In autumn 2016, the former Brussels-Luxembourg station will be transformed into the Brussels welcome centre for the European Parliament. Station Europe will give visitors all the information they need about what there is to see and do in Brussels.
You will be able to plan and book your visit to the European Parliament. Some activities require advance booking, however, so be sure to check the various pages for details.
Until Station Europe opens, you can pick up a free pocket guide to the European Parliament at the entrance to the Parlamentarium and take a look at all activities the European Parliament has to offer. The guide is available in all official languages of the EU and includes a map to help you navigate around the European Parliament’s premises in Brussels.
The European Parliament’s Information Offices form a link between the European Parliament and each Member State. The European Parliament Information Office in Belgium occupies the former Brussels-Quartier Léopold station building.
Visit the European Parliament Information Offices in Belgium page for more information on the activities it has to offer. There are 35 other information offices around the European Union and in Washington D.C. For more information on the Information Offices, take a look at the Close to you section.
Place du Luxembourg 100
Lines 22, 27, 34, 38, 64, 80 and 95 all stop at the European Parliament.
Lines 12 and 21 also connect to Brussels Airport.
The nearest stops are Maelbeek and Schuman on lines 1 and 5, and Trone on lines 2 and 6.Public transport in Brussels
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