Prepare Your Visit: Main Information

Where?

BRUSSELS EXPO, Hall 3, Place de Belgique 1, B-1020 Bruxelles.

When?

Friday 20 October:                  18:00 – 22:30

Saturday 21 October:              11:00 – 19:00

Sunday 22 October:                11:00 – 18:00

Monday 23 October:               10:00 – 18:00

 

Invitations are not valid on Monday.

Tickets?

Price is €12 online and €15 at the door including tasting glass and map of the hall.

 

Professional?

Professionals will have free access after registration online.

How

Public Transport

Brussels is easily reached by Eurostar from London and by Thalys from Paris, Amsterdam and Cologne. Both trains stop in “Bruxelles Midi – Brussel Zuid” station.

From “Bruxelles Midi – Brussel Zuid” station, take the direct metro line 6 direction Roi Baudouin and 10 minutes later get off at Heysel, the metro station next to Brussels Expo.

If you are coming from Amsterdam or Luxembourg, you can reach Brussels Expo by getting off at Brussels Central Station. Take metro line 5, bound for Erasme. At Beekkant, take line 6 bound for Roi Baudouin. Get off at Heysel. This will take about 20 minutes.

You can also take line 1 at Brussels Central Station, bound for Gare de L’Ouest. At Beekkant, take line 6, bound for Roi Baudouin. Get off at Heysel. This will take about 20 minutes.

By Car

Coming from Ghent (E40) or Mons / Charleroi (E19)?

Follow the Ring R0, bound for Zaventem – Namur
Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the”Expo” signs.

Coming from Antwerp (E19), Namur (E411) or Liège (E40)?

Take the Ring R0, bound for Ghent-Ostend (E40)
Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the “Expo” signs.

Coming from Antwerp – Boom (A12)

Follow the Ring R0, bound for Zaventem – Namur
Take exit 7A on the ring road and follow the “Expo” signs.