Category: Parking guide

The ultimate parking guide in Brussels (1000)

With its 179,668 inhabitants and an area of more than 32.61 square kilometers, the city of Brussels faces increasing mobility challenges.

Are you new on the roads of Brussels or just in search of some information to help you park your vehicles? Here, you will find everything you need!

(Click on the link below to go directly to a specific part of the article).


Parking per hour ⏱️

Parking on the streets

If you want to go to Brussels city to visit or make purchases, it is possible to park on the street and more precisely in certain parking areas.

Parking in Brussels city is mainly divided into five zones :


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- Blue zone : Free parking for 2 hours with a parking disc (click here to purchase a parking disc).

- Green zone : Unlimited but paying parking, 0.50€ for the first and second half-hour, 2€ for the second hour and € 1 for overtime.

- Red zone : Location of commercial districts. Parking duration limited to 2h for 1h to 2€ and 2h to 5€.

- Orange zone : Parking limited time without parking disc for 2 hours to 0.50€ the first and second half-hour and 2€ for the second hour.

- Grey zone : Paid parking and limited to 4:30 for 0.50€ per half hour, 1€ per hour, 3€ for two hours, 5€ for three hours, €8 for four hours and 9.50€ for 4:30.

Parking in a public car park

You can also park in one of the many public car parks in Brussels by accessing them directly via a ticket system. We have established in 3 categories (neighborhood, station and metro stop) of the various public car parks available in the city of Brussels.

Street Area 🏘️

Ilot sacré:

  • Parking Ecuyer — Rue de l’Ecuyer, 11.


  • Q-park Danseart — Place du Nouveau Marché aux Gains, 2.
  • Q-park Le Page — Rue Léon Page, 23.
Railway station 🚂

Brussels Central train station:

  • Interparking Albertini Square — Place de la Justice, 16.
Metro 🚇


  • Parking Jardin botanique — Boulevard du Jardin Botanique, 29.


  • Parking passage 44 — Rue de l’Ommegang, 16.
  • Parking Q-Park Centre — Rue du Damier, 26.

Porte de Namur:

  • Parking 2 portes — Boulevard de Waterloo 2A.

De Bouckère:

  • Parking de Bouckère — Place de Bouckère, 1.


  • Parking Loi-Wet — Rue de la Loi, 19.


  • Parking Sablon — Place Poelaert
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Parking per day : Parking at a low cost

Are you about to go to Brussels for at least one day to go shopping or simply visit the city? Booking a parking space in a private, shared location in advance may be a better alternative than parking on the streets or in public car parks.

Indeed, the prices charged in a private and shared car park will always be more attractive than those established in a public car park. In addition, the ease of access to private car park will save you valuable time because you will not need to wait for a long time at the entrance to enter a public car park or desperately driving around, looking for a place on the streets.

Thus, we have established in 3 categories (neighborhood, station and metro stop) of the various private and shared car parks available for booking in the city of Brussels.

(Click on the links below to view and book these car parks). ⬇️

Street Area 🏘️

Ilot sacré:



Railway station 🚂

Brussels Central train station:

Metro 🚇








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Parking per month: Parking peacefully at a low cost

Various solutions are offered for new inhabitants in Brussels or new vehicle owners to park in the city. If you are a Brussels resident, you can park on the streets thanks to the resident card (Apply from here). Prices are between 10€ and 250€ for one year and the card will be available within 5 days of your request.

Other alternative solutions are also available, such as the parking spaces managed by Régie Fonciere which constitute a total of 1200 places. These parking spots are, in priority, allocated for the tenants of Régie, however they can also be rented by the inhabitants of Brussels.

Finally, you can also rent a parking space monthly in one of the many private and shared car parks in the city to ensure the availability of a secure place every day, while this is not necessarily the case when you park on the streets.

Below you will find shared car parks available in Brussels divided by three categories (neighborhoods, train stations and subway stops).

(Click on the links below to see and rent a parking space near your home or your workplace). 

Street Area 🏘️

Ilot Sacré:





Railway station 🚂

Brussels-Luxembourg train station:

Brussels Central train station:

Metro 🚇


Bruxelles Congrès:






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We hope that this article will help you improve your mobility experience in Brussels city! Don’t hesitate to share this article and leave your comments below, we would be glad to hear from you!

Thomas Le Grelle
Written by Thomas Le Grelle

Account Manager of BePark