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Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel-Zuid (Brussels)

At the heart of Europe and Belgium

Bruxelles-Midi/Zuid, served by Thalys, Eurostar, TGV, and ICE trains, is Europe’s principal rail hub. It's the ideal starting point for getting to Germany, France, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom and connects travellers to the entire Belgian domestic railway network.

Brussels-Midi/Zuid Station
47B Avenue Fonsny, 1060 Brussels
Opening hours: 04.00 - 01.00


There are several parking options around Brussels-Midi/Zuid Station:

  • Indoor, pay and display car park beneath Place Victor Horta (direct access behind the Station at 40, Rue de France. Exit in Rue Ernest Blerot). Open 24/7.
    More information: Q-Park "Gare du Midi" car park >
  • On street parking: Pay and display between 09.00 and 18.00. Spaces are available in the surrounding streets (Esplanade de l'Europe, Avenue Paul-Henri Spaak, corner of Avenue Fonsny and Boulevard du Midi).
  • Bicycle parking : Avenue Fonsny and Place Victor Horta. Spaces specifically designated for bicycles are free.
  • Kiss & Ride : passenger drop-off opposite the Tour du Midi (parking prohibited).

Three Belgian public transport providers serve Brussels-Midi station: STIB (Brussels-only tram and metro network), De Lijn (bus network covering Flanders and certain parts of Brussels) and Tec (bus network covering Wallonia and certain parts of Brussels).

  Metro station 'Gare du Midi - Zuidstation'  
Level -1
 Tickets at the 'Go' vending machines 
Metro station 'Gare du Midi - Zuidstation'
Stop in Rue Couverte 'Gare du Midi - Zuidstation'
 Tickets at the 'Go' vending machines 
Tickets on board
Stop in Rue Couverte
'Gare du Midi'
 Tickets at the 'Go' vending machines 
Tickets on board
Stops in Ave. P-H Spaak and Rue de Russie 
'Sint-Gillis Fonsny'
Tickets on board
Lines 123 - 365A - W
Stop in Ave. Fonsny
'Gare du Midi'
Tickets on board 

Note: To get to the city centre by Metro. Take line 2 or 6 towards "Simonis Leopold" and get off at "Arts-Loi – Kunst-Wet". Change there to line 1 in the direction of "Gare de l'Ouest – Weststation" or a line 5 in the direction of "Erasme – Erasmus". Get off at "Gare Centrale – Centraal Station" or "De Brouckère". To get to the city centre by tram. Take number 3 (in the direction "Esplanade") or 4 (in the direction "Gare du Nord – Noordstation") and get off at "Bourse – Beurs" or "Rogier".

For more details about public transport available from Brussels-Midi station, see the
STIB map >

Taxi ranks are located near the Tour du Midi and in Place Victor Horta
(Rue Ernest Blerot). Some taxis also stop in Rue Couverte.
All Brussels taxis accept credit cards and are available 24/7.

Taxi contact numbers:

Consult the Brussels-Midi/Zuid station plan >

Address: 47B, Avenue Fonsny, 1060 Brussels, Belgium.
Station access is also possible via the following streets:

  • 2 entrances at the corner of Rue de France and Rue de l'Instruction, 1060 Brussels.
  • 4 entrances in Place Victor Horta, 1060 Brussels.
  • One entrance providing access to the Tour du Midi, 1060 Brussels.
  • 2 entrances in Rue Couverte, 1060 Brussels.

Brussels-Midi/Zuid station plan

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* Unless expressly stated otherwise, all fares quoted are per person/per leg (VAT included) based on an online reservation for a 2nd class return from Brussels. Please note, terms and conditions apply. Tip: As the number of seats at the lowest fares on Thalys, Eurostar, TGV and ICE is limited, we recommend that you book your trip as early as possible. Most international trains allow reservations to be made from 3 months before the date of departure (from 4 months on Eurostar).

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