Start your visit to the European Parliament in Brussels at Station Europe, on the lively Place du Luxembourg. Whether you’re just curious or know exactly what you want to see, Station Europe has all the information you need to make the most of your visit.
Housed in the original building of the Brussels-Luxembourg train station, Station Europe perfectly bridges the area’s past as the Leopold Quarter and its modern role as the home of European democracy, and has something to offer for all ages.
See the European Parliament come alive with an augmented reality model of the campus. Or delve into the history of the European Parliament at touchscreen tables and see which of your favourite inspiring figures you’re following in the footsteps of. You can even peer into the past with peephole dioramas and see the European Parliament from different angles, at different times in its life.
Station Europe is also your gateway to Brussels with visit.brussels on hand to give you a taste of everything else there is to do in the Belgian capital.
Come and visit us. A warm welcome is waiting for you!
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00
An even warmer welcome for visitor groups
The European Parliament has a new welcome point for groups arriving by bus on Rue d’Ardenne. The Atrium is the ideal place to freshen up and take a moment to relax before visiting the Hemicycle, the Parlamentarium or the House of European History after it opens in spring 2017. You’ll be able to find out about some of the inspiring figures of the European Union and the famous personalities who have set foot in the European Parliament. Staff will also be available to answer your questions and make sure you’re ready to dive into all things European Parliament.
There’s no better way to see what the European Parliament has to offer than through the eyes of visitors themselves. Watch the video below to see how four video bloggers were invited to Brussels to give a genuine account of visiting the European Parliament.
Find out more about what is available at the European Parliament campus in Brussels by clicking on the links at the top of the page, or take a look at all the videos!
To help you organise your trip, pick up a free pocket guide to the European Parliament, which includes details of all the 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 find your way around the different buildings. The pocket guide is available in all publically accessible buildings and can also be downloaded.
The upper floors of Station Europe host the European Parliament Information Offices in Belgium page, which reaches out to the Belgian public, press, cultural organisations and educational institutions. There are 35 other information offices around the European Union and in Washington D.C. that also provide information on European affairs and the role of the European Parliament.
For more information on the Information Office in Belgium and its activities, as well as other information offices, take a look at the Close to you section.
Public wi-fi is available at the European Parliament. Login details are displayed in all visitors areas.
The European Parliament is committed to constantly improving access for people with special needs. All our facilities and activities are fully accessible for visitors with special needs.
Centre is closed on:
1 January / 1 May / 1 November / 24, 25, 31 December
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
The Atrium entrance in Rue D'Ardenne allows for pick-up and drop-off by bus and for visitors to get their bearings before starting the visit.
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