The 96th edition of the Brussels Motor Show will take place at the Brussels Expo from January 12 to 21. This year the Motor Show wil focus its attention on Cars and Motorcycles.
Last year, more than 437,112 visitors made their way to Heizel, which represented a new record, despite the fact that the Show was open for one day less. The organisers aim at making it more successful in 2018.
Regular visitors to the biggest event in the Brussels show and trade fair season can therefore expect a host of new features in the forthcoming Brussels European Motor Show, starting with a new housing of groups of exhibitors in the same exhibition hall. In this way motorised two-wheelers gain in surface area, seeing as they move to Halls 8 and 9, whilst cars will occupy Halls 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11 and 12. These eight halls are more than necessary to give car exhibitors enough space, particularly since all the major makes on the Belgian market have signed up to be in attendance. To date this is unparalleled the world over, and is a feat the Brussels Motor Show can justifiably be proud of.
From Thursday 18 January to Sunday 21 January, the #WeAreMobility fair will also take place at Brussels Expo, presenting new urban mobility solutions (sharing of vehicles, intelligent parking systems and other new technologies).
The Motor Show of Brussels (Car and Motor Show) at the Heysel plateau (from 12 till 21 January 2018) may cause some traffic problems. It is advised to use public transportation to get there.
Traffic congestions are possible, particularly during the opening and closure time of the show each day, at:
- the ring road of Brussels
- the big roads nearby: Avenue Houba de Strooper, Chaussée Romaine, Avenue de Madrid,…
Good to know:
- Address: Brussels Expo (Heysel) – Place de Belgique 1 – 1020 Brussels (Laeken)
- The show is open from 11 am to 7 pm (during the weekend from 10 am to 7 pm). On Friday 12 January, Monday 15 January and Friday 19 January 2018: opening up to 10 pm.
- Tickets: 15€ adults and 9€ children.
- The visitors who arrive by car can use the available car parks around the palaces of the Heysel with a direct access of the ring road to Car park C (Parking C). A ticket costs 5€.
- The motorcyclists have a free and covered car park along the Avenue de l’Impératrice Charlotte.