Onsite Information - European Humanitarian Forum 2024

Conference venue

Flagey - Main entrance

Place Sainte Croix
1050 Ixelles

The European Humanitarian Forum will take place at Flagey, Place Sainte Croix, 1050 Brussels on 18 and 19 March 2024. You will be welcomed at the registration desk in the main entrance of the venue. 

To enter the venue, you will have to pass through a security check, including a pre- screening, registration check and metal detector passage. Therefore, you are advised to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the conference and to bring a copy of your registration confirmation email (including your personal QR code). 

Conference venue floorplans

Check out the following floorplans to find your way around the venue.


Upon arrival at the venue, you can print your badge at the dedicated kiosk using the unique QR code received by email. Please be reminded to print this along (in printed or digital version).

Badges are to be worn at all times throughout the event as they will grant you access to all activities taking place at Flagey Cultural Center.

Public transport


There are several operators in the city.

For getting to/from the airport you can use airport partner taxi service providers https://taxibrusselsairport.co... or local and global taxi services ordered by phone (https://en.taxisverts.be/) or application.

Prices are listed in the application, on the taxi and on the dashboard and cars should be equipped with taximeters.


Stop : Flagey
TRAM : 81 (direct access to Brussels-South station)
BUS : 38, 59, 60, 71 (direct access to Brussels Central station with bus 38 & 71)

More information on www.stib.brussels


Flagey is close to a train station from the S-network: the train station Mouterij/Germoir. That stop is served by the S5 (Halle-Mechelen) and S9 (Braine-l'Alleud - Landen). More information on www.belgiantrain.be


There is a Villo station on Place Flagey. Bikes, scooters, and motorbikes can be parked on Place Sainte-Croix.


We recommend coming by public transport or considering alternative means of transport to avoid traffic and parking problems.

Since October 2022, the Good Move plan and the Flagey-Vijvers local mobility contract have been in effect in Brussels. The direction of traffic has changed in some places.

Remember to check if your usual route has changed and take into account possible delays.

More information about the Good Move plan and the local mobility contract Flagey-Vijvers.

The Brussels Capital Region is a low-emission zone (LEZ). Check the lez.brussels website to see if your vehicle is allowed.


Cambio (dedicated car park at Place Flagey)


Some evenings, it may be difficult to park in Flagey. We recommend leaving well in advance and arriving by public transport.

  • Parking Indigo Place Flagey: 186 spaces available. Reservations are possible and highly recommended, as this car park fills up quickly.
  • Proxiparking - Flagey (1 min walk - Boondaalsesteenweg 1, 1050 Brussels): reservation recommended the Zenpark website.
  • Zenpark - Bailli Ibis Styles (8 min. walk - Lensstraat 17, 1000 Brussels): reservation required via the Zenpark website.
  • MyPark Louise-Vleurgat (10 min. walk - Vleurgatsesteenweg 164, 1000 Brussels): 120 places, reservation not possible.
  • BePark Louise (11 min. walk- Avenue Louise 225, 1000 Brussels): reservation recommended on the website.
  • Delta transit car park (Jules Cockxstraat 224, 1160 Auderghem): from this car park you can take bus 71 to Flagey.

Brussels factsheet

  • Emergency number: 112 (fire brigade, medical assistance)
  • Police number : 101
  • Electricity: The voltage in Belgium is 230V, 50 Hz, European plug
  • Local time : CET (Central European Time) UTC/GMT +1 hour
  • Country code : Belgium (BE) +32
  • Currency: Euros, for actual exchange rates please see the European exchange rate website 
  • Tap water: local water is regularly tested for quality and is safe to drink

Covid-19 acknowledgement

No COVID related regulations are imposed by the local authority at the time of the event but we encourage onsite participants to be cautious and practice the usual COVID-19 prevention measures.

While participating in the European Humanitarian Forum 2024 you agree to self-monitor for signs and symptoms of COVID-19, and inform us at support@europeanhumanitarianforum.eu if presenting any symptoms (which typically include fever, cough, and shortness of breath). You also acknowledge the health risks associated with your participation and commit to take the required precautions to avoid the spread of the virus.