Trains to Bruges

Taking trains to Bruges: how to reach Bruges by train?

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You’re wondering how to get to Bruges by train? How does the train system in Belgium work? What train should you take to get to Bruges?

Trains to Bruges: Eurostar trains to Bruges

The easiest way to travel from the UK with trains to Bruges is by taking the Eurostar to Bruges. First you go to Brussels South Station (Midi Station) and there you change for trains to Bruges (+/- 1 hour). Another way to catch trains to Bruges is from Lille (France), another major stop of the Eurostar leading to trains to Bruges. For information on the Eurostar and trains to Bruges, click here.

Trains to Bruges via Brussels

The Belgian railway system is one of the densest train systems in the world, with literally tracks between every village, town or city. There are several trains to Bruges every hour from all major train stations in Belgium. The busiest train is the one going from Ostend in the West all the way to Liège in the east, passing by Bruges, Ghent and the three train stations in Brussels. A good tip for trains to Bruges is to use the “All-Belgian-Stations”-system, allowing you to reach every station in Belgium for a fixed amount. For more info on trains to Bruges, click here.

Other info than trains to Bruges:

After you have taken trains to Bruges and have arrived in this mesmerizing city, some practical information about Bruges:
Hotels in BrugesAttractions in BrugesEvents in BrugesRestaurants in BrugesMuseums in BrugesChristmas in BrugesMap of BrugesParking in BrugesNightlife in BrugesShopping in BrugesWeather in BrugesWeekend in Bruges

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