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How to get here
As Belliard 40 is one of the busiest districts of the city, please note that driving and parking can be challenging. The B40 building has a limited number of visitor parking spaces available, so please contact Cefic Reception prior to your arrival in order to book a parking spot in the building. If the building car park is full, you will be advised to use the BE Park located at rue de la Science (entrance rue Jacques de Lalaing). For the BE Park, Cefic Reception will provide you with an access code.
Brussels city car registration procedure
Please note that as of January 2019, all cars registered outside Belgium entering Brussels need to register in the Brussels Low Emission Zone (LEZ) database. Registration is compulsory. The registration request is free of charge and must be completed before your visit via an online form available at irisnet. The registration is valid for 3 years as long as the information regarding the vehicle doesn’t change.
The closest taxi pick-up location to Belliard 40 is in rue de la Science. When exiting from the building, turn right to go towards rue de la Science. Cefic’s reception staff will be happy to arrange a taxi for you.
By Public Transport
Belliard 40 is well connected with all public transportation. The fastest way within Brussels to get to the building is by metro. B40 is located next to all the main lines, 1, 2, 5 and 6. The closest stops are Arts-Loi/ Kunst-Wet, Trone/Troon, and Maelbeek/Maalbeek.
If you arrive by train, the closest train stops for local trains are within walking distance at Luxembourg/ Luxemburg, Schuman and Central Station. The main train stations (Bruxelles-Midi/ Brussel- Zuid, Bruxelles-Central/ Brussel-Centraal and Bruxelles-Nord/ Brussel-Noord) are well connected with metro lines 1, 2, 5 and 6.
From the airport
There is a direct train from Brussels airport Zaventem to the city centre, stopping at Brussels Schuman or Brussels Central. Our building is located within walking distance of these two stations but you can also continue your trip by metro to reach the building.
Visitor protocol and Reception at B40
There are two receptions in the building:
Ground floor building reception
No entry protocol, please proceed to the 13th floor. Ground floor reception can guide you to the lifts and Cefic Reception if necessary.
13th floor Cefic Reception
The first point of contact for any external visitors arriving at Cefic. Our receptionists welcome Cefic visitors, register you in our system and guide you to your meetings from 08:00 until 17:30 (Fridays until 17:00).
If you have any additional questions regarding your visit, please contact our Cefic Reception +32 2 436 93 00.