Founded in 1935, Brussels Expo is the main exhibition centre in the city of Brussels. Consisting of 12 halls and two auditoriums and a surface area of 115,000 sq. metres, it is also the biggest one in Belgium. The Brussels Expo is situated in the north part of the city in the Heysel Exhibition Park. Thanks to a well-established transport infrastructure, it is in a close proximity to the Brussels Airport and city centre.
The venue is home to the biennial European Motor Show Brussels which attracts 600,000 people, and to Seafood Expo Global, visited by 200,000 professionals. The expo centre hosts a diverse program of over 50 exhibitions and 80 events annually.
Airport: Brussels Airport 15 km
Railway station: Gare de Bruxelles-Central 7.6 km
Subway station: Heysel 0.2 km
How to get to Brussels Expo
- Metro line 6 (dark blue line) to Heysel station
- Tram line 7 (yellow line) to Heysel station
- Bus line 233, 250, 251, 260 and 820 to Brussel Expo stop
- Bus line 84 and 88 to Heysel station
Follow the ring road R0 and use the 7A exit then follow the "EXPO" sign road. Brussels Expo holds 12,000 parking spaces, with additional range of car parks near the venue during major exhibitions.
- GPS coordinates: latitude 50.898949 ; longitude 4.337870
|Event||Branch||Start date||End date|
|Seafood Expo Global||Food and Beverage, Foodprocessing and Packaging Machinery||07.05.2019||09.05.2019|
|Labelexpo Europe||Advertising, Marketing, Media Production, Broadcast and Television Technology||24.09.2019||27.09.2019|
|Busworld Europe||Automotive Industry and Motor Shows||18.10.2019||23.10.2019|
|Agribex||Agriculture, Forestry, Horticulture, Vinuculture, Fisheries, Animal Breeding||03.12.2019||08.12.2019|
Address: Place de Belgique 1, Brussels, Belgium
GPS: 50.897690, 4.341598
Founded in: 1935
Total area: 115 000 m2
Rooms & halls: 14