Accessibility: how to get there

Visitor pavilion & starting point
Plankenstraat 23
1701 Dilbeek
(location Google)

The heritage sites and the nature around the route are vulnerable. As such, we recommend using public transport, bicycles or other environmentally friendly means of transport. If you do come by car, please consult the parking map, as the number of parking spaces in Sint-Anna-Pede is limited. There is a parking space for disabled persons on the parking next to the Sint-Anna church in Itterbeek, Herdebeekstraat 176.

Tip for a nice day trip: combine Bruegel's Eye with a visit to the Kasteel van Gaasbeek. A bicycle route and a special Bruegel bus (Line 118) connect the two attractions. 

By bus

Bus stop De Lijn: Sint-Anna-Pede Kerk

  • Lijnbus 118 (Brussel Midi > Sint-Anna-Pede > Schepdaal)

    > on Saturday & Sunday this line is temporarily extended to Kasteel van Gaasbeek (6/4 - 31/10/2019)

  • Metro 5 (Brussels Central Station > Anderlecht, Sint-Guido), connecting bus of De Lijn 118
  • Lijnbus 128 (Brussel North > Bettendries), 14 min. walk to Sint-Anna-Pede (route Google maps)


By bike

  - Renting a bike in Brussels
30 min. from the centre of Brussels to Sint-Anna-Pede

  - Your own bike on the train

Stations in the area:

  • Dilbeek (5 km)
  • Sint-Martens-Bodegem (5 km)
  • Brussel Midi (7,5 km)

- Your own bike on the car

Parking area CC Westrand (4 km)
Kamerijklaan 46
1700 Dilbeek

Consult parking map for more options (or download pdf)


By train

Stations in the area:

Dilbeek (5 km)
Sint-Martens-Bodegem (5 km)
Brussel Zuid (7,5 km)


By car

Parking spaces in Sint-Anna-Pede itself are limited.
Before setting off, please consult the parking map with all parking possibilities in the general area.