** LOOK OUT **
Car Free Sunday - 16 September 2018 :
Car traffic will be banned in Brussels from 9.30am to 7pm. Plan accordingly!
Public transport will be free.
Bus: 27, 38, 71, 95 (ROYALE stop)
Tram: 92, 93 (PALAIS stop)
Metro: Line 1 or 5 (PARC station) or Line 2 or 6 (TRÔNE or ARTS-LOI station
Close to the festival site, the Rue de la Loi, Porte de Namur and Albertine Interparking car parks offer you parking with total peace of mind.
Book your carshare through our partner Ubeeqo. More information at: www.ubeeqo.com/en/carsharing-brussels
Use our electric scooter-sharing partner Scooty to get to the festival. More information at: https://scootysharing.be/
There will be cycle parking available close to the festival grounds. Don’t forget to bring a good bike lock!
Car Free Sunday - 16 September: Place des Palais and Brussels Bark will be pedestrians-only. Free (unsupervised) cycle parking will always be available close to the park.
There will also be supervised cycle parking available for 1 euro (limited spaces).
The Comic Strip Festival marquees are accessible for people with reduced mobility. There will be disabled toilets available as well as ramps to access the park and the marquees.
A car park for person with reduced mobility will be set up at the crossroads of Rue Royale and Place des Palais (it will be marked by “PRM” flags).
Access to Brussels Park and the Comic Strip Festival is free and open to all. However, the following restrictions should be taken into account when planning your visit:
- Dogs and bicycles are not allowed in the marquees (cycle parking is available around the park)
- Smoking is forbidden inside the marquees
- Bicycles will not be allowed inside Brussels Park on Sunday 16 September (see: “Getting There/By Bike”);