BRUSSELS EXPO is unique! The historical architecture of BRUSSELS EXPO conceals a successful blend of innovative twenty-first century technology.
BRUSSELS EXPO is home to 12 impressive halls, five of which date back to the 1935 International Exposition. The other halls were constructed between 1958 (the year of the second World’s Fair) and 1998. All the halls are equipped up to date technology. In total these 12 halls comprise more than 115,000 m².
BRUSSELS EXPO has 2 auditoriums as well as several meeting rooms. The current infrastructure is ready to welcome up to 1,860 people (Auditorium 2000). The various rooms are fully equipped with sophisticated technology such as translator cabins, technical rooms and Wi-Fi. They offer a range of possibilities to organisers of trade fairs, conferences and events. The rooms can also be reconfigured. The fact that our technical teams are multilingual means that they can work well with local, European and international clients.
BRUSSELS EXPO has parking space for more than 12,000 cars. The car parks are easy to access and are located in the immediate vicinity of the halls. Car park C can be accessed from exit 7A from the Brussels Ring road and has 10,000 spaces. The walkway over the Romeinse Steenweg takes you from car park C directly into the various halls. (www.brusselsexpo.be)