BELEXPO is located on the Tour & Taxis site:
Avenue du Port 86c/3002
BELEXPO is accessible to people with reduced mobility and other groups with special needs, subject to reservation. See the "reservations" page for more information.
In support of our environmental commitments, we recommend that you come on foot, by bicycle or public transportation.
BELEXPO is easily accessible by bike, especially via the “CK” Regional Cycle Route along the canal, and via the pedestrian/bicycle access from the Belgica Metro station or the Bockstael bridge via Tour&Taxis Park.
To find your route, there are several tools available, including the Brussels Region Cycle Map . It shows the Regional Cycle Routes (ICR), bike paths, bike parks, bicycle sale and repair shops, hills and flat areas, etc.
There is bike parking across from the building's entrance.
The nearest " Villo " station (bike sharing) is at rue Picard, 3
From the Brussels-North railway station , BELEXPO is 15 minutes by foot, 5 minutes by bike, or accessible by taking bus 14/15 or 57 from the Armateurs stop.
- 2 & 6 - Station: Yser and Ribaucourt (12 minutes walk)
- 6: Station: Belgica and Pannenhuis
Lines: 51 - Stop: Sainctelette (11 minutes walk)
BUS - STIB
- Lines: 14, 15, 57, 88- Stop: Armateurs
- Lines: 14, 15, 89 - Stop: Picard
BUS - DE LIJN
- Lines: 129, 620 - Stop Ribaucourt
- Lines: 213, 214, 230, 231, 232,
- 233, 240, 241, 242, 243, 245, 246,
- 250, 251, 260
Stop: Molenbeek St Jean - Ribaucourt
Is there a place to park if you come to the exhibition by coach?
Coaches can drop children off at the back of the building, and enter through number 88 (see map). They must then park along Avenue du Port.
What is the nearest station to BELEXPO? How far away from BELEXPO is the station on foot?
From the Gare du Nord, it is a 15-minute walk to BELEXPO.
Tour & Taxis is very big. Where exactly is BELEXPO located?
BELEXPO is located at the entrance of Avenue du Port 86C in the Brussels Environment building, which is very visible and recognisable. Locate BELEXPO using the signs and cubes with the posters.