Introduction 2018

During Winter Wonders 2018, the city centre will be accessible via public transport and also by car, bike and train.

An interactive plan of the Winter Wonders and the surrounding areas is available to you

The train and metro stations, bus and tram stops, Villos! stations and parking areas are mapped out there. It allows you to create the ideal itinerary to the point of interest of your choice.

And to get to know the main access routes to the centre, the website City of Brussls is also a great source of information: The City of Brussels and the organisers suggest that visitors use public or “soft” transports.

Eco-mobility is a priority!

To combat climate change, the City clearly demonstrates its intention to promote eco-mobility via very low carbon dioxide emission transport methods, public transport and car sharing.

Bike parking places

Bike parking places (not monitored) will be available at many points in the city centre: Bourse, la Monnaie and on le Vismet. Walks, activities and courses on the use of bikes in winter, a bike light customisation workshop and a big Wheel of Fortune…to your saddles!

PRM, at the centre of our concerns

For many years, the City of Brussels has paid particular attention to persons of reduced mobility and has implemented multiple means to ensure them easy access to the entire site of the Winter Wonders.

The metro stations De Brouckère and Sainte-Catherine, equipped with elevators, are accessible to persons of reduced mobility, as are the Interparking spaces Ecuyer and Monnaie (which have adapted parking spaces). All PRM parking spaces around place Sainte Catherine will be preserved for the entire duration of the event.

With regard to facilities, all of the toilets in place on the event route will be easily accessible to persons of reduced mobility with the help of specially designed and tailored ramps. The flooring and the cable passageways are adapted to facilitate wheelchair movement. At place de la Monnaie, access to the skating rink will be ensured via a ramp placed at the entrance. On the grande rue, a wheelchair-accessible cabin will be provided, and adapted tables will be placed in the covered terraces at the Vismet centre.