Transport to and from the Venue

European Hydrogen Week 2022 will be held at Brussels Expo, the largest exhibition centre in Belgium. It is easily reachable by public transportation.

The event will take place in Hall 11, the entrance is located on the Avenue de Miramar, please use Gate D. The High Level Conference on day 1, 24 October, will take place in Auditorium 500 located in Hall 7, entrance through the same gate D.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

FREE public transport cards to be used on metro, bus or tram will be available for your use! These cards are one way journey passes (valid for 1 hour) and can be used for any STIB-MIVB service (metro, bus or tram). Pick up from the registration desk (Hall 11).

  • By Metro – Line 6 (Roi Baudouin), get off at Heysel Station
  • By Bus – Line 14 or 83 direction Heysel (last stop)
  • By Tram – Lines 7 or 51 or 93 direction Heysel (last stop)
  • By Train – Brussels Midi (south) station followed by Metro line 6 (Roi Baudouin), get off at Heysel Station. Train operator is SNCB.

Hydrogen powered bus by STIB/MIVB

Fully immerse yourself in the hydrogen experience by making your journey to the venue on the Hydrogen fuelled bus, powered by STIB/MIVB. (no transportation ticket needed, just show your badge)

The Bus’s journey will commence at Schuman and make its way to the venue (Brussels Expo – Hall 11). Stopping along the way at Art Loi and Place Rogier. The bus will also add the stop of Brussels Airport on Thursday 27 October and Friday 28 October.

See the full Bus schedule

BY CAR:

In case you consider coming by car, please use parking E. Purchase your parking ticket in advance here.

Show your printed of digital voucher to the parking guard when entering.

The exact address is:
BRUSSELS EXPO
Hall 11 and 7: Avenue de Miramar, 1020 Brussels – Belgium

You can find more information about Transportation in our About Brussels page.

About

Brussels Expo

The Brussels Expo group includes several subsidiary companies enabling the group to diversify its activities between three industries (Fairs and Shows, MICE and Entertainment) and two core businesses (Venue Management and Organisation). Brussels Exhibition Centre asbl is the cornerstone of the Brussels Expo group, founded after the Universal Expo of 1935. Its goal is to promote and develop a meeting venue highlighting economic, commercial, industrial, scientific, cultural or entertainment activities. Brussels Expo is the Belgian market leader in terms of exhibition size. Its responsibilities include property management and related services to the exhibition halls, the Palais 12 (concert hall) and the concert hall ‘Madeleine’.

Hall 11 - Brussels Expo

Brussels Expo Hall 11 is an exhibition hall, built with reinforced concrete structure and arch-supported roof structure that was completed in 1935. You can see here how it looks and get an idea of the space the Hydrogen Europe Flagship Event & Expo will take place!

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