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Tour de France opening Celebrations to Interrupt Brussels traffic

The iconic "Grand Place" (literally "Big Square") in the centre of Brussels, built mainly between 1696 and 1704. Its beautiful façades are a mixture of baroque and Renaissance architecture. During Christmas evening, there's a light festival at dusk, as well as christmas markets.

The opening festivities of this Tour de France start up in Brussels on Thursday, bringing several disruptions to traffic and blood circulation from the city because this season’s racers and their clubs drifting throughout Brussels as part of the conventional opening caravan.

In case set to close down several chief paths and streets also impact public transport lines, freedom authorities have encouraged residents to elect for socalled clean transport methods from Thursday through Sunday.

By 14:00 and before 20:00, the 2-2 distinct teams that’ll participate in the race will be introduced to biking fans in Brussels.

Racers on Thursday will set off by the Place des Palais in direction of their Grand Place through the Galeries Saint Hubert, closing this down circuit from mid Day.

The events can impact a minimum of 12 unique bus and tram lines, and this will be limited or redirected, particularly during the afternoon.

With several main roads shut down as the riders are likely to go through them, drivers have been”strongly” advised in order to avoid driving to Brussels, and those getting into the city by the periphery are encouraged to park their own vehicles in the parking lots located beyond the inner city belt and also to ride public transportation to the town.

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