Thanks to the geographical location at the centre of Europe, Belgium has countless excellent international connections, making it fairly easy to travel to Belgium from almost anywhere in the world.
Travel to Belgium from the neighboring countries
- Travel from the UK to Belgium
- Travel from Germany to Belgium
- Travel from France to Belgium
- Travel from The Netherlands to Belgium
Flights to Belgium:
Despite the sheer size, Belgium counts 5 international airports, offering excellent connections with many places around the world. The main airports are Brussels -Zaventem and Brussels-Charleroi airport.
When traveling to Belgium from outside the EU, but also within, it’s always a good idea to compare prices with flights to neighboring countries such as the Netherlands or Germany in order to find the cheapest ticket prices possible. The airports of London, Amsterdam, Paris, Dusseldorf, Köln and Frankfurt have excellent connection to Belgium thanks to the high speed train lines.
The website I recommend most for finding the cheapest flight tickets to Belgium is www.skyscanner.net
Trains to Belgium
Belgium has a quite extensive railway network which is well connected with the rest of Europe. There are many regular IC (intercity) trains from all neighboring countries, as well as some high speed train lines.
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Busses to Belgium
There are several international bus companies, connecting Belgium with countless major European cities. It’s definitely the cheapest way to travel to Belgium. For example, a ticket between Brussels and Paris costs approx 15€.