Getting to the Hanse-Office
The Hanse-Office is located in the EU-quarter at the following address:
Avenue Palmerston 20
T: +32 2 28546 40
F: +32 2 285 46-57
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FROM BRUSSELS AIRPORT
Brussels Airport Zaventem is located about 13km east of Brussels.
Travel time by car – depending on traffic:
- Via A201, approx. 11 km, 28 min.
- Via E40, approx. 13 km, 34 min.
Trains leave for Brussels from Brussels Airport-Zaventem railway station on level -1 several times per hour (travel time approx. 17 min.). For train times, please see schedule here. Get off at Schuman station and it’s a short walk to the Hanse-Office. From Brussel-Centraal/Bruxelles Central station take metro line 1 direction Stockel or line 5 direction Hermann-Debroux and get off at Schuman station (14-18 min) or take a taxi (approx. 2.3 km in 11 min depending on traffic). For STIB metro tickets, please click here.
Getting to the Hanse-Office by car is possible via several routes. Possible motorway options are E40 from Aachen via Liège, E34 from Eindhoven via Antwerp or E411 from Luxembourg via Namur. Please follow the signs direction “Bruxelles Centre”. Several Park & Ride car parks are also available around Brussels.
The closest car park is the Parking Schuman-Berlaymont.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Rail links to Brussels are excellent with Deutsche Bahn and Thalys with trains several times a day to Brussels. From Brussel-Centraal/Bruxelles Central station we recommend to take metro line 1 direction Stockel or line 5 direction Hermann-Debroux to Schuman station (14-18 min) or take a taxi (approx. 2.3 km in 11 min depending on traffic).
On the website of the SNCB, you will find further information on rail links in Belgium.
Metro stations Schuman and Maelbeek on line 1 and 5 are in immediate proximity to the Hanse-Office, Avenue Palmerston 20, 1000 Brussels. For STIB metro and bus tickets, please click here.
Following busses stop close to the Hanse-Office: 29, 59, 60, 63, 64.
Please find all necessary information on public transport and ticketing in Brussels on STIB.
A bicycle rack is at disposal in front of the Hanse-Office. The Hanse-Office takes no liability for any damages or theft of bikes or other personal items.