List of Brussels Metro stations

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This list of Brussels metro and premetro stations includes all the underground stations in the Brussels metro and premetro network, arranged by line. The "premetro" refers to sections of the Brussels tramway network which run underground and at metro frequency.

Line 1[edit]

Brussels Metro line 1
5 to Erasme/Erasmus
to Simonis (Elisabeth)
Gare de l'Ouest/Weststation SNCB logo.svg 26 5
5
Beekkant 26 5
26 to King Baudouin & Simonis (L.II)  5
Étangs Noirs/Zwarte Vijvers 5
Comte de Flandre/Graaf van Vlaanderen  5
Brussels-Charleroi Canal 5
Sainte-Catherine/Sint-Katelijne 5
De Brouckère 34 5
Gare Centrale/Centraal Station SNCB logo.svg 5
Parc/Park 5
Arts-Loi/Kunst-Wet 26 5
Maelbeek/Maalbeek 5
Schuman SNCB logo.svg 5
5
Merode SNCB logo.svg 5
5 to Herrmann-Debroux
Montgomery 7
Joséphine-Charlotte
Gribaumont
Tomberg
Roodebeek
Vandervelde
Alma
Kraainem/Crainhem
Stockel/Stokkel
 
Premetro lines

Line 1 replaces former Line 1B since 4 April 2009. Line 1 does not service though the stations between Erasme/Erasmus and Jacques Brel, which are now serviced Line 5.

# Name in French Name in Dutch Opened Interchange Coordinates
1 Gare de l'Ouest Weststation 1982 Belgian Rail, Line 2, Line 5, Line 6 50°50′56″N 4°19′15″E / 50.84889°N 4.32083°E / 50.84889; 4.32083
2 Beekkant Beekkant 1981 Line 2, Line 5, Line 6 50°51′13″N 4°19′22″E / 50.85361°N 4.32278°E / 50.85361; 4.32278
3 Étangs Noirs Zwarte Vijvers 1981 Line 5 50°51′25″N 4°19′57″E / 50.85694°N 4.33250°E / 50.85694; 4.33250
4 Comte de Flandre Graaf van Vlaanderen 1981 Line 5 50°51′17″N 4°20′24″E / 50.85472°N 4.34000°E / 50.85472; 4.34000
5 Sainte-Catherine Sint-Katelijne 1977 Line 5 50°51′08″N 4°20′52″E / 50.85222°N 4.34778°E / 50.85222; 4.34778
6 De Brouckère De Brouckère 1976 Line 3, Line 4, Line 5 50°51′03″N 4°21′08″E / 50.85083°N 4.35222°E / 50.85083; 4.35222
7 Gare Centrale Centraal Station 1976 Line 5, Belgian Rail 50°50′44″N 4°21′25″E / 50.84556°N 4.35694°E / 50.84556; 4.35694
8 Parc Park 1976 Line 5 50°50′48″N 4°21′45″E / 50.84667°N 4.36250°E / 50.84667; 4.36250
9 Arts-Loi Kunst-Wet 1976 Line 2, Line 5, Line 6 50°50′44″N 4°22′07″E / 50.84556°N 4.36861°E / 50.84556; 4.36861
10 Maelbeek Maalbeek 1976 Line 5 50°50′38″N 4°22′35″E / 50.84389°N 4.37639°E / 50.84389; 4.37639
11 Schuman Schuman 1976 Line 5, Belgian Rail 50°50′34″N 4°22′54″E / 50.84278°N 4.38167°E / 50.84278; 4.38167
12 Mérode Mérode 1976 Line 5, Belgian Rail 50°50′22″N 4°23′52″E / 50.83944°N 4.39778°E / 50.83944; 4.39778
13 Montgomery Montgomery 1976 None, Outer Ring Axis 50°50′16″N 4°24′25″E / 50.83778°N 4.40694°E / 50.83778; 4.40694
14 Joséphine-Charlotte Joséphine-Charlotte 1976 None 50°50′24″N 4°24′46″E / 50.84000°N 4.41278°E / 50.84000; 4.41278
15 Gribaumont Gribaumont 1976 None 50°50′33″N 4°25′3″E / 50.84250°N 4.41750°E / 50.84250; 4.41750
16 Tomberg Tomberg 1976 None 50°50′37″N 4°25′29″E / 50.84361°N 4.42472°E / 50.84361; 4.42472
17 Roodebeek Roodebeek 1982 None 50°50′51″N 4°26′9″E / 50.84750°N 4.43583°E / 50.84750; 4.43583
18 Vandervelde Vandervelde 1982 None 50°50′51″N 4°26′54″E / 50.84750°N 4.44833°E / 50.84750; 4.44833
19 Alma Alma 1982 None 50°51′58″N 4°27′09″E / 50.86611°N 4.45250°E / 50.86611; 4.45250
20 Crainhem Kraainem 1988 None 50°50′56″N 4°27′30″E / 50.84889°N 4.45833°E / 50.84889; 4.45833
21 Stockel Stokkel 1988 None 50°50′29″N 4°27′52″E / 50.84139°N 4.46444°E / 50.84139; 4.46444

Line 2[edit]

Brussels Metro line 2
To Roi Baudouin/Koning Boudewijn
Premetro lines
SNCB logo.svg Simonis (L.II) / (E.)
Ribaucourt
Yser/IJzer
Osseghem/Ossegem
Rogier 34
51 Beekkant
Botanique/Kruidtuin
Madou
51SNCB logo.svg Brussels-West1
Arts-Loi/Kunst-Wet 51
1Gare de l'Ouest/ Weststation
Trône/Troon
Delacroix
Porte de Namur/Naamsepoort
Louise/Louiza
Clemenceau
Hôtel des Monnaies/Munthof
34SNCB logo.svg Brussels-South2
Porte de Hal/Hallepoort 34
2Gare du Midi/Zuidstation

Line 2 was expanded in April 2009 in order to connect the stations Delacroix and Gare de l'Ouest/Weststation. In this way the line now forms a loop between starting and ending in Simonis(The upper level)and in Elizabeth(The low lever).Most of this line (between Yser/IJzer and Brussels-South railway station) runs under the Brussels small ring.

# Name in French Name in Dutch Opened Interchange Coordinates
1 Simonis (Leopold II) Simonis (Leopold II) 1982 Line 6 50°51′47″N 4°19′50″E / 50.86306°N 4.33056°E / 50.86306; 4.33056
2 Osseghem Ossegem 1982 Line 6 50°51′25″N 4°19′30″E / 50.85694°N 4.32500°E / 50.85694; 4.32500
3 Beekkant Beekkant 1981 Line 1, Line 5, Line 6 50°51′13″N 4°19′22″E / 50.85361°N 4.32278°E / 50.85361; 4.32278
4 Gare de l'Ouest Weststation 1982 Belgian Rail, Line 1, Line 5, Line 6 50°50′56″N 4°19′15″E / 50.84889°N 4.32083°E / 50.84889; 4.32083
5 Delacroix Delacroix 2006 Line 6 50°50′42″N 4°19′28″E / 50.84500°N 4.32444°E / 50.84500; 4.32444
6 Clemenceau Clemenceau 1993 Line 6 50°50′28″N 4°19′50″E / 50.84111°N 4.33056°E / 50.84111; 4.33056
7 Gare du Midi Zuidstation 1988 Belgian Rail, Thalys, Eurostar, ICE,
Line 2, Line 4, Line 6
50°50′07″N 4°20′07″E / 50.835161°N 4.335222°E / 50.835161; 4.335222
8 Porte de Hal Hallepoort 1988 Line 6 50°50′1″N 4°20′36″E / 50.83361°N 4.34333°E / 50.83361; 4.34333
9 Hôtel des Monnaies Munthof 1988 Line 6 50°50′0″N 4°20′58″E / 50.83333°N 4.34944°E / 50.83333; 4.34944
10 Louise Louiza 1988 Line 6 50°50′18″N 4°21′44″E / 50.83833°N 4.36222°E / 50.83833; 4.36222
11 Porte de Namur Naamsepoort 1988 Line 6 50°50′18″N 4°21′44″E / 50.83833°N 4.36222°E / 50.83833; 4.36222
12 Trône Troon 1988 Line 6 50°50′28″N 4°21′59″E / 50.84111°N 4.36639°E / 50.84111; 4.36639
13 Arts-Loi Kunst-Wet 1988 Line 1, Line 5, Line 6 50°50′44″N 4°22′07″E / 50.84556°N 4.36861°E / 50.84556; 4.36861
14 Madou Madou 1988 Line 6 50°51′0″N 4°22′8″E / 50.85000°N 4.36889°E / 50.85000; 4.36889
15 Botanique Kruidtuin 1988 Line 6 50°51′13″N 4°21′57″E / 50.85361°N 4.36583°E / 50.85361; 4.36583
16 Rogier Rogier 1988 Line 3, Line 4, Line 6 50°51′13″N 4°21′57″E / 50.85361°N 4.36583°E / 50.85361; 4.36583
17 Yser IJzer 1988 Line 6 50°51′26″N 4°21′6″E / 50.85722°N 4.35167°E / 50.85722; 4.35167
18 Ribaucourt Ribaucourt 1988 Line 6 50°51′47″N 4°19′50″E / 50.86306°N 4.33056°E / 50.86306; 4.33056
19 Simonis (Elizabeth) Simonis (Elizabeth) 1988 Line 6 50°51′47″N 4°19′50″E / 50.86306°N 4.33056°E / 50.86306; 4.33056

Line 5[edit]

Brussels Metro line 5
Erasme/Erasmus
Eddy Merckx
Brussels Ring Road BE-R0.svg
CERIA/COOVI
La Roue/Het Rad
Bizet
Veeweyde/Veeweide
Saint-Guidon/Sint-Guido
Aumale
Jacques Brel/Molenbeek Depot
Jacques Brel
26 to Simonis (E.). Terminus for 1
Gare de l'Ouest/Weststation SNCB logo.svg 26 1
1
Beekkant 26 1
26 to King Baudouin & Simonis (L.II)  1
Étangs Noirs/Zwarte Vijvers 1
Comte de Flandre/Graaf van Vlaanderen  1
Brussels-Charleroi Canal 1
Sainte-Catherine/Sint-Katelijne 1
De Brouckère 34 1
Gare Centrale/Centraal Station SNCB logo.svg 1
Parc/Park 1
Arts-Loi/Kunst-Wet 26 1
Maelbeek/Maalbeek 1
Schuman SNCB logo.svg 1
1
Merode SNCB logo.svg 1
1 to Stockel/Stokkel
Thieffry
Pétillon
Hankar
Delta SNCB logo.svg
Delta Depot
Beaulieu
Demey
Herrmann-Debroux
 
Premetro lines

The Line 5 replaces the former Line 1A since 4 April 2009 between Herrmann-Debroux and Beekkant. The section of former Line 1A between Beekkant and King Baudouin is now serviced by Line 6. The section of Line 5 between Beekkant and Erasme/Erasmus was formerly serviced by Line 1B.

# Name in French Name in Dutch Opened Interchange Coordinates
1 Erasme Erasmus 2003 None 50°48′54″N 4°16′0″E / 50.81500°N 4.26667°E / 50.81500; 4.26667
2 Eddy Merckx Eddy Merckx 2003 None 50°49′00″N 4°16′31″E / 50.81667°N 4.27528°E / 50.81667; 4.27528
3 CERIA COOVI 2003 None 50°48′58″N 4°17′24″E / 50.81611°N 4.29000°E / 50.81611; 4.29000
4 La Roue Het Rad 2003 None 50°49′15″N 4°17′37″E / 50.82083°N 4.29361°E / 50.82083; 4.29361
5 Bizet Bizet 1992 None 50°49′30″N 4°17′52″E / 50.82500°N 4.29778°E / 50.82500; 4.29778
6 Veeweyde Veeweide 1985 None 50°49′42″N 4°18′0″E / 50.82833°N 4.30000°E / 50.82833; 4.30000
7 Saint-Guidon Sint-Guido 1982 None 50°51′03″N 4°21′08″E / 50.85083°N 4.35222°E / 50.85083; 4.35222
8 Aumale Aumale 1982 None 50°50′22″N 4°18′44″E / 50.83944°N 4.31222°E / 50.83944; 4.31222
9 Jacques Brel Jacques Brel 1982 None 50°50′42″N 4°19′07″E / 50.84500°N 4.31861°E / 50.84500; 4.31861
10 Gare de l'Ouest Weststation 1982 Belgian Rail, Line 1, Line 2, Line 6 50°50′56″N 4°19′15″E / 50.84889°N 4.32083°E / 50.84889; 4.32083
11 Beekkant Beekkant 1981 Line 1, Line 2, Line 6 50°51′13″N 4°19′22″E / 50.85361°N 4.32278°E / 50.85361; 4.32278
12 Étangs Noirs Zwarte Vijvers 1981 Line 1 50°51′25″N 4°19′57″E / 50.85694°N 4.33250°E / 50.85694; 4.33250
13 Comte de Flandre Graaf van Vlaanderen 1981 Line 1 50°51′17″N 4°20′24″E / 50.85472°N 4.34000°E / 50.85472; 4.34000
14 Sainte-Catherine Sint-Katelijne 1977 Line 1 50°51′08″N 4°20′52″E / 50.85222°N 4.34778°E / 50.85222; 4.34778
15 De Brouckère De Brouckère 1976 Line 1, Line 3, Line 4 50°51′03″N 4°21′08″E / 50.85083°N 4.35222°E / 50.85083; 4.35222
16 Gare Centrale Centraal Station 1976 Line 1, Belgian Rail 50°50′44″N 4°21′25″E / 50.84556°N 4.35694°E / 50.84556; 4.35694
17 Parc Park 1976 Line 1 50°50′48″N 4°21′45″E / 50.84667°N 4.36250°E / 50.84667; 4.36250
18 Arts-Loi Kunst-Wet 1976 Line 1, Line 2, Line 6 50°50′44″N 4°22′07″E / 50.84556°N 4.36861°E / 50.84556; 4.36861
19 Maelbeek Maalbeek 1976 Line 1 50°50′38″N 4°22′35″E / 50.84389°N 4.37639°E / 50.84389; 4.37639
20 Schuman Schuman 1976 Line 1, Belgian Rail 50°50′34″N 4°22′54″E / 50.84278°N 4.38167°E / 50.84278; 4.38167
21 Mérode Mérode 1976 Line 1, Belgian Rail 50°50′22″N 4°23′52″E / 50.83944°N 4.39778°E / 50.83944; 4.39778
22 Thieffry Thieffry 1976 None 50°49′58″N 4°24′6″E / 50.83278°N 4.40167°E / 50.83278; 4.40167
23 Pétillon Pétillon 1976 None 50°49′38″N 4°24′13″E / 50.82722°N 4.40361°E / 50.82722; 4.40361
24 Hankar Hankar 1976 None 50°49′38″N 4°24′13″E / 50.82722°N 4.40361°E / 50.82722; 4.40361
25 Delta Delta 1976 None 50°49′08″N 4°24′15″E / 50.81889°N 4.40417°E / 50.81889; 4.40417
26 Beaulieu Beaulieu 1976 None 50°48′54″N 4°24′34″E / 50.81500°N 4.40944°E / 50.81500; 4.40944
27 Demey Demey 1977 None 50°48′48″N 4°25′15″E / 50.81333°N 4.42083°E / 50.81333; 4.42083
28 Herrmann-Debroux Herrmann-Debroux 1985 None 50°48′45″N 4°25′41″E / 50.81250°N 4.42806°E / 50.81250; 4.42806

Line 6[edit]

Brussels Metro line 6
Westbound
Eastbound
Roi Baudouin/Koning Boudewijn
7 Heysel/Heizel
Premetro lines
Houba-Brugmann
Stuyvenbergh
SNCB logo.svg Bockstael
Pannenhuis
Belgica
SNCB logo.svg Simonis (L.II) / (E.)
Ribaucourt
Yser/IJzer
Osseghem/Ossegem
Rogier 34
51 Beekkant
Botanique/Kruidtuin
Madou
51SNCB logo.svg Brussels-West1
Arts-Loi/Kunst-Wet 51
1Gare de l'Ouest/ Weststation
Trône/Troon
Delacroix
Porte de Namur/Naamsepoort
Louise/Louiza
Clemenceau
Hôtel des Monnaies/Munthof
34SNCB logo.svg Brussels-South2
Porte de Hal/Hallepoort 34
2Gare du Midi/Zuidstation

Line 6 replaces the former Line 1A between Beekkant and King Baudouin since 4 April 2009. It also runs under the Brussels small ring as does Line 2.

# Name in French Name in Dutch Opened Interchange Coordinates
1 Roi Baudouin Koning Boudewijn 1998 None 50°53′47″N 4°19′40″E / 50.89639°N 4.32778°E / 50.89639; 4.32778
2 Heysel Heizel 1985 None 50°53′47″N 4°20′12″E / 50.89639°N 4.33667°E / 50.89639; 4.33667
3 Houba-Brugmann Houba-Brugmann 1985 None 50°53′25″N 4°20′13″E / 50.89028°N 4.33694°E / 50.89028; 4.33694
4 Stuyvenbergh Stuyvenbergh 1985 None 50°53′10″N 4°20′30″E / 50.88611°N 4.34167°E / 50.88611; 4.34167
5 Bockstael Bockstael 1982 None 50°52′39″N 4°20′51″E / 50.87750°N 4.34750°E / 50.87750; 4.34750
6 Pannenhuis Pannenhuis 1982 None 50°52′22″N 4°20′31″E / 50.87278°N 4.34194°E / 50.87278; 4.34194
7 Belgica Belgica 1982 None 50°52′4″N 4°20′10″E / 50.86778°N 4.33611°E / 50.86778; 4.33611
8 Simonis (Leopold II) Simonis (Leopold II) 1982 Line 2 50°51′47″N 4°19′50″E / 50.86306°N 4.33056°E / 50.86306; 4.33056
9 Osseghem Ossegem 1982 Line 2 50°51′25″N 4°19′30″E / 50.85694°N 4.32500°E / 50.85694; 4.32500
10 Beekkant Beekkant 1981 Line 1, Line 2, Line 5 50°51′13″N 4°19′22″E / 50.85361°N 4.32278°E / 50.85361; 4.32278
11 Gare de l'Ouest Weststation 1982 Belgian Rail, Line 1, Line 2, Line 5 50°50′56″N 4°19′15″E / 50.84889°N 4.32083°E / 50.84889; 4.32083
12 Delacroix Delacroix 2006 Line 2 50°50′42″N 4°19′28″E / 50.84500°N 4.32444°E / 50.84500; 4.32444
13 Clemenceau Clemenceau 1993 Line 2 50°50′28″N 4°19′50″E / 50.84111°N 4.33056°E / 50.84111; 4.33056
14 Gare du Midi Zuidstation 1988 Belgian Rail, Thalys, Eurostar, ICE,
Line 2, Line 3, Line 4
50°50′07″N 4°20′07″E / 50.835161°N 4.335222°E / 50.835161; 4.335222
15 Porte de Hal Hallepoort 1988 Line 2 50°50′1″N 4°20′36″E / 50.83361°N 4.34333°E / 50.83361; 4.34333
16 Hôtel des Monnaies Munthof 1988 Line 2 50°50′0″N 4°20′58″E / 50.83333°N 4.34944°E / 50.83333; 4.34944
17 Louise Louiza 1988 Line 2 50°50′18″N 4°21′44″E / 50.83833°N 4.36222°E / 50.83833; 4.36222
18 Porte de Namur Naamsepoort 1988 Line 2 50°50′18″N 4°21′44″E / 50.83833°N 4.36222°E / 50.83833; 4.36222
19 Trône Troon 1988 Line 2 50°50′28″N 4°21′59″E / 50.84111°N 4.36639°E / 50.84111; 4.36639
20 Arts-Loi Kunst-Wet 1988 Line 1, Line 2, Line 5 50°50′44″N 4°22′07″E / 50.84556°N 4.36861°E / 50.84556; 4.36861
21 Madou Madou 1988 Line 2 50°51′0″N 4°22′8″E / 50.85000°N 4.36889°E / 50.85000; 4.36889
22 Botanique Kruidtuin 1988 Line 2 50°51′13″N 4°21′57″E / 50.85361°N 4.36583°E / 50.85361; 4.36583
23 Rogier Rogier 1988 Line 2, Line 3, Line 4 50°51′13″N 4°21′57″E / 50.85361°N 4.36583°E / 50.85361; 4.36583
24 Yser IJzer 1988 Line 2 50°51′26″N 4°21′6″E / 50.85722°N 4.35167°E / 50.85722; 4.35167
25 Ribaucourt Ribaucourt 1988 Line 2 50°51′47″N 4°19′50″E / 50.86306°N 4.33056°E / 50.86306; 4.33056
26 Simonis (Elizabeth) Simonis (Elizabeth) 1988 Line 2 50°51′47″N 4°19′50″E / 50.86306°N 4.33056°E / 50.86306; 4.33056

North-South axis[edit]

Brussels Premetro North-South Axis
Gare du Nord/Noordstation
Rogier
De Brouckère
Bourse/Beurs
Anneessens
Lemonnier
Gare du Midi/Zuidstation
Porte de Hal/ Hallepoort
Parvis de Saint-Gilles/ Sint-Gillis Voorplein
Horta
Albert

The Brussels tram routes 3 and 4 use the North-South Axis and run on surface outside the city center. The common section offers a high service frequency during daytime hours between Vanderkindere in the municipality of Uccle and the Brussels-North railway station. It shares 4 connections with metro lines and also links two major train stations with access to Thalys and Eurostar trains at Brussels-South railway station.

# Name in French Name in Dutch Opened Interchange Coordinates
1 Gare du Nord Noordstation 1976 Belgian Rail
2 Rogier Rogier 1976 Line 2, Line 6 50°51′13″N 4°21′57″E / 50.85361°N 4.36583°E / 50.85361; 4.36583
3 De Brouckère De Brouckère 1976 Line 1, Line 5 50°51′03″N 4°21′08″E / 50.85083°N 4.35222°E / 50.85083; 4.35222
4 Bourse Beurs 1976 None
5 Anneessens Anneessens 1976 None
6 Lemonnier Lemonnier 1976 None
7 Gare du Midi Zuidstation 1988 Belgian Rail, Thalys, Eurostar, ICE, Line 2, Line 6 50°50′07″N 4°20′07″E / 50.835161°N 4.335222°E / 50.835161; 4.335222
8 Porte de Hal Hallepoort 1988 Line 2, Line 6 50°50′1″N 4°20′36″E / 50.83361°N 4.34333°E / 50.83361; 4.34333
9 Parvis de Saint-Gilles Sint-Gillis Voorplein 1993 None
10 Horta Horta 1993 None
11 Albert Albert 1993 None

Greater Ring Axis[edit]

Brussels Premetro
Greater Ring
to Heysel/Heizel
Diamant
Georges Henri
Montgomery(Metro Line 1)
Boileau
to Vandekindere

The Greater Ring Axis is an underground section under the greater ring of Brussels used by tram routes 7, and 25.


# Name in French Name in Dutch Opened Interchange Coordinates
1 Diamant Diamant 1972 None
2 Georges Henri Georges Henri 1975 None
3 Montgomery Montgomery 1975 Line 1
4 Boileau Boileau 1975 None

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