Roi-Baudouin/Koning-Boudewijn is a Brussels metro station and the western terminus of Line 6. The preceding stop is Heysel/Heizel. The metro stop is located in Laeken, in the northwest of Brussels. Aside from the metro, there is also a bus and tram station of the same name. The bus station serves the bus routes 84, 88, and N18.
This station opened on 25 August 1998, extending the metro line 1A from Heysel as the new north-western terminus. The station takes its name from the nearby King Baudouin Stadium, although the Heysel metro station is closer to the stadium.
Across the street from the stadium are a number of shops, supermarkets and schools.
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