IMPAKT 2017 was held at the SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre, which is located in the centre of Brussels and 20 minutes away from Brussels International airport
SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre
Museumstraat, 8 rue du Musée
Travel to and in Brussels
How to reach the Square if you're arriving by plane
Brussels Airport (BRU) is the city's main airport. Trains run frequently from the airport to Brussels' three main stations and take 15-25 minutes. A taxi to the centre costs around €35. A direct train shuttle from the airport stops at Brussels Central, the railway station in front of the SQUARE building.
Brussels South Charleroi Airport (CRL) is a one-hour drive from Brussels Midi/Zuid Station. Shuttle buses run every 30mins to/from Brussels Midi/Zuid station.
How to reach the Square if you're arriving by train
Brussels has three main train stations: Midi-Zuid, Central-Centraal, and Nord-Noord, to the north of the city centre. High-speed trains stop only at Midi/Zuid, except the ICE which also stops at Nord/Noord. High speed trains connect Brussels with Amsterdam/Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Cologne, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, London St. Pancras and Paris/Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
How to reach the Square if you're arriving by car
There are 660 parking spaces right underneath SQUARE. You can get in via Place de la Justice-Gerechtsplein, and Stuiversstraat-rue des Sols, and then walk straight into the building.
How to reach the Square if you're travelling by metro
Metro entrances are marked by large "M" signs in blue and white, with the station name underneath. All announcements are made in Dutch, French and English.
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