Classic Car Show Brussels

17 | 18 | 19 NOVEMBER 2023

100 Years 24h Le Mans

The greatest endurance race in the world!

From Friday 17 to Sunday 19 November 2023, Brussels Expo will be the setting for the 8th edition of InterClassics Brussels! Here, collectible car dealers will present 40,000 m2 of classic cars, youngtimers and supercars. Special attention will also be paid to the 100-year history of the world’s most beautiful 24-hour race: Le Mans. These cars will be presented by various international museums and private collectors.


Brussels Expo
17 - 19 November 2023
Opening hours
17 & 18 Nov. 10:00 - 20:00 h
19 Nov. 10:00 - 18:00 h
No restrictions


Exhibitors & Floor Plan 2023

Have a look at this years floor plan and participants !

List of participants

Ticket information

Ticket information

  • Pre-sale online (1 August to 17 November 2023) € 17.50
  • Ticket sale online during the fair (18 to 20 November 2023) € 18.50
  • Ticket sale at the door (18 to 20 November 2023) € 20.00


  • Pre-sale online (1 August to 16 November 2023) €16.00
  • Ticket sale online during the fair (17 to 19 November 2023) € 17.00
  • Ticket sale at the door (17 to 19 November 2023) € 17.50

Group price (from 10 tickets)

  • Online only! € 15.00
  • Children up to 12 years = free on all days!
Order your tickets!

Frequently asked questions

I have a question about purchasing a ticket

You can contact the Ticketing Helpdesk of Brussels Expo:

How to reach Brussels Expo?

By car
Coming from Ghent (E40) or Bergen/Charleroi (E19)

Take the RO (Ring Ouest [West]) ring road, direction Zaventem – Namur
Once on the ring road, take exit 7A and follow the signs for ‘Expo’

Take the RO (Ring Ouest [West]) ring road, direction Ghent (Gand) – Oostende (Ostende) (E40) – Bergen (Mons)/Charleroi (E19).

Take the RO (Ring Ouest [West]) ring road, direction Ghent (Gand) – Oostende (Ostende) (E40)
Once on the ring road, take exit 7A and follow the signs for ‘Expo’

Coming from Antwerp – Boom (A12)

Take the RO (Ring Ouest [West]) ring road, direction Ghent (Gand) – Oostende (Ostende) (E40) – Bergen (Mons)/Charleroi (E19). Once on the ring road, take exit 7A and follow the signs for ‘Expo’

By public transport

By plane

Brussels Expo is located 20 minutes from Brussels International Airport. From the airport, it’s best to take a taxi to Brussels Expo.


Brussels is very easy to get to from London by Eurostar, and by Thalys from Paris, Amsterdam and Cologne. Both trains stop at the Brussels-South (Zuid/Sud) station..


Take line 6 in the direction of Roi Baudouin and get off at the Heyzel stop. This station is located a few minutes on foot from our exhibition halls.


STIB tram line 7 also stops at Brussels Expo. Take the tram towards Heyzel and get off at the terminus.

Trams 51 and 93 stop at the Roi Baudoin stadium. Tram 3 (Esplanade) stops in the Meysselaan.


The buses 14, 83 and 88 in the direction ‘Heyzel’ stop at Brussels Expo; get off at the Heyzel stop (terminus).

Bus line 83 in the direction Berchem Station or Mariëndaal also stops near Hall (Paleis) 12; get off at the Hall (‘Paleis’) 12 stop.

Where can I park?

BRUSSELS EXPO has more than 12,000 parking spaces. The parking spaces are easily accessible and are located near the various palaces.

Car park C can be reached via exit 7A of the ring road and has no fewer than 10,000 spaces. The “walkway” of car park C gives direct access to the various palaces.

Car parks B, T, M and E are accessible depending on the events. You will find the information on your invitation or admission ticket.

Does the chaperone of someone in a wheelchair have free admission to InterClassics?

Yes, chaperones accompanying wheelchair users get free admission to the event.

Are pets allowed?

Dogs will be allowed (on a leash) unless otherwise specified in writing.

Can I drive my car in the LEZ zone?

On 1 January 2018, the Brussels Capital region became an LEZ (low-emission zone).

Further information on this zone may be found at: You can register your vehicle by going to this link (have your vehicle registration papers to hand).

The following link provides a map of the LEZ zone.

Is Brussels Expo wheelchair accessible?

Yes as described below

  • All halls are wheelchair accessible
  • Every sidewalk has a ramp
  • Coming from parking C you can go via the Astrid hall to the elevators