Vlaams Parlement Address
Rue de Louvain 86
At the moment entrance to the Parlament building is made from : Leuvenseweg 27 (the visitor’s address,1000 Brussel)
Information on entrance address for 21 and 22 January will be sent to all participants on 19 January.
The imposing Flemish Parliament building in the centre of Brussels dates back to 1905 when the construction of a Post office and Board of the Marine Affaires (Hôtel des Postes et de la Marine) was commissioned to the architect Joseph Benoit.
It would serve as the main Post office until 1987 when it was bought by the Flemish Council and remodeled and the parliament moved there from its original home in the federal parliament building in 1996.
The Flemish Parliament building’s large assembly hall is a former courtyard, which was fitted with a glass ceiling, symbolising the open house policy of the parliament.
Walking from Motel One to Flaams Parlament
Walking distance: 7 min ( about 500m)
How to reach the Conference Venue
By Metro - bus - tram
- The Parliament is 200 meters from the metro station Madou and 400 meters from the metro station Arts-Loi
- Bus 29, 63, 65 and 66 stop in the vicinity of Parliament (get off at stop Rue de la Presse)
- Timetables can be found on www.mivb.be
You can park your car on the outskirts of Brussels and then coming by bus, tram or metro to the Flemish Parliament
More information about parking in the Region can be found in Brussels Mobility
is the nearest car parks
- Parking Scailquin, Scailquinstraat 61 in 1210 Sint-Joost-ten-Node (400m walking distance of the Flemish Parliament).
- Parking de la Loi, 19 rue de la Loi, 1040 Brussels (500m walking distance of the Flemish Parliament).
- GPS and route planning
GPS coordinates: 50° 50' 53.2 "N, 4° 22' 03.6" E
GPS coordinates in decimal: 50.848138 N, 4.367615 O
It is housed in two interconnected buildings: the Flemish Parliament building and the House of the Flemish Representatives
- Main Entrance (Duke Street 6: angle Duke Street / Rue de la Presse)