Brussels Central Station

Putterie 19, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Brussels Central Station - the busiest station in the Belgian capital, serving mostly domestic flights. Built in 1952, it is the newest of the three main railway stations of the city. Station project was created back in the thirties, but its implementation began only after the Second World War. Station became the basis for creating the design of Victor Horta. Total station has three island platforms and six ways. In 2004-2010, the station has been significantly upgraded - added new entrances to the building, although in general the station today is not able to properly cope with the very large number of passengers and is considered not the most pleasant place. He connected pedestrian tunnel to the Central Station subway..

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