parking brussels
car parking belgium
In the central area of BRUSSELS parking on-street is limited in the shopping streets and unlimited in the rest of the centre. For long term parking you can use the car parks or the FREE P+R's on the outskirts of the city.


p-europe Central Brussels is a low emission zone (LEZ) with a no-entry ban for old diesel vehicles (Euro 1 standard or without Euro standard). The zone covers all 19 Brussels municipalities, but does not apply to the Ring (R20) and the access roads to and from the transit car parks Ceria-Coovi, the Stalle and Kraainem. More about LEZ BRUSSELS


City Centre
Pay Times
Stay and Charge
Monday to Saturday
Shopping Streets
09:00 - 18:00
Max. 2 hours
• first hour : € 2.00
• second hour : € 3.00
Rest City Centre :
09:00 - 18:00
Unlimited parking
• first hour : € 1.00
• second hour : € 2.00
• subs. € 1.50/hr
Sunday/Public Holidays
Free parking


In the areas around the city centre paid parking is set to a maximum of 4,5 hours. Parking rates € 9,50-12,50 for 4,5 hours.


Brussels offer a big capacity in car parks. We have selected the main car parks in the city centre of Brussels. Rates : € 2.60/hour.
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Free parking on the eight P+R's located on the outskirts of the city. Public transport to the centre is available.
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Events in Brussels

Some of the biggest events in Brussels include:
  1. Brussels Jazz Weekend: This free music festival takes place in May and features jazz performances in various venues throughout the city, including bars, clubs, and outdoor stages.

  2. Belgian Pride: This annual LGBT+ pride festival takes place in May or June and features a parade through the city center, as well as a variety of cultural and social events.

  3. Brussels Summer Festival: This music festival takes place in August and features performances by local and international artists in various genres, including rock, pop, hip-hop, and electronic music.

  4. Eat! Brussels, Drink! Bordeaux: This food and wine festival takes place in September and offers visitors the chance to sample dishes from some of Brussels' best restaurants and pair them with wines from the Bordeaux region.

  5. Brussels Christmas Market: This annual market takes place in the city center and features festive stalls selling gifts, decorations, and holiday treats. It takes place in November and December.

Popular tourist Attractions in Brussels

  1. The Grand Place: This historic square is the heart of Brussels and is surrounded by stunning architecture, including the Gothic-style Town Hall and the ornate guildhalls.

  2. The Atomium: This iconic landmark was built for the 1958 World's Fair and features a unique design of nine interconnected spheres. Visitors can take an elevator to the top for panoramic views of the city.

  3. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium: This museum complex houses a vast collection of art from the 15th to the 21st century, including works by Flemish and Dutch masters like Rubens and van Gogh.

  4. The Manneken Pis: This small bronze statue of a boy peeing into a fountain has become a symbol of Brussels and is a popular photo spot for visitors.

  5. The Royal Palace of Brussels: This neoclassical palace is the official residence of the King and Queen of Belgium and is open to the public during the summer months.

  6. The Comic Strip Center: Belgium is famous for its comic book culture, and this museum celebrates the country's contributions to the art form, including the beloved character Tintin.

  7. The European Parliament: Brussels is also home to the European Union headquarters, and visitors can tour the Parliament building to learn more about the workings of the EU.