How to get there?

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Where is the Pride Village?

The Pride Village is situated near the Central station of Brussels, at the Kunstberg/Mont des Arts.

Click here to discover the Pride Village.

The accessibility of the Mont des Arts for people with reduced mobility and hearing impairment is coordinated and installed by the ALMAGIC association. Click here to read all the information.

How to get there?

Many metros (line 1 and 5) and buses (29, 38, 63, 65, 66, 71, 86) stop at “Gare Centrale”, which is very close to the Mont des Arts.

Between midnight and 3 AM, you can go to the Noctis stop (the STIB’s night buses) also at ‘Gare Centrale’. Or if you prefer to go by car, between 11 PM and 6 AM, you can take a Collecto (the STIB’s night taxis). They are also available at ‘Gare Centrale’.

By tramway, the lines 92 and 93 can take you to the ‘Palais’ stop, which is only a few minutes walk from the Mont des Arts.

Take a look at the STIB website for more information, timetables and detours.

The nearest trainstation to the Pride Village is Central Station.
Every day, Thalys, TGV, ICE, Eurostar and SNCB carriers offer connections to the center of Brussels. Visit the
SNCB Europe website for more information about (inter)national trains.

For the bicycle enthusiasts, there is also a Villo station at the Central Station!

For those of you who prefer walking, the Mont des Arts is about:

  • 9 minutes walk from the Bourse
  • 15 minutes walk from the Rue Neuve
  • 13 minutes walk from the Place Debrouckère
  • 9 minutes walk from the Royal Palace
  • 5 minutes walk from the Brussels Parliament
  • 7 minutes walk from the Manneken-Pis

Parking is possible at various Interparkings

Important: The Parade passes the center of the City of Brussels. As a result, the Interparking Grote Markt/Grand Place and Albertina will not be accessible (both entry and exit) between 1 pm and 5 pm on Saturday, May 18th, 2019. Waze also indicates the streets that are not accessible during the Belgian Pride.

Are you afraid of not finding a place to park? Why not try carpooling? It’s economical, ecological, it frees parking places and it will allow you to make friends on the way… Basically, only benefits!

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There are daily flights to and from Brussels in several major European capitals. Take a look at Brussels Airport’s website for more information.

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