North Rhine-Westphalia Representative Office
to the European Union
Rue Montoyer/Montoyerstraat 47
In the wake of European integration, Brussels, as the seat of key EU institutions, gained increasing significance
amongst Germany's states. North Rhine-Westphalia was the first of the non-city states to open, in 1986, a government
satellite office in Brussels. The NRW Representative Office is the point of contact for political and business
leaders and those from the culture sector as well as universities, research establishments and local government areas.
The establishment of the State of NRW in Brussels is easy to reach by public transport or by car.
By public transport
- Trône/Troon (Metro 2 and 6 from Gare du Midi/Zuidstation)
- Arts-Loi/Kunst-Wet and Maelbeek/Maalbeek (Metro 1 and 5
from Gare Centrale/Centraal Station)
- Science/Wetenschap (Busses 22, 34, 36, 38, 64, 80 and 95)
- Schumann (Bus line 12 from Airport (BRU))
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