The Brussels transport map shows all means of transportation in Brussels. This transports map of Brussels will allow you to move easily with public transport of Brussels in Belgium. The Brussels transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Most public transport in the Brussels-Capital Region is organized by the STIB (Société des Transports intercommunaux bruxellois). The network includes metro lines, which connect the eastern and western districts of the city as its mentioned in Brussels transports map. Pre-metro lines (trams in the tunnels) complete the metro service. A great many metro lines also have above ground bus and tram connections. Timetables: 6 a.m. - midnight - consult the timetables shown at the stops.
As the Capital of the European Union and the Capital city of Belgium, transport links to Brussels are pretty well established as you can see in Brussels transports map. The majority of visitors will arrive by plane to one of two major airports which feed the city: Brussels (or Zaventem) Airport and Charleroi.
Inner-city Brussels public transport uses unified ticketing system so you can use the same ticket for bus, metro, tram or a combination as its shown in Brussels transports map. The simplest way is to buy a single-fare ticket of Brussels transports as you enter the vehicle. This costs €2,50. But this is somewhat of an emergency way of buying Brussels public transport tickets. There are cheaper and easier options.
The Brussels zone map shows all transport zones in Brussels. This zone map of Brussels will allow you to know the prices of public transport of Brussels in Belgium. The Brussels zones of transports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The MTB zone includes different stops of other operators, each operator determines his own borders for the MTB zone as its mentioned in Brussels zone map. On the network map, the borders for De Lijn and TEC are indicated. All the MTB stops of the NMBS/SNCB are indicated with a blue icon. The entire STIB network is included in the MTB-zone. However, you need a specific ticket 'Go2City' to get from the airport to Brussels city centre by bus 12.
All the bus stops in the Brussels-capital Region, and some other stops. All these stops are visible on Brussels network map, within the indicated borders. Once the bus leaves the MTB zone, the season ticket is no longer valid, even when the bus returns to the MTB zone as its shown in Brussels zone map.
When tariff zones in Brussels are drawn on a map, for example in SNCB Brussels Zone, the mtb or JUMP zone or a hypothetical RER zone, users who find themselves just outside the zone are arbitrarily excluded according to Brussels zone map. A TICKET RAIL or ZONE-PASS RAIL does not constitute a free journey in the destination area.