Getting around Brussels during your event: the city’s facilities

Getting around Brussels during your event: the city’s facilities

Brussels is not only a top-flight networking hub and centre for decision makers, it is a captivating capital city on a human scale.

One does not have to travel miles or waste valuable time on transport. The city offers the rare opportunity of being able to get to one’s hotel from a conference venue, or from a business location to a trendy restaurant for lunch, or to stop to acquire a gift in the minimum of time.

A selection of useful transportation and mobility apps for Brussels is available here.

Walking distance

Downtown and in the heart of Brussels, distances between various places of interest are easily covered on foot; and, of course, there are other means of getting around be it scooter or bus.

The public transport network

Public transport – underground trains, trams and buses – is priority in Brussels. Numerous routes are given over to public transport to avoid traffic jams. A little icing on the cake is that the Brussels transport system provides Noctis, a late-night service on Fridays and Saturdays that runs every five minutes from midnight to three o’clock in the morning.

Taxi share, and taxis!

Collecto is an economical taxi-share service. For a maximum of six euros per person, you can share a night taxi from one of the 220 taxi ranks, which will take you directly to your address in Brussels. You can also take a classic individual taxi or use UberX.

Other means of transport

From bike share to classic or electric scooters, Brussels provides multiple, easy and inexpensive ways of getting around the city.

Pick the app you need

We selected the best apps across a wide range of utility, and tell you which ones are worth a download.



Enjoy your stay!

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