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Getting to Brussels

Right in the heart of Europe, Brussels has superb air, road and rail connections. More than 60 million Europeans live within 300km of Brussels, less than two hours by high-speed train. For those who fly in, it takes only 20 minutes from the airport to the city centre. And when you have arrived, it's easy to move around the compact city, by public transport or on foot.

Train Stations in Brussels



Société nationale des Chemins de Fer belges (SNCB)
 
There are fivemain stations serving the Brussels-Capital Region, all interlinked.
For all information concerning passenger transport in Belgium and abroad, T (0)2 528 28 28
 
National traffic: 7 a.m. -9.15 p.m.
International traffic and reservations, Eurostar; TGV, Thalys Info: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.; WE: 9 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.) 
www.sncb.be

 

 
The main stations:
 
Central Station  
Carrefour de l'Europe 2 - 1000 
 
South Station 
rue de France 2 - 1070 
For London: Eurostar
For Paris: Thalys
For France: TGV
 
North Station  
rue du Progrès 85 - 1210 
For Amsterdam
 
Luxembourg Station 
place du Luxembourg - 1040 
For Luxembourg
 
Schuman Station  
Rond-point Schuman  - 1040 
Serves European institutions.

 
 
 
Airport in Brussels
 
 

Brussels Airport
 
Since June 2012, the new Diabolo infrastructure has provided a quicker and more direct link between the SNCB station under the airport terminal and the main stations in Brussels (Brussels-Nord, Brussels-Central and Brussels-Midi).
 
Direct trains run every 15 minutes in both directions. It takes just 17 minutes to travel into central Brussels. 
 
For train times, check our journey planner, on our mobile site m.sncb.be or via the SNCB app.
 
To pay for this new infrastructure, every passenger travelling to or from Brussels National Airport has to pay a Diabolo supplement on top of the ticket price.  
 
The standard ticket price for travel between the airport and the Brussels Zone is €8.50 per journey, which includes the Diabolo fee. If you already have an SNCB ticket, you will have to pay the Diabolo fee separately. 
More information
 
Up to 4 children under 12 can travel free of charge if they are accompanied by a paying passenger.
 
In addition, any ticket to or from a station in the Brussels Zone entitles you to travel by train all day between all stations in the Brussels Zone on the date of travel. 
 
Where can I buy my ticket (up to 31 days in advance)?
 
- Avoid the queues, buy your ticket online or via the mobile site m.sncb.be
- At the station, from the ticket machines or the ticket office
 
All information is available at www.sncb.be or by calling +32 (0)2 528.28.28
 
Brussels South Charleroi Airport
 
By train
 
You can easily connect to Brussels South Charleroi Airport from any Belgian station.
 
If you select "Charleroi South Airport" as the departure or destination station, you will receive a combined Train + Bus ticket. With this ticket you can travel to Charleroi-South station by train, then take one of the many buses on Line A, which provides a direct link between the station and the airport terminal and takes just a few minutes. The ticket price includes the train and the bus transfer. A quick, efficient and great-value way to get your journey off to a flying start.
 
Where can I buy my ticket (up to 31 days in advance)?
 
- At the station, from the ticket machines or the ticket office
- There are three ticket machines at the airport near the TEC bus boarding area, to the left of the terminal exit. You can buy a combined Bus + Train ticket or a ticket for the bus only if you already have an SNCB ticket. 
 
Carpooling
 
 
 
Feel like a holiday? Do you want to travel through Europe at a lower cost? Eurostop is a platform of cheap carpool offers for journeys all over Europe.
 
What are the benefits?
 
> You save money by sharing travelling costs
> You enjoy company during the journey
> You help beautifying urban landscape by reducing traffic and parking
 
What do you need to know?
 
Using our platforms DOES NOT COST YOU ANYTHING! We aim at making people look at mobility in a more sustainable way.
More info on www.eurostop.be
 
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02/06/2014 07:55

Moscow11 said:

 I would like to vistit brussels Tourism. How can i apply?

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29/10/2012 22:46

sm said:

Airport shuttle charges 13 Er  not 10.00 Er , as one way fare. Kindly  , confirm and do the needful. 

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