The MED - Mediterranean Energy Debate will take place at BIP, the house of Brussels Capital Region. The conference will be hosted in a neo-classical XVIII-century building in Place Royale in the heart of the city and of the local government of Brussels.
BIP - 2-4 rue Royale (Koningsstraat) – 1000 Brussels
How to get there
The BIP is in the heart of Brussels, behind the Royal Palace, and it can be easily reached by all means of transports.
By Local Public Transport
As the Efficient Buildings Community aims to decarbonize our cities, we encourage to use public transportation. For more information and plan your trip, you can check the website of Brussels public mobility company.
- Metro. Closer stop: Gare Centrale M1 and M5 (500 m walk); Trone M2 and M6 (750 m walk)
- Tram. Lines: 92 Schaerbeek Gare - Fort Jaco; 93 Stadion - Legrand. Closer stop: Royale/Koning
- Bus. Lines: 27 Gare du Midi - Andromede; 38 Gare Centrale - Héros ; 71 De Brouckère - Delta; 95 Grand-Place - Wiener. Closer Stop: Royale/Koning
The central station (Gare Centrale) is only 500 mt away. The main national and local train services call there. All trains from/to Brussels Airport call at Gare Centrale.
The station Gare du Midi serves the main international train connections with high speed trains from/to UK, France, Germany and Netherlands. The Gare du Midi is 2km far but the venue is easily accessible through bus 27.
Brussels has two main airports that connect the city with the principal European and international capitals: