rapidly and in a sustainable way around the city and to their event’s destination.
Urban accessibility is key to Brussels’ business life: Intelligent transportation systems have been set up with an emphasis on cycling, walking, public transport and ‘clean’ cars. But which of these will work best for your guests attending your next event in Brussels?
(Pic © www.visitbrussels.be – E. Danhier)
GETTING AROUND BRUSSELS FOR YOUR EVENT PARTICIPANTS
Metro, trams, and buses are the most efficient transport solution for getting around the city and Brussels Special Venues speedily and cheaply. Our city prioritizes urban sustainability, and it prides itself on its reputation for caring, ecological viability, and customized, cost-effective transport. So, why not offer the Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company (STIB) transportation passes to your delegates?
Cycling is another option in the philosophy of sustainable transport. It offers another convenient way of getting through Brussels and your delegates may well prefer this alternative:Brussels is rapidly adjusting itself to accommodate bicycle traffic. More and more people—be they smartly dressed businessmen and businesswomen, or students or pensioners —have adopted this form of city transport. The city’s Villo! network is an ever-growing bicycle hiring service, with stands throughout the city.
EASILY ACCESS ANY BRUSSELS SPECIAL VENUE BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT!
Today,we would like to help you with these choices, so that when you start planning your event round your chosen venue, you will not have to worry about accessibility. Below, you will find all our members’ venues and you will be pleased to learn that all are ideally located and easily accessible within a VERY short walking distance from a metro, tram, train or bus station:
Bus at 150m, railway station at 850m
Tram and bus at less than 100m, metro at 1000m
Tram and bus at 120m, railway station at 600m, metro at 800m
Tram at 450m, railway station at 600m, metro and bus at 700m
Metro at 30m, bus at 400m, tram and railway station at 550m
Bus at 160m, tram and metro at 1000m, railway station at 1200m
Bus at 30m, railway station at 300m, metro at 450m
Bus at 100m, tram at 150 m, metro and railway station at 550m
Bus at 20m, tram at 100m, metro and railway station at 300m
Bus at 200m tram at 500m, metro at 600m, railway station at 1000m
Bus at 60m, tram and railway station at 1100m
Bus at 190m, tram and metro at 250m, railway station at 450m
Tram and bus at 600m, railway station at 1200m
Bus at 10m, metro at 400m, railway station at 500m
Tram and bus at 100m, railway station at 1000m
Tram and bus at 160m, metro at 500m
Bus and railway station at 500m, tram at 600m
Tram and bus at 20m
Bus at 50m, Tram and metro at 300m, railway station at 1200m
Tram and bus at 170m, metro at 1000m
Tram at 50m, bus at 400m, metro at 650m and railway station 900m
Bus at 50m, tram and metro at 1000m
Bus at 210m, tram at 350m, railway station and metro at 500m
Tram and bus at 250m
Bus at 160m, railway station at 400m, metro at 950m
Boat | Flexible boarding place on the Brussels Canal
Bus at 230m, metro and railway station at 400m, tram at 450m
Bus at 30m, tram at 500m, metro and railway station at 600m
Bus at 10m, Tram and metro at 400m, railway station at 900m
Bus 200m, tram, metro and railway station at 450m
Tram and bus at 450m
Bus at 5m, tram at 500m, railway station at 850m
If you’re looking for a printable version of all venues with distances, stations and stops names, you can also click here.
- Table with all our members’ venues ideally located and easily accessible within a VERY short walking distance from a metro, tram, train or bus station:
Check out the distances and stops in this detailed table
- You’re wondering how to get to your destination? You want to know how long your trip will take? Choose your starting point and destination and plan your journey here
- Offer a Public Transportation Pass to your delegates: It will allow them unlimited travel, at any time, on the Brussels public transport network during your event (metro, trams, and buses). In 2014, the Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company (STIB) recorded that 35% of almost 365 million trips within the city, were made by holders of event passes. All STIB vehicles are green.
- How to travel by train in the city? Discover Brussels rail stations and timetables here
- Discover Villo!, the official Brussels’ bicycle sharing system here
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