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Come by plane

For your convenience, a free shuttle links Zaventem airport and Brussels Expo during the show.
The shuttle bus will drop you directly at the entrance of hall 9. Service running from 9.30 AM yo 6.30 PM.

http://www.brusselsexpo.be/EXEN/site/accessibility-airplane.aspx

Come by train

From the Brussels Midi station ('Zuidstation') direct journey with the metro to Brussels Expo.

http://www.brusselsexpo.be/EXEN/site/accessibility-publictransport.aspx

Come by car

Thanks to the highly efficient road network throughout Belgium, the Brussels Expo is easy to get to by car, no matter where you set off from. Once you are on the Brussels ring road, take exit 7bis or 8 and follow the signs marked ‘EXPO’. Brussels Expo has the largest car park in the country: Car park C contains over 10,000 spaces.

For your GPS: Brussels Expo Car Park C • Romeinsesteenweg (Chaussée Romaine) • 1850 Grimbergen (Brussels) • Belgium

Parking lots are surrounding the expo halls.

http://www.brusselsexpo.be/EXEN/site/accessibility-car.aspx

Come by subway

If you arrive by train, you can go to Indigo with metro line 6 which is direct between Gare du Midi ('Zuidstation') and the Parc d'Expositions (Heysel/Heize stop).

Thanks to a vast network of the common transport system of tram, bus, and underground railway, Brussels Expo is within easy reach of every section of the city. Both the MIVB and De Lijn busses stop within a radius of 200m from the entrance to the exhibition halls. Take the train to Brussels Central. Take Metro line 1 direct from Brussels Central Station ('Bruxelles Central / Brussel Centraal') to the Exhibition Centre (station Heysel / Heizel).

The one-way ticket will cost you 1,50€.

All info can be founded at www.stib.irisnet.be

Come by taxi

Taxis (metered) are only available outside the station.
The fare between the station and the centre of Brussels is normally around 25€.

Licensed taxis can be identified by the yellow and blue licence emblem.
Always avoid unlicensed taxis!