B-Aparthotel Ambiorix

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Square Ambiorix 28, Brussels, 1000, Belgium
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Costs 20% less but rated 13% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Solo66
  • Business69

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Forum Posts

Is parking outside Heysel metro station free of cost ?

by yogb

Is car parking just outside Heysel metro station is free or paid. If paid, does anybody know the parking tariffs ?

I am talking about this region


Thank You and Best Regards !

Re: Is parking outside Heysel metro station free of cost ?

by hawkhead

Well, I don't have a complete answer but a friend of mine who lives in Brussels says that most metro stations have parking. He doesn't know what it costs but there is an hourly and a daily option, plus reserved parking and so on, depending on which metro station. However, he says that although he doesn't know specifically about the Heysel Station parking, he would bet that it does cost and would probably be in line with other stations, which are more or less €13/day, although it is free on weekends and on federal holidays.

Re: Is parking outside Heysel metro station free of cost ?


I found an answer in Dutch saying it is 5 euro for 1 day parking in the 8 parkings around Brussels Expo (which should include the one you indicated).


Maybe I'll find some info in English but this seems rather a definitive answer.

Re: Is parking outside Heysel metro station free of cost ?

by floche2001

Hi ! It depends if your are travelling when there are exhibition fairs at the Heyzel. If not you have plenty of free parking in the neighborhood
Kind regards,

Travel Tips for Brussels

Flag of the Region of Brussels-Capital

by xuessium

Belgium is a Federation of 3 main entities. The Flemish-speaking community of Flanders in the north, the French-speaking community of Wallonia in the south and the neutral capital region of Brussels (whereby both Flemish & French are official languages).

Each community is represented by a flag and which is why when you are travelling through Belgium, there are so many flags fluttering around. There is the EU flag, the National flag, the regional flag, the provincial flag and in some cases, the city flag. Made for great photography with all those colours but confusing for folks..if they ever wanted to know what flag represents what.

I think even the Belgians are themselves stumped at times. Extracted from Flags Of The World

..."Iris pseudacorus is the scientific name of the golden iris, the symbol of the region of Brussels-Capital, which is widely used (tramways, subway, taxis etc...) but ill-known.

The choice of this marsh iris as the symbol of Brussels did not occur for the creation of the region of Brussels-Capital (18 June 1989), as often believed.

In 1924, R. Cornette wrote that "this flower was chosen because it grows in the marshes, recalling that the capital was funded on the marshy banks of the Senne river and its tributaries (Maalbeek, Roodkloosterbeek, Geleytsbeek, Vuylbeek, Kerkebeek, Leybeek,...).

Nowadays, in spite of the ultra-rapid urbanisation, the iris can still be found in its naturel habit in the vale of Vuylbeek, in the forest of Soignes.

On 5 March 1991, the Regional Council of Brussels-Capital decided to chose an iris as emblem for the region. A public contest was organized to define its design. After several adventures, the proposal of Jacques Richez was granted by the authorities."

Ivan Sache, 28 November 1999"...

I arrived in Brussels by train...

by Luis_Alberto

I arrived in Brussels by train from Paris, I really did not know, what to expect, although I had done some reading about it. I must confess, I found the food delicious and in some ways better than Paris. I found this city as I said before, kind of serious, but they do have a lot of antique shops selling some good art works, which are worth, looking into.

Gothic buildings

by AndyRG

Grand Place is full of amazing gothic facades. They are decorated with statues and sculptures. The Town Hall has a gothic tower (97m).
When facing the Town Hall, you have the King's Palace behind, now the Museum of Brussels. The Cathedral of St. Michel is impressive, but the National Holy Heart's Basilica even more.

In the streets of Marolles

by chicabonita

We had a very nice walk on Sunday morning in September. Besides the fleamarket there are a lot of other nice shops in Marolles. Espcially furniture.

Marolles is a very nice part of Brussels.

walk througt the city....

by tempura

walk througt the city. Brussels must be discovered slowly. Don't miss the 'art nouveau' buildings, the 'sablon', the Woluwe parks, the Japanese tower and the Chinese house. En don't forget : 'Belgium where rain is typically'


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Address: Square Ambiorix 28, Brussels, 1000, Belgium