Public Transport
To find your way around Brussels, you can check out the different tramways, buses and metro lines that will allow you to explore the city.
All the routes and timetables are available at STIB (French version) and MIVB (Flemish version).
If you have any questions regarding the route or the timetables, you can dial 070 23 2000 every day from 8h00 till 18h00.

Night Transport
The Noctis Bus Service gives you the possibility to move around the city in its public transport facilities during friday and saturday night, from 00h00 until 3 AM.
Check the exact timetables here.

If you are getting to Brussels by train, you should visit SNCB , where you will find all the useful information you need to get to the city. The station that is closest to the Festival is Bruxelles Midi/ Zuidstation, but note that there are several train stations in the city and that some might be closer to the area of the city in which you will be staying.

There are several taxi companies in Brussels. If you want to make sure that a taxi is awaiting you, you can call the company and reserve one, instead of getting it in the street.
Taxis Bleus : 0032 (0)2 268 00 00   /  0032 (0)2 268 37 18
Taxi Capital: 0032 (0)2 427 77 77   /   0032 (0)2 247 29 49
Taxis Verts: 0032 (0)2 349 49 49

If you have reduced mobility, some companies have cars that are fully adapted to your needs, such as: Brussels City Taxis – BCT : 0032 (0)2 521 95 24 / 0032 (0)495 47 33 19

Meeting Point
Not sure where to meet your friends, or lost your companions and can’t reach them? Don’t panic. At the Midi Station you will find the Meeting Point (La Rotonde) at the corner of the Midi Station and the Esplanade de l’Europe.There you will be able to enjoy everything that’s happening while you get your tickets, programme book and information.