Accessibility & parkings
Trade Mart Brussels is located at the Heysel Plateau, on the northern edge of Brussels, close to the Atomium and Brussels Expo. It’s easy to reach us from all major access roads.
How do you get to us, and which entrance is best to come in?
Are you coming by car?
The Trade Mart Brussels site has 1500 parking spaces spread over several car parks. In the busiest periods, we employ parking boys to keep the traffic moving efficiently.
Parking 1 - Pool
- Entry via Atomiumlaan
- By parking here, you can take a shopping cart when you enter the store to carry your Cash & Carry purchases from the building to your car.
- You should choose this parking lot when you want to get to the Fashion & Accessories department or the Kids World (A floor), or to the Shoes & Leather or the Sports & Outdoor departments (B floor).
Parking 2 - Fashion Gardens
- Entry via Madridlaan
- You should choose this parking lot when you have to be at the Fashion Gardens, the Shoe Gardens (floors E & F) or the Interior department (floors C & D).
Low Emission Zone
The Low Emission Zone (LEZ) is applied in Brussels since 2018. This measure prohibits certain vehicles to drive in Brussels. The LEZ is applied all days of the week, 24 hours a day, on the entire territory of the Brussels Capital Region.
The purchase of a pass for one day is possible to circulate in Brussels (maximum of 8 days/year). This pass costs €35 and allows you to circulate during 1 day in Brussels
Coming by public transport?
With metro, tram, bus or bicycle − you can reach Trade Mart Brussels in a variety of ways…
Via metro line 6 towards Koning Boudewijn, get off at the Heysel stop. From there, you’re at the Trade Mart Brussels entrance in 5 minutes.
It’s also just a 5 minute walk to Trade Mart Brussels via tram 7 from the Heysel terminus.
Via the final stop (Esplanade) of tram 3, you’re 8 minutes from TMB.
Trams 93 and 51 end at the stadium (the Koning Boudewijn Stadion stop). From there, you walk 15 minutes to Trade Mart Brussels.
Buses 84 and 88 − from Berchem Station and Rogier, respectively − both run to the Heysel terminus.
Within the Brussels Region, you can also use the Villo! rental bikes. Learn more about this possibility via this link.