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Public transport

The city centre of Brussels is easily accessible by public transport: train, tram, metro, bus and waterbus.

The public transportation network (metro, tram and bus) is managed by the Brussels Intermunicipal Transport Company (STIB-MIVB). The network maps, schedules, frequencies, rates or route planners are available on its website:

External siteSTIB-MIVB

The night network of STIB (night buses during the weekend) is called External siteNoctis.

Some bus lines in Brussels are also managed by:

The trains are managed by:

External siteSNCB-NMBS 

The map of the underground (subway) and train stations in Brussels:

Metro (and train) map of Brussels (2.27 MB) 

The Floya app allows you to plan, book and pay for different modes of transport in Brussels. It includes the 4 public transport operators in Brussels (STIB-MIVB, De Lijn, TEC, SNCB-NMBS trains) and several shared scooter, bike and car services:

External siteFloya 

Thanks to the Brupass tickets, travelers can use the train, tram, bus and/or metro in Brussels and an extended perimeter of 11.5 km around the 19 Brussels municipalities:

External siteBrupass XL (in French)

The Waterbus is a bus service on the water between Vilvoorde and Brussels, a 10-kilometer navigational route on the Senne Canal (from 1 May to 31 October):

External siteWaterbus