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Tourist

In Brussels, the capital of Belgium, the City and the Region joined to promote tourism.

The tourist information desk VisitBrussels (formerly Brussels International - Tourism and Congress) is situated in:

  • the Rue Royale, in the BIP offices [plan]
  • the City Hall on the Grand-Place of Brussels [plan]
  • the Bruxelles-Midi (Brussel Zuid) train station [plan]

The official site of VisitBrussels offers lots of information about: what to discover, how to eat, to go out or to find accommodation in Brussels. You can also find a schedule there.

Map of Brussels

An online city map of Brussels contains all services and tourist attractions and museums of the City:

Attention: city maps, brochures and guides in paper are available at the tourist information offices.

Map with tourist information offices in Brussels

Fill in your address to find the nearest tourist information office:

Next video of Brussels as a tourist destination with images of popular sights, events, museums,... contains no comment but text in English:

Satisfaction survey

Tourists can fill in the satisfaction survey of VisitBrussels to assess Brussels as a tourist destination.

Open data

Practical information

VisitBrussels
BIP - Brussels Info Place
Rue Royale 2-4
1000 Brussels

Tel. : 02 513 89 40
Fax : 02 513 83 20
Opening hours : all days from 10 am to 6 pm
Closing period : 1 January and 25 December

VisitBrussels
Information Desk
City Hall
Grand-Place
1000 Brussels
Tel. : 02 513 89 40
Fax : 02 513 83 20

Opening hours : each day from 9 am till 6 pm
Closing period : 1 January, 25 December

News

Agenda

Enter the city

Demand of a pass for the Car Free Sunday

A pass for the Car Free Sunday of 21 September 2014 can be delivered to persons who make the demand. Attention, this demand of dispensation must be duly motivated.

Pass for the Car Free Sunday