We seek to operate in all four corners of Belgium in order to make it as easy as possible for blind and partially sighted people to gain access to our services. Our regional offices are located close to stations to facilitate access for people with visual impairments.

Brussels headquarters

Located a stone's throw from the Gare du Midi Station, and thus easy to reach by train, metro, tram or bus, the Ligue Braille headquarters houses all the Services made available to blind and partially sighted people and the general public.

The building is admirably suited to people with visual impairments, who are able to move around there quite independently and in complete safety.


Rue d’Angleterre 57
B- 1060 Brussels
Tel.: 02/533.32.11
Fax: 02/537.64.26

How to get there

  • Train: Gare du Midi station (leave the station via avenue Fonsny)
  • Metro: Get off at the Porte de Hal station, or Gare du Midi station. Whichever station you choose, you have to walk only 250 m to reach our premises.
  • Tram: 3, 4, 31, 32, 51, 81, 82, 83
  • Bus: 27, 49, 50, 78
  • Car: drive along the inner ring road as far as the Midi exit (near the railway bridge at the Nord-Midi junction) and then follow the signs to Mons until you reach avenue Fonsny. Rue d’Angleterre is the third street on the left. The Ligue Braille does not have any private parking facilities.

See Google Maps for the location of the Brussels headquarters

Regional offices