Accessibility

Coming by bike?

Halle is easily accessible by bike. Whether you’re coming from the direction of Pepingen and Ninove, Sint-Pieters-Leeuw and Anderlecht, Beersel or Edingen, the cycling network is equally extensive.

Even bicycle highway F20 runs through Halle. The F20 forms part of the Canal route and follows the Charleroi-Brussels Canal from the border with Brabant Wallon and can take you right into the centre of Brussels.
 

Travelling by public transport?

Getting to Halle by public transport is a piece of cake. For starters, the railway and bus stations are within walking distance of the town centre.

At that, there is no shortage of trains that stop in Halle. At regular intervals you can take a direct train to Mechelen, Vilvoorde, Zaventem airport, Antwerp (during weekends), Sint-Niklaas, Turnhout, Denderleeuw, Geraardsbergen...

Up to 6 trains/hour to Brussels stop in Halle. Given the excellent train service, Halle is the perfect base for anyone wanting to explore other parts of country. Check out www.nmbs.be for a nifty route planner.

Also Buizingen and Lembeek have their own railway station.
Halle railway station: Vandenpeereboomstraat, 1500 Halle
Buizingen railway station: Palieterweidestraat, 1501 Buizingen
Lembeek railway station: Weerstandstraat, 1502 Lembeek

Also the buses operated by De Lijn and TEC will get you to Halle without any hassle. Check out www.delijn.be for the various services and a nifty route planner.
 

Coming by car? 

There is no shortage of parking facilities in Halle, whether you want to park in the centre or on the outskirts. Most of the Halle car parks are also free.

Click here to find the various car parks.

.