As the capital of Belgium and Europe, Brussels is easily accesible from all corners. Inside the city, it’s very convenient to get around on foot, by bike or using public transport to get you from one side to the other in a jiffy. Here’s how to get around.


The MIVB or STIB (Dutch and French name) is responsible for public transport by bus, tram and metro in Brussels. Service is good and the frequence of the lines is high. The handy app shows real time passages so you know exactly when to get ready to catch your bus.


Brussels has 3 big and well-connected railway stations, with trains heading in all directions: Brussels North, Brussels South and Brussels Central.

De Lijn

Buses connecting Brussels with Flanders