Brussels, Brussel, Brüssel, or Bruxelles is the capital and the second largest city of Belgium (after Antwerpen). It is featured in both Euro Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2.

Landmarks Edit

In ETS 2, several landmarks can be seen in Brussel, especially high-rise buildings: There are the Atomium, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Bastion Tower, the Belgacom Towers, the North Galaxy Towers, the Tour Astro, the Tour des Finances, the Tour du Midi, the Tour Rogier and the Tour Zénith.

Features Edit

FCP and Transinet have depots in Brussel. Additionally, there is an EuroAcres farm to the west of the city.

Facilities in Brussel are a small Iveco truck dealer, a garage, a hotel, a service shop and a recruitment agency.

Connections Edit

Euro Truck Simulator Edit

Brussel is connected with two euroroutes: the E17 runs south to the French border, where the E15 continues towards Paris. The E19 runs north to Amsterdam.

Euro Truck Simulator 2 Edit

Three Autosnelwegen and one minor road serve Brussel:

  • The A1 links Brussel to the Dutch cities of Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
  • The A7 runs to the southwest towards the French border, where it continues as A2 with the nearest cities being Lille, Paris and Reims.
  • The A15 branches off of the A7 some kilometers south of Brussels and goes towards Liège. Via the A4 one can reach Luxembourg.

In addition, a minor road starts in Brussel heading for Lille.

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See also Edit

Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium
Cities Brussel - Liège
Autoroutes / Autosnelwegen A1 - A3 - A4 - A7 - A15 - R0