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The iDSB-campus is located in the municipality Wezembeek-Oppem, about 8 km east of Brussels. Our school is situated on a large area in the countryside in the middle of the residential area of the Brussels outskirts, near the E40 and the motorway ring R0.
The iDSB is easily accessible by both private and public transport. Many iDSB families enjoy living in Wezembeek-Oppem and the neighboring communities of Sterrebeek, Kraainem, Tervuren and Woluwe.
Our students have the opportunity to use the individual school transport. Further information can be found HERE.
Get here by car
From the highway E40 you reach the school in about 5 minutes drive from the exit Sterrebeek / Wezembeek-Oppem. From the Brussels Ring, the Wezembeek-Oppem exit is only a 2-minute drive from the iDSB.
Access by public transport
The nearest metro station is the Kraainem/Crainhem station on line 1 (Gare de l'Ouest - Stokkel). From there you can get to the school in a few minutes by bus from the Brussels transport company STIB (lines 76 and 77, stop Deutsche Schule or Gergel).
The Brussels suburbs are served by buses of the Flemish transport company De Lijn. The closest stop to the iDSB on the Chaussee des Malines or Mechelsesteenweg - Ban Eik can be reached in less than 10 minutes.
You can alos take the tram (line 39) from the city center to Wezembeek-Oppem. From the station Ruisseau or Beek you can easily reach the iDSB in about 8 minutes on foot via Rue Ruisseau or Beekstraat.
Tickets of both lines are valid only within restricted tariff zones. There are separate tickets for students.
Arriving by train
ICE and Thalys travel back and forth between Brussels and Aachen / Cologne / Frankfurt several times a day. Brussels international station is called Bruxelles Midi (French) or Brussels Zuid (Flemish). From there, the iDSB can be reached by Brussels public transport.
Arriving by plane
The airlines Lufthansa and Brussels Airlines operate scheduled flights between German cities and Brussels. The Brussels Airport in the suburb Zaventem is only a 10 minutes drive away from the iDSB.