Belgium

From Belgium to international cities

As it is located in the center of Europe it is very well connected to other countries. You can find here some travel itineraries. 

Brussels - London

The Eurostar high-speed train can take you from Brussels Midi (South station) to London St Pancras in only two hours. You can even visit Ireland, Dublin by taking a train and a ferry from Holyhead to Dublin Ferryport.

Keep in mind that seat reservations for high-speed trains are required. We advise you to reserve in advance

Brussels - Paris

You can travel from Brussels to Paris in less than two hours by taking the high-speed Thalys trains from Brussels Midi (South station) to Paris Gare du Nord (North station).

Keep in mind that  se at reservations for high-speed trains are required. We advise you to reserve in advance.

Brussels - Amsterdam

There are two options to travel from Brussels Midi or Amsterdam Centraal. Either you take the Thalys high-speed train which takes less than two hours. Keep in mind that  se at reservations for high-speed trains are required. We advise you to reserve in advance. Or you can take the InterCity train from Brussels Midi or Brussels Central to Amsterdam Centraal which takes a bit less than 3 hours. 

Travelling to Belgium

Belgium is a country with various cities with different sceneries. You can visit the Belgian Flanders with its beautiful houses or the Ardennes and its nature. The most visited cities are Brussels, Bruges, Ghent, and Antwerp. As the country is small your travels within it will not exceed four hours. 

With an Interrail Pass

Traveling to Belgium with an Interrail Pass? Make sure to get the most out of your pass and check out the Interrail Pass benefits in Belgium.

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