You can find on this page the Brussels trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Brussels trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Brussels in Belgium.
An interticketing system in Brussels means that a STIB ticket holder can use the train or long-distance buses inside the city as its mentioned in Brussels train map.

Brussels rail map

Map of Brussels trains

The Brussels rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Brussels trains. This railway map of Brussels will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Brussels in Belgium. The Brussels rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Brussels is served by direct high-speed rail links as you can see in Brussels rail map: to London by the Eurostar train via the Channel Tunnel (1hr 51 min); to Amsterdam, Paris (1hr 25 min) and Cologne by the Thalys; and to Cologne and Frankfurt by the German ICE. STIB operates three rail modes: tram, pre-metro and full metro, the balance between which has shifted over the years. Brussels rail network has four metro lines and 18 tram lines.

Rail system connect millions of Europeans to the Belgian capital, offering high speed trains which can travel 300 km in just two hours and making it one of the most visitor-friendly cities in Europe as its shown in Brussels rail map. Travelling to a nearby country is a piece of cake, so weekend (or even day) trips to the likes of Delft or Amsterdam are very feasible. Of course you can also visit other Belgian cities or the areas around Brussels just as easily.

The intercity rail system is very convenient for making day trips from Brussels to the other major cities in Belgium. Rail system in Brussels run frequently throughout the day (at least 1 train per hour) and tickets can be purchased at any rail station (marked with a B with a circle as its shown in Brussels rail map). All tickets have open time schedules so you can board at any time during the day. Tickets are stamped on the train after you have boarded.