Brussels Central Station
Brussels Central Station (French: Gare de Bruxelles-Central, Dutch: Station Brussel-Centraal), officially Brussels Central (French: Bruxelles-Central, Dutch: Brussel-Centraal), is a railway and metro station in central Brussels, Belgium. It is the second busiest railway station in Belgium and one of three principal railway stations in Brussels, together with Brussels-South and Brussels-North. First completed in 1952 after protracted delays caused by economic difficulties and World War II, it is the newest of Brussels' main rail hubs.
|Location||Carrefour de l'Europe / Europakruispunt 2|
B-1000 City of Brussels, Brussels-Capital Region
|Architect||Victor Horta, Maxime Brunfaut|
|Opened||4 October 1952|
InterCity (IC), Tourist (ICT), Peak Hour (P), RER/GEN (S)
Brussels Central is connected to the Gare Centrale/Centraal Station station on lines 1 and 5 of the Brussels Metro system, and serves as an important node of the Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company (STIB/MIVB).