Brussels, heart of Belgian and European Culture has lots to offer. The grand market, statue of Manneke Pis and The Atomium are the most visited landmarks and almost as famous as Belgian chocolate. But there’s so much more to do in this true metropolitan city. Use the map below as your Brussels Travel Guide. You can save it on your smartphone for later.
Brussels Tourist Map
The Brussels card (available from 27€) gives you unlimited access to 41 museums in Brussels. You can also get a Brussels Card + STIB Public Transport starting from 34.50. These cards are sold at the Visit.Brussels desk at the town hall. Don’t want to wait in line? Buy an online voucher on on Tiqets.com to skip the line at the town hall desk or at many other attractions in Brussels.
Getting around in Brussels
Brussels Metro, Tram and Bus Network:
The public transport system in Brussels is operated by several companies. However you can buy a Jump Ticket at the trainstations and local ticket dispensers that’s accepted on all metro, busses and trams in the Brussels area. A 24h ticket costs 7.5€. Single trip tickets cost 2.10€. More information: http://www.belgianrail.be/en/travel-tickets/passes-cards/jump.aspx
Taxi’s in Brussels:
Taxi’s in Brussels are most likely the most expensive in Europe. The Brussels taxi aren’t as distinctive as other taxi’s in the world. They are recognizable by the blue and yellow numberplates. Taxis from Brussels Airport to the centre of Brussels cost about 45€
- Taxi Verts: 02 349 49 49.
- Taxis Bleus: 02 268 00 00.
- Autolux: 02 411 41 42.