The 14th annual Road User Charging Conference takes place on Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th March 2017 and returns to Belgium, at the Raddison Blu, Brussels.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Brussels
Rue du Fossé aux Loups 47,
We have negotiated a special rate at the hotel, but rooms do fill up fast. Click this link to book your room: AKABOMEDIA
Please note that these directions are provided courtesy of the venue and the organisers cannot accept responsibility, so we advise you to check your travel arrangements and route beforehand.
Guests can travel efficiently throughout Brussels via the metro system. The De Brouckère and Central Station stops are only a few hundred meters away. Another convenient option is the Arenberg public bus, which stops next to the hotel’s main entrance. The concierge can arrange a car, taxi or bicycle for guests. The concierge can also reserve train tickets for both national and international travel.
Regular trains service the network in Brussels, serving access from the airport and more. For more information, please see the Belgian Rail website.
Bruxelles-Midi (Brussels-Midi)/Zuid station, one of the main Eurostar terminals.
From South Station, trams depart every 10 minutes and take only 10 minutes to reach De Brouckère Station or Central Station. Take Tram 3 (direction Esplanade) or Tram 4 (direction Gare du Nord) and disembark at Central Station or De Brouckère. The property is a short walk from either station.
Brussels Airport is only 14km from the hotel ad can easily be accessed from the hotel either by taxi or by regularly running trains departing from Central Station which is only 4 walking minutes from the hotel.
The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel can easily be accessed by car. Just follow the signs to the city center and drive towards Cathedrale St.Michel St.Gudule; where a side road turns into Rue du Fossé-aux-Loups. The underground private parking is right after the main entrance. Parking costs: 5€/hour – 35€/day.
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Things to Do:
Should you get some time to spare, there are plenty of things to do in Brussels, as seen here, courtesy of TripAdvisor.