LOCATION

Brussels Expo
Hall 11,
Place de Belgique 1, 
1020 Bruxelles, 
Belgium

SHOW OPENING TIMES

Wednesday 17 November 2021: 09:30 – 17:30
Thursday 18 November 2021: 09:30 – 17:00

BRUSSELS – SEAT OF THE EU AND KNOWN AS THE CAPITAL OF EUROPE

City of the European Union and host to 26 specialised UN agencies, Brussels is an international financial centre and home to the European Commission and over two thousand multinationals organisations and companies.

Brussels was chosen for Development2030 for its central location and excellent transport links, helping to minimise both visitor and exhibitor budgets.

Also renowned as a cultural hub with a fascinating history, excellent cuisine and a multitude of activities to keep you entertained for the duration of your stay.

HOW TO GET TO BRUSSELS EXPO

  • TRAVEL BY PLANE

Brussels is just 20 minutes away from Brussels International Airport (Zaventem).

You can take a taxi to Brussels Expo from the airport or take a train into the centre of the city to check into your hotel. 

The Airport City Express runs four times an hour (between 6 a.m. and midnight). It takes about 15 minutes to reach the city centre. From there, you can take the tram, taxi, or metro to get to your hotel.

  • TRAVEL BY TRAIN

Brussels is easily reached by Eurostar from London and by Thalys from Paris, Amsterdam and Cologne. Both trains stop in “la gare du Midi” station.

From “la gare du Midi” station, take the direct metro line 6 direction Roi Baudouin.

Get off at Heysel. This will take about 15 minutes.

If you are coming from Amsterdam or Luxembourg, you can reach Brussels Expo by getting off at Brussels Central Station. Take metro line 5, bound for Erasme. At Beekkant, take line 6 bound for Roi Baudouin. Get off at Heysel. This will take about 20 minutes.

You can also take line 1 at Brussels Central Station, bound for gare de L’Ouest. At Beekkant, take line 6, bound for Roi Baudouin. Get off at Heysel. This will take about 20 minutes.

For more information please visit:

www.eurostar.com
www.thalys.com
www.b-rail.be

  • TRAVEL BY CAR

Brussels Expo is easily reached by car thanks to the extremely dense road network in Belgium.

Coming from Ghent (E40) or Mons / Charleroi (E19)

Follow the Ring R0, bound for Zaventem – Namur

Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the”Expo” signs.

Coming from Antwerp (E19), Namur (E411) or Liège (E40)

Take the Ring R0, bound for Ghent-Ostend (E40)

Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the “Expo” signs.

Coming from Antwerp – Boom (A12)

Follow the Ring R0, bound for Zaventem – Namur

Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the “Expo” signs.

Parking your car

Car park C holds 10,000 parking spaces. Brussels Expo also has a range of other car parks available for your comfort and ease.

  • TRAVEL BY BUS / METRO / TRAM

The terminus station for trams 7 and 51 is “Heysel”. Tram 94 stops at King Baudouin stadium. Tram 3 (Esplanade) stops in Avenue de Meysse.

Buses 84 and 88 also stop at “Heysel”, Brussels Expo.

Thanks to the vast public transport network (tram, bus and metro), Brussels Expo is easily reached from any part of the city. Buses, trams and metro lines all have stops close to our site (200 m).

For more information please visit:

www.mivb.be
www.delijn.be

ACCOMMODATION

You can book your accommodation through our official partner – The Brussels Booking Desk.

Please be aware events like AidEx and Development2030 attract many bogus travel businesses, who claim to be official agents of our events. None of these organisations have been officially appointed by us.

More information coming soon…