Brussels Card

The Capital of Europe

Brussels Card

Visit the European Capital

The Brussels Card is your VIP ticket to a hassle-free city trip to Brussels, the capital city of the European Union. Depending on what card you purchase, you enjoy 24, 48 or 72 hours free admission to more than 30 museums, attractions and monuments in Brussels. The Brussels Card allows €3 discount on admission to the Atomium. What’s more, your Card also includes significant savings at chocolatiers, in shops, on exhibitions and attractions and in restaurants in Brussels.

Public Transportation

If you purchase a Brussels Card + hop-on hop-off bus, you are allowed free rides on this sightseeing bus for 24, 48 or 72 hours (depending on what card you have bought). Alternatively, you can opt for the Brussels Card + public transport (STIB). This card allows access to STIB buses, trams or metro lines in Brussels.

Free City Map

Your Brussels Card comes with a free city map of Brussels and a comprehensive travel guide booklet with information of all participating museums, restaurants, shops, attractions and tours.

Discounts

Your Brussels Pass not only allows free entry to 40 museums in Brussels, this pass also offers significant savings on attractions like the Atomium and Mini-Europe as well as discounts on tours and excursions including Bruges and Ghent and also in shops, bars and restaurants.

Products

The Brussels Card is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. The following products are included in your Brussels Card:

  • Free entry to 30 museums and attractions
  • Discounts on tours and attraction e.g. the Atomium, Mini –Europe and excursions to Bruges and Ghent.
  • Discount or free drinks or free desserts in restaurants and bars.
  • Discounts in several shops and artisanal chocolate shops
  • Discounts on guided tours

How does the Brussels Card work?

Purchase your Brussels Card online from this website. You receive a conformation email with vouchers to be exchanged at the Brussels Info Place, Koningsstraat/Rue Royale 2, or from the information counter at ‘Visit Brussels’ in the City Town Hall, Grote Markt /Grand Place. The Brussels Card is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours from first use.

The city of Brussels

Brussels, Bruxelles in French, is the capital city of Belgium and considered the capital of the European Union. The Kingdom of Belgium has three official languages: Dutch or Flemish, French and German. Brussels is a bi-lingual city, Flemish and French. However, the majority of the populations are native French speakers. Brussels, a popular city trip destination, welcomes about six million tourists per year.

Highlights

The star attraction in Brussels is Grote Markt or Grand Place, the market square lined with elegant guild houses with beautiful gables and ornate decorations. The Town Hall, Hôtel de Ville, is the most impressive building of all. Manneken Pis, the pissing little man, is an iconic statue, quite small and easy to overlook. The Atomium is Brussels’ best landmark. This 102-metre-tall aluminum structure was built for the 1958 Brussels World Exhibition. Many shopping hotspots make Brussels a Mecca for fashionistas. Be sure to try one or more Belgian traditional dishes; from waffles to French fries and Belgian beer.