Gare Maritime, on the Tour & Taxis site, is really easy to get to using public transport. The address is Picardstraat 7, 1000 Brussels.
Coming by metro?
Metro stops Ribaucourt (Line 2), IJzer (Lines 2 & 6) and Pannenhuis (Line 6) are a ten-minute walk from Gare Maritime. The walk from Pannenhuis to the festival site is the most enjoyable - the metro stop is a retro-futuristic gem in itself and you walk right through the beautiful park of Tour & Taxis towards Gare Maritime.
Coming by train, by bus or on foot?
Brussel-Noord station is just under half an hour’s walk from Gare Maritime. Don’t feel like walking that far? No problem. You can hop aboard one of the four MIVB buses that stop close to the Tour & Taxis site. Line 20 (Hunderenveld) and line 14 (Heysel) call at the stop Havenlaan / Avenue Du Port. Line 88 (UZ-VUB) or line 57 (Militair Hospitaal) call at the stop Tour & Taxis / Thurn & Taxis.
A couple of trains of the NMBS travel to the stop 'Thurn & Taxis'. From the station you can walk for a few minutes through the beautiful Park of Tour & Taxis towards Gare Maritime.
You can also use a free shuttle service between Brussel-Noord station and Tour & Taxis. The shuttle runs every 5 to 10 minutes, every working day between 5.30 am and 10 pm. You can check the timetable and shuttle locations via the Tour & Taxis app.
Coming by bike?
Cool. You can park your bike in one of the bike storage facilities on site. There is also a Villo! point on Picardstraat. Ride safely!
Coming by car?
Then it is best to drive to the Park Lane car park at 13 Picardstraat.
What about access for the disabled?
There is a ramp at the entrance of Gare Maritime to allow wheelchair users to access the site. There are also 5 parking spaces set aside for people with a disabled badge. Note: you have to order one of these spaces in advance using this form. The entrance to the car park is via Havenlaan 86C. You can access Havenlaan via Avenue du Port or Quai de Willebroek and Place des Armateurs.