When we walk, take a tram, a metro or simply drive to a certain location in the city, we use specific ‘popular’ places, central districts, shopping malls, stations and other urban ‘landmarks’ to navigate and orientate ourselves. Also, these places serve many other purposes – they are very convenient when you need to make an appointment with a friend or a business partner – “Let’s meet at Flagey” or “Meet me in front of the Bourse”. We decided to build a simple list of places in Brussels that we think are the most ‘used’ in our daily routines, either as ‘destinations’ of our public transport routes, or as ‘terms’ and urban toponyms that you can hear in Brussels streets (if you are listening people’s conversations) 🙂  The list will be built up, so feel free to contact us if you have any suggestions!

Barrière de Saint Gilles
Bascule – Moliere – Cavell
Beurs – Saint Gery – Grand Place/Grote Markt
Brabant – Nord Station
Châtelain – Bailli
Central Station
Dansaert – St Catherine
Downtown Brussels
Flagey – Ixelles Ponds
Georges-Henri | Tomberg
Haren – Bordet
La Chasse
Louise – Stéphanie – Toison d’or
Louise – Vleurgat
Marolles – Breughel
Miroir – Reine Astrid
Midi station
Mont des Arts – Ravenstein
Montgoméry – Mérode
Place du Luxembourg – Station
Place Keym
Porte de Namur
Rue Neuve – City 2
Schuman – Cinquantenaire
Site UCL – St Luc
St Boniface – Matonge
Stockel – Place Dumon
Tour & Taxis
Uccle Fort Jaco
Uccle Saint Job
Uccle Xavier de Bue
Vivier d’oie
Westland Shopping Center
Woluwe Shopping Center