The Brussels metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Brussels metro. This metro map of Brussels will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Brussels in Belgium. The Brussels metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Brussels Metro (French: Métro de Bruxelles, Dutch: Brusselse metro) is a rapid transit system serving a large part of the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium as you can see in the Metro map of Brussels. Brussels metro consists of a network with four metro line services with some shared sections. The metro has 49.9 km of network and 59 stations.
Most of the common section of the first two metro lines of Brussels (between De Brouckère metro station and Schuman station as its shown in the Metro map of Brussels) was inaugurated on December 17, 1969 as premetro (thus with tramways), and was converted in 1976 to the first two lines of the actual metro (which was then considered as one line with two branches) between De Brouckère and Tomberg and De Brouckère and Beaulieu.
The Brussels metro is administered by STIB/MIVB (French: Société des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles, Dutch: Maatschappij voor het Intercommunaal Vervoer te Brussel). In 2008 the Brussels metro has been used for a total of 135.5 million journeys. All Metro stations, buses and trams are now fitted with MoBIB readers (see the Metro map of Brussels).
The Brussels subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Brussels subway. This subway map of Brussels will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Brussels en Belgium. The Brussels subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The subway is currently only available in Brussels. The Brussels subway forms part of the STIB network together with the bus and tram services of the Brussels metropolitan area as its shown in Brussels subway map. The subway network in Brussels exists of 6 big subway lines, which get you around quickly.
Brussels subway runs frequently: every 3 minutes at peak, every 10 minutes after 8pm, every 5 minutes on weekends as its mentioned in Brussels subway map. Doors to subway trains and trams do not open automatically, so be sure to pull the leaver or press the button on the door before you miss your stop.
To orientate yourself at subway stations in Brussels look for the info symbol when you arrive and there will be a map of the street above for you to determine which exit to take. These Brussels subway maps can also be seen at tram and bus stops and are very useful. There are vending machines for drinks, snacks and prepaid mobile recharge at almost every subway station and platform.