Brussels by Public Transport

By Sasha, January 2013

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The public transport system in Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, is operated by the STIB; it is quick, safe, and efficient. Most of the sights in the city center are, however, accessible on foot.

There are four metro lines in Brussels. Line 1A stretches from Roi Baudoin to Herrmann-Debroux, Line 1B from Stockel to Erasmus. Line 2 travels from Simonsis to Clemenceaux. All three connect with the Airport Line, which runs directly between Brussels National at Zaventem and the European Quarter in under 30 minutes.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Belgium Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Belgium.

Photo courtesy of informatique via Flickr.

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