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By train

Brussels is easily accessible by train, both national and international. Whether you come from Paris, London, Amsterdam or any Belgian city, all railroads lead to Brussels.

Through the four main stations, you have a direct connection to all major cities of the country, airports and major European cities:

  • Brussels-North is mainly oriented to commuters and is close to numerous business centers and government services
  • Brussels-Central is close to the Grand Place, making it the ideal choice if you want to explore the city center
  • Brussels-Midi includes an international terminal (Eurostar and TGV)
  • Brussels-Schuman is located near the Berlaymont building, in the heart of the European district

Not forgetting...

Bockstael, Delta, Etterbeek, Sint-Job ... Brussels has no less than 35 train stations. So, the train is an excellent means of transport not only to get to the capital, but also for trips within Brussels.

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