Do you already know these tips? Set off, then! 

Brussels is a big city, but that doesn’t mean mobility has to be a problem. Find out here how you can easily navigate your way through Brussels. 

On foot

  • It’s easy to overestimate the distances in Brussels. These walking maps (1 & 2) show you how long it takes to walk from one point to the next. 

By bike

Public transport

Metro, tram and bus


  • NMBS: timetables and journey planner

  • S-trains: small lines in and around Brussels

  • Youth Multi: 10-journey pass from any station in Belgium to any station in Belgium


  • Brupass gives you access to the entire STIB network (except for city-bound journeys from Brussels Airport on lines 12 and 21), all buses run by De Lijn and TEC, and all the train stations within the Brussels-Capital Region. If you extend this pass to a Brupass XL, you can travel to and from an even wider area around Brussels.



This app is ideal for getting around in Brussels. Citymapper shows you all the possible ways of getting from A to B, and even mentions in what part of the tram or metro to get on. 

Download Citymapper in de App Store
Download Citymapper op Google Play


Finding your way around Brussels is a little bit easier with the My Brussels app. This app gives you information on tourist sights, the nearest toilet or the location of the glass container.

Download My Brussels in de App Store
Download My Brussels op Google Play