Official information on the European Union

You can visit http://europa.eu/europedirect for all your questions about the European Union. All information about living, working and travelling withing the EU can be found at http://europa.eu/youreurope.

European Commission Representation in Belgium

73 Rue Archimède
1000 Brussels
Tel:  02 295 38 44
COMM-REP-BRU@ec.europa.eu
ec.europa.eu/belgium

The European Commission has representations in every Member State. The aim of these centres is to provide information to all sectors of society on EU policies and programmes. You will find loads of brochures and can contact them with your questions (e.g., “What are my rights as an EU citizen?”, “What should I do to study or work in another EU country?”). The website also has a special section where SMEs can find information on European policy measures affecting them.

European Parliament Brussels Information Office

60 Rue Wiertz
B-1047 Brussels
Tel: 02 284 20 05
epbrussels@europarl.europa.eu  
www.europarl.europa.eu/brussels/

The European Parliament Information Office primarily deals with information and public relations. Infopoint distributes all manner of informative brochures and posters. Infodoc provides information and distributes publications to a specialist public. The Office also organises multiple activities, such as seminars, exhibitions, open days and youth projects.

InfEuropa Schuman 14

1 Rue Archimède
1000 Brussels
Tel: 02 296 55 55
comm-infeuropa@ec.europa.eu

Public information centre on Rond-Point Schuman in the heart of the European Quarter. The centre has an information desk and offers free documentation on all aspects of the EU. The centre occasionally organises exhibitions and cultural events.

Official websites of the European institutions in Brussels