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By train

Getting to Brussels by train
Brussels is very well served by the railway network, at both domestic and international level. Whether you’re coming from London, Paris, Amsterdam or elsewhere in Belgium, all rail lines lead to Brussels...

The four main stations are connected to all major destinations in Belgium, as well as the country’s airports and the major European cities:

  • Brussels Nord station, which is primarily oriented to commuters, is close to the business district and public services
  • Not far from Grand-Place, Brussels Central Station is the ideal option for visits to the city centre
  • The international rail services Thalys, Eurostar and TGV stop at Brussels Midi station
  • Brussels Schuman is located opposite the EU Commission’s home Berlaymont in the heart of the European district

Not forgetting...

Etterbeek, Delta, Bockstael, Saint-Job and many others. With 28 stations spread throughout its territory, the train is a very good way to get to a particular district of Brussels and to travel quickly across the city.

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