Aarhus Centre contact

The EU Aarhus Centre is based in ClientEarth’s Brussels office.

60 Rue du Trône (5th floor)
Box 11
1050 – Ixelles
Brussels

t +32 (0)2 808 34 65
info@clientearth.org

Directions to our Brussels office

By Metro

The nearest metro station is Trône, on lines 2 and 6. Exit onto Rue du Luxembourg. Cross this street and head towards the big ING building. Turn on the left on Rue du Trône. Number 60 is on the left hand side; To enter the building you either need an electronic badge or someone should open the door for you. Take the lift to the fifth floor.
Directions to our Brussels office

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