How to reach Brussels and the REHVA Brussels Summit Venues

Maison des Associations Internationales

Rue Washington 40
1050 BRUSSELS
Belgium
T: + 32 2 514 11 71

The MAI can be easily reached by public transport or by car (available parking).


Hotel “pentahotel Brussels City Center”

Chaussée de Charleroi 38
1060 BRUSSELS
Belgium
T: +32 2 533 68 00

Ideally located in the Louise area, pentahotel Brussels City Center is easily reachable by public transports, taxi and car. A


By Train 

Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Belges (SNCB)
There are five main stations serving the Brussels-Capital Region, all interlinked.

The main stations

  • Central Station - Carrefour de l'Europe 2 - 1000 Brussels
  • South Station - rue de France 2 - 1070 Brussels
  • North Station - rue du Progrès 85 - 1210 Brussels
  • Luxembourg Station - place du Luxembourg - 1040 Brussels
  • Schuman Station - Rond-point Schuman - 1040 Brussels


By Plane

Brussels International Airport - Zaventem

The airport is easy to reach to by bus (STIB Airport Line or De Lijn) or by train (SNCB).

Diabolo infrastructure provides a quick and direct link between the SNCB station under the airport terminal and the main stations in Brussels (Brussels-Nord, Brussels-Central and Brussels-Midi).

Direct trains run every 15 minutes in both directions. It takes just 17 minutes to travel into Central Brussels.

The standard ticket price for travel between the airport and the Brussels Zone is €8.60 per day (return trip €17,20), which includes the Diabolo fee.

Brussels South Charleroi Airport

Although not the closest airport to Brussels city (55km/~50min), the Charleroi airport is still accessible in many reasonable ways.

Taxi between Charleroi airport and Brussels city cost about €90 and can even be cost efficient if shared between more passengers.

Shuttle bus services run once an hour everyday between Brussels and Charleroi (about 45 minutes to Brussels-Midi station). From Brussels-Midi station metro lines and railway lines will allow you to reach your destination in Brussels.


By Car

There are seven major access roads into Brussels, each with their own park and ride facilities, where you can transfer to public transport to complete your journey into the city. That is a great way to beat the tailbacks. Brussels also has sixty Cambio car sharing stations. 

See the interactive road map (FR/NL) with full information on car parks and Cambio stations or check out the situation on the roads in real-time (FR/NL) including traffic density, speed checks and roadworks.