There is a train going from Brussels National Airport (Zaventem) to Brussels-North Station every 10 minutes between 05:00 and midnight, 7 days a week. The ride takes 18 minutes and costs € 12,70.
Try to avoid booking inbound flights to the Brussels South airport (Charleroi) as you’ll need to take an airport operated shuttle bus to Brussels-Midi Station before taking the train to Brussels-North Station.
Horst promotes public transport as the main option to travel to and from the festival. By train and shuttle bus is the easiest way to reach the festival.
There is a frequent connection between all major cities and Vilvoorde. Trains to Vilvoorde run every 15 minutes from Brussels-North Station and every 20 minutes from Antwerp Central Station. Train service, depending on your destination, stops around 00:00. Train tickets are not included in your ticket.
Once in Vilvoorde Station, you take the festival shuttle bus, these go about every 15 minutes. Admission is included in your ticket.
Once in Vilvoorde Station you can take the festival shuttle bus, these drive every 15 minutes during the course of the festival until midnight.
Biking to Asiat, Vilvoorde is easy. Follow the designated route and park your bike for free nearby the main entrance.
Horst is reachable by car. Follow the indicated route to access the parking space, which is within walking distance from the festival. Note that parking has to be paid upon arrival (€ 5).
Uber operates in and around the Brussels area. Vilvoorde falls within this Uber serviced area. There's a designated area nearby the entrance to arrange pick-up & drop-off.
The Brussels region has several Taxi companies. If you want to use Taxi services we advise you to book these in advance. There's a designated area nearby the entrance to arrange pick-up & drop-off.