The venue: BRUSSELS EXPO
A unique venue in Art Deco style
Built to host the 1935 World Exhibition, this venue in Art Deco style received 25 million visitors during the 7 months of the exhibition. Due to this success, the 1958 World Exhibition was organized here as well.
The Atomium landmark, at walking distance from Brussels Expo, was built for the 1958 World Exhibition and is until today an interesting place to visit when in Brussels.
Brussels Expo is used all year round to accommodate various events, fairs and conferences. It is located in the Northern part of Brussels, at Belgium Square 1 (at the T-Junction of Belgium Square & Centennial Boulevard).
to the extensive public transport network (tram, bus and underground
train), Brussels Expo is easily accessible from anywhere in the city.
Buses, trams and underground trains have stops close to the Brussels
Expo infrastructure (200 m).
Please note that when coming by car, a restriction applies on admission to the Brussels Capital Region.
More detailed information on the Low Emission Zone & on how Brussels Expo can be reached using different transportation systems, can be found on the Brussels Expo website using the links below.
Source- G-STIC 2019
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