You can find on this page the Brussels buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Brussels bus system map and the Brussels trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Brussels in Belgium.
Even though the local buses in Brussels are sometimes the only way of getting to some parts of town as its shown in Brussels bus system map, for tourists this means of transport likely is not worthwhile.

Brussels bus map

Map of Brussels buses

The Brussels bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Brussels bus system. This bus map of Brussels will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Brussels in Belgium. The Brussels bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

With lines crisscrossing the entire length and breadth of Brussels (and far beyond it) both buses and trams are tried and tested ways of getting around Brussels. You do not need special tickets for taking either, thanks to the unified ticketing system used in Brussels, so just check out the schedules and routes, grab your MOBIB card and enjoy your journey. The STIB buses cover the Brussels metropolitan area as its mentioned in Brussels bus map.

Buses are convenient if your departure point or destination is not close to a metro station as its shown in Brussels bus map. Timetables are available at each bus stop and also online but they do not run as frequently as the metro so it pays to check the timetable before waiting at the Brussels bus stop. Tickets can be purchased from the driver at €2.50 for a 1 hour ticket, which can be used on the metro and trams as well.

Brussels, like other large cities, has night buses that run on the weekends. These are called Noctis and run on Friday and Saturday from 12:15 am (midnight) until 3 am and leave every 30 minutes from La Bourse as you can see in Brussels bus map. Keep in mind that you will need to either take a taxi or stay out until 6 am (first metro) if you want to stay out after 3 am.