Brussels, Belgium

Getting Around

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Transport from and around Brussels
by Alien about 8 years ago

Trains in Belgium
If you would like to see more cities in Belgium it might be interesting to buy a go pass for 5.50 euro a ride. Only to buy them per 10 rides (55 Euro when your under 26 years). This is the cheapest way to travel in Belgium however the nmbs in Belgium is not the best and delays are normal. To know whiche trains you have to take look at the website from the NMBS.

Bus
Eurolines take you to Amsterdam/London / Paris from the train station Brussels Nord for fairly cheap prices (starting from 10-15 euro)
Good Luck

Train

If you are not sure, ask the International Ticket Office
by Hacked By of youtube.com/fırlamaadam about 7 years ago

To inquire about international train tickets, including times and reservations, look for the International Ticket Office at the main train station. The staff speak English and can help you with onward travel plans. Since train times do change, it's always best to inquire first.

Eurostar
by Kluft about 9 years ago
Eurostar

Eurostar is a high speed passenger trains that goes under the English Channel and connects London to Paris or Brussels.
Word of advice, book your ticket early as prices range from 145$ to 245$ (economy)(up to 442 in Premier). If you have a Eurail pass you can get a discount on these fares (will still cost something). However, the key is to get your ticket early as the Eurostar company limits the number of tickets available at a discounted Eurail pass rate.
This is a fast and convienent way to travel out of England, however if stuck with one of the pricier tickets it may be cheaper to use one of the cheaper budget airlines like Brussels Air.