Teams presentation, Grand-Place
Fan Park, Place De Brouckère
Road stage: Bruxelles – Charleroi – Brussels
Team time trials: Bruxelles Palais Royal – Brussel Atomium
Diehard Tour fans or new followers, are you planning to be in Brussels between 4 and 7 July?
Here’s all the information you need to get to the main sites and be part of the 2019 Grand Départ action.
We strongly recommend using public transport or available alternatives.
On Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July, Belgium’s railway service will be running extra trains from several Belgian cities.
The Weekend Ticket (leaving Friday night and coming back anytime up to Sunday) provides half-price return travel compared to the Standard Ticket. .Infos et Details and terms at www.sncb.be
On the same dates, STIB metro, tram and bus services will be free in Brussels. But several tram and bus lines will be severely disrupted. Opt for the metro!
To see how the diversions and suspensions will affect your line, visit www.stib-mivb.be et www.delijn.be
Remember that there are alternatives, including bicycle and e-scooter hire from various websites and apps: Villo!, Blue Bike, Bike Citizens, Billy, Uber Jump, Scooty, Lime, Tier, Dott or Flash.
Saturday 06 and Sunday 07.07: start and finishing line areas
The course of the stages is picked up by Waze and Google Maps.
Campsites in and around Brussels: visit.brussels/en/article/campings-in-and-around-brussels