Getting Around Brussels


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Car Rentals

There are several car rental companies that you can use in Brussels like Europcar, Avis or Sixt. You can have the latest car models at affordable prices and make your own schedule when visiting the city without the stress of public transportation. Look for the car rental stations online on the website of every company so you can find the ones that suit you best.

Public Transport

The four metro lines in Brussels are the best option when travelling to or from the city centre. If you’re not close to a metro station, you can take the bus or the tram. Timetables are available at each stop and the tram is slower than the metro but runs more frequent than the bus. You can buy tickets from the GO machines, Kiosks or some newspaper shops and supermarkets. The Brussels Card also has a public transport pass, so you can use it if you have one.


To take a taxi in Brussels, look for the taxi sign on the roof because there’s no standard colour to distinguishes them from other cars. Make sure that the driver starts the meter when your ride begins and gives you a recipe at the end of your journey. You don’t have to leave a tip, but rounding up to the nearest euro can be expected. The main taxi companies are Autolux , Taxis Bleus, Unitax-Brabant.
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