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WindEurope asbl/vzw
Address: Rue d’Arlon 80,
B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 2 213 1811
Fax: +32 2 213 1890
E-mail: [email protected]
VAT: BE 0476 915 445

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How to find us



Arriving by train

From Brussels Central Station to our office:

From the railway station take the long underground passage to the metro station Gare Centrale (Centraal Station). Take the metro line 1 or 5 in the direction of Hermann-Debroux, Delta or Stockel. Get off at Maelbeek (Maalbeek) station. Take exit 2 marked ‘Rue de la Loi (I)’. When surfacing, turn left, walk for about 100m (past the Thon Hotel), then turn left onto Rue d’Arlon. Walk approximately 300m down until you reach the building number 80 (on the corner of Rue d’Arlon and Rue Belliard).

From Brussels South Station to our office:

Most trains, e.g. Thalys, Eurostar, stop at Brussels South station (Bruxelles Midi/Brussel Zuid). From here, take the metro line 2 or 6 in the direction of ‘Simonis (Elisabeth)’. Change at the station Arts-Loi (Kunst-Wet) and take line 1 or 5 in the direction of Hermann-Debroux, Delta or Stockel. Get off at Maelbeek (Maalbeek) station, which is the third stop. Take exit 2 marked ‘Rue de la Loi (I)’. When surfacing, turn left, walk for about 100m (past the Thon Hotel), then turn left onto Rue d’Arlon. Walk approximately 300m down until you reach the building number 80 (on the corner of Rue d’Arlon and Rue Belliard).

Arriving by plane

Taking the bus:

The cheapest route is via the Airport Express Bus (Number 12). Get off at the stop ‘Place du Luxembourg’, which is a square in front of the European Parliament. Find Rue d’Arlon on the opposite side of the square to the European Parliament. Walk north until you reach the building number 80 (on the corner of Rue d’Arlon and Rue Belliard).

Taking the train:

The quickest way to get here is to take the train from the airport. There are four trains an hour to the centre of Brussels. Get off at Bruxelles-Schuman (Brussel-Schuman) Station and from there it’s a 5-minute walk to the office.

Taking a taxi/Uber:

Of course, there are also taxi services. A typical ride from the airport to the office will cost 30-40 euros. Please note that taxis in Brussels rarely accept payment by credit card so you will need cash on hand. You can also use the Uber service from the airport. You will need to make your way into the parking building, specify your floor through the Uber app, and your driver will come to collect you there accordingly. Expect to pay around 20-30 euros for the ride.

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