Photo: Javier Bernal.Photo: Javier Bernal


Last updated: 10.08.2016 // The Mission of Norway to the EU is located in Rue Archimède 17, right next door to the headquarter of the European Commission – Berlaymont – and close to the Council building, also known as Justus Lipsius.

To get to the Mission, either take the metro, bus or a taxi.

Direction EU district/Schuman area. Rue Archimède is the street going straight north from the Schuman roundabout – “Rond point Schuman”. There is a possibility to stop outside the entrance, but parking facilities are very limited. A taxi-ride from the airport costs about 40 € and takes 20-30 minutes approximately.

The nearest metro station is Schuman. Lines 1 and 5 both stop here. At Schuman station take the Rond Point Schuman exit. You will find Rue Archimède on your left. The Mission is at no. 17, where you will see a Norwegian flag on top of the building, Norway House. Tickets are available at all metro entrances. Brussels metro map.

To/from the airport
Brussels Airport is 25-35 minutes from the European quarter. Bus services are operated to/from the airport and different stops around the city. An express airport line (no. 12) operates between the European quarter (Rue Archimède, right in front of the Mission) and the airport (platform C). The service runs every 20-30 minutes Monday to Friday from early morning until 8 pm, and changes to a normal bus route (no. 21) on weekends and holidays. 

Brussels has four train stations. The two most frequently used are Gare Central and Gare du Midi. Gare Central is mainly for domestic trains. Gare du Midi is the main station for international trains (Eurostar, Thalys). Several trains connect the airport to Brussels North, Brussels Central and Brussels Midi stations.

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