Practical information

Access – by public transport

Metro

Line 1 – Alma Station
Then follow the stickers that will lead you to Saint-Luc.

Restoration works at Alma station

Next to Saint-Luc, restoration works started in June 2017 at Alma station for a period of approximately 18 months. .
Escalators and elevators will be set up.

Alma station is still available but escalators are out of service. This might be a problem, but not to those coming from Stockel.
If you have to take the escalator:
- Get off the metro at Roodebeek station and take the bus line 42 or;
- Go to Stockel station and then take the metro back to Alma station.

Bus (STIB)

Closest stops
  • Line 42 - UCL- Saint-Luc
  • Line 79 - Cliniques-UCL, and then take the elevator to reach 0-level.

At Crainhem station (Line 1)

Crainhem metro station is located approximately at 15 minutes walking from Saint-Luc. You can also take the 79 bus from Crainhem station. Stop at Cliniques-UCL and then take the elevator to reach 0-level.

  • STIB buses: 76 - 77 - 79
  • Tec: "Conforto Bis", from Louvain-la-Neuve and Wavre
  • De Lijn buses: 315 - 316 - 317 - 352

Train

  1. From Brussels-Central and Brussels-Shuman stations: same route as Metro 1, heading to Stockel. Alight at Alma station.
  2. From Brussels-Midi station: take metro 2 or 6 then change at Arts-Loi/Kunst-Wet to take metro 1.

From Brussels Airport


There are two direct "De Lijn" bus lines between the airport and the Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc:
• Bus 359, stop "Thiry Woluwé", at 10 minutes walking from Saint-Luc
• Bus 659, stop “Hippocrate”, at 5 minutes walking from Saint-Luc

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