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 metro is a particularly efficient mode of transport for travelling in metro map. Thanks to its mainly underground progression, it is protected from the vagaries of traffic, and metro Brussels lines are operated from five o'clock in the morning to midnight. The metro is operated by the Brussels public transport company, STIB.
3 types of public transport are used in Brussels : metro, bus and tram. The metro on metro map Brussels is efficient and has 6 lines. Tickets are purchased at the ticket offices and machines of the metro map Brussels stations, which, like the underground tram stations, are marked with a white "M" on a blue background at street level.
Line 1 of the metro map Brussels has 21 stations from Stockel and ends at Gare De L'Ouest. The line 1 line is in service on weekdays. The first stop on line 1 of the metro map Brussels is Stockel and the last stop is Gare De L'Ouest. Metro line 1 on metro Brussels ends its service at 23:49 on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
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.
Taking your bike on public transport in Brussels subway map is free of charge. All you need to do is to be a passenger. When the tram or subway arrives, look for doors marked with a pictogram representing a bicycle on Brussels subway map. Cyclists can use escalators. Elevators are also on Brussels subway map available in some metro stations if they are large enough.
The Tram Experience on Brussels subway map can accommodate 34 people: 7 tables for 2 people and 5 tables for 4 people. The decoration is almost Scandinavian. The tram on Brussels subway map is non-smoking and does not stop during the journey, but toilets are provided on board. To the rhythm of the services, the tram crosses Brussels subway map; departure at Place Poelaert before going up Avenue Louise.
There are 4 metro lines on Brussels subway map that service the Brussels city centre. Brussels metro runs frequently: every 3 minutes at peak, every 10 minutes after 8pm, every 5 minutes on weekends. Doors to metro trains and trams on Brussels subway map do not open automatically. To orientate yourself at metro stations use Brussels subway map and look for the info symbol when you arrive.