Brussels City Transportation

Brussels is a very walkable city, though metro, tram, and bus are available as well. Read on for the details.

WalkingBrussels Transportation

The easiest way to get around Brussels is to walk. The city is small enough to hit up most attractions on foot.

Metro, Tram, and Bus

To visit a few dispersed attractions in one day, it is best to use the STIB system, which is a mixture of bus, tram, metro and premetro (underground) lines.

More information at:

Metro, Tram, and Bus Tickets

One trip: €1.60

Five trips: €7.30

Ten trips: €11.20

Day pass: €4.20


Information at: The Brussels Airport Web site (Sometimes this very well designed airport site features specialty cartoons too!)

Note: All prices were accurate when compiled. Please check the Web sites listed for the most up-to-date information. 

Most popular hostels in Brussels (by views)

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2GO4 Quality Hostel
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Doubles from $0

Distance 1.44 km

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Youth Hostel Van Gogh (Chab)
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Doubles from $21

Distance 1.33 km

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Doubles from $64

Distance 3.72 km

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Sleep Well

Doubles from $69

Distance 1.14 km

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Jacques Brel Youth Hostel

Doubles from $54

Distance 1.04 km