practical information

dates and opening hours

Exclusive Saturday

Saturday 25 January 2025 11am – 7pm

Public days

Sunday 26 January 2025 11am - 7pm

Monday 27 January 2025 11am - 7pm

Tuesday 28 January 2025 11am - 7pm

Wednesday 29 January 2025 11am - 7pm

Thursday 30 January 2025 11am - 10pm

Friday 31 January 2025 11am - 7pm

Saturday 1 February 2025 11am - 7pm

Sunday 2 February 2025 11am - 7pm

entrance fees

Exclusive Saturday €110

Standard ticket €25

16-26 years old €10

< 16 years old free

Buy online or at the fair

Catalogue* €20

Combined tickets*

1 entry + 1 catalogue €35

2 entries + 1 catalogue €60

*Only available at the fair

Payment by cards only


Brussels Expo, Halls 3 & 4


Parking C with shuttle service
Ring Ouest - Exit 7A Expo, chaussée Romaine
Parking: 12 € - presale at www.brussels-expo.com/en/parkings
To access BRAFA from Parking C, take the footbridge that connects Parking C to Hall 4 or the shuttle service.

Special access for people with reduced mobility on the right at the entrance of Hall 4. Parkings T and M are easy to access: www.brussels-expo.com/en/pmr/

The Brussels-Capital Region is a Low Emissions Zone (LEZ). All cars, vans and minibuses are subject to this provision, whether they are registered in Belgium or abroad. To check whether your vehicle is allowed to travel in this area, or whether you need to register your foreign vehicle, please visit www.lez.brussels
t. +32 (0)2 349 49 49 For more information or to download the mobile app, visit: www.taxisverts.be


Direct route from Paris to Brussels: 1h22. Amsterdam-Brussels & Cologne-Brussels: 1h50. London-Brussels: 2 hours.
Arrival at Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid station. Check for train times and tickets on www.eurostar.com

To reach Brussels Expo from the Gare du Midi, take a taxi or the metro, line 6 (direction Roi Baudouin). Get off at Heysel station, which is almost opposite the entrance to Hall 4. This journey will take approximately 15 minutes.

Belgian rail – SNCB/NMBS

To reach Brussels-Expo from the Gare Centrale, take the metro:
metro line 5 (direction Erasmus) or
metro line 1 (direction Gare de l'Ouest)

At Beekkant, take line 6 (direction Roi Baudouin). Get off at Heysel Station, which is almost opposite the entrance to Hall 4. This journey will take approximately 20 minutes.

Schedules and tickets on www.belgiantrain.be
Brussels Airlines Brussels Expo is located 20 minutes from Brussels International Airport. From the airport, take a taxi to Brussels Expo or the Trambus-De Lijn n° 820 (direction UZ Brussel) and get off at the Expo stop. To get to BRAFA, take the footbridge from Parking C or the shuttle service that will take you to Hall 4.
Book tickets on www.brusselsairlines.com

Plan your journey and check the schedules: www.stib-mivb.be

Easy access to Brussels expo from the city centre by metro.
line 6 - direction Roi Baudouin I stop Heysel
line 3 - direction Esplanade I stop Esplanade (terminus)
line 7 - direction Heysel I stop Heysel (terminus)
line 9 - direction Roi Baudouin I stop Roi Baudouin (terminus)
line 83 - direction Gare de Berchem or Val Maria / stop Heysel


Parkings, Concierge, restaurants, champagne bars, cloakroom, special access for people with reduced mobility


We would like to make your visit to BRAFA an unforgettable experience. Whether you are looking for a restaurant, a hotel, an exhibition or a concert, a florist, a chocolatier, a chauffeur or to arrange a transfer, BRAFA offers a concierge service, handled by Hôtel Le Plaza, for the duration of the fair. The concierge desk is located to the right of the entrance of the fair in Hall 4. For any specific information or service before the start of BRAFA, please contact Patricia Simonart: p.simonart@brafa.be • t +32 (0)2 513 48 31



- Pets, cameras, backpacks and large bags, umbrellas and works of art for appraisal will not be admitted to the fair.
- It is not permitted to photograph or film the works of art or to use a tripod without prior permission from the gallery or the press office.
- Security personnel reserve the right to inspect all bags, as well as the visitors themselves.


Supported by Hiscox

Public guided tours in EN, FR, NL: daily at 3pm. Free of charge but mandatory registration required.

Private guided tours are available in ENG, FR, NL and other languages on demand. For prices and bookings, please contact Patricia Simonart: p.simonart@brafa.be • t +32 (0)2 513 48 31



Daily at 4pm on the King Baudouin Foundation booth. Free entry once inside the fair. Curators, experts, journalists and other well-known figures of the Belgian and international art world give inspiring lectures on various subjects related to art.