Accessible Brussels

Brussels works hard to be accessible to all: elevators in metro stations, tactile paving, audible signals at pedestrian crossings, adapted taxis, and assistance in the metro and on trains. Every day the city continues to improve access to transport, services, recreation and accommodation. Many hotels, restaurants, shops, attractions, museums and cultural sites provide adapted arrangements to help people with reduced mobility make the most of their visit to Brussels.

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