Is there a direct train from Bruges to Brussels airport?
There are 18 direct trains from Bruges (Brugge) to Brussels-Airport-Zaventem each day. Though there may be fewer direct services available depending on your exact departure date.
How much does it cost to get from Brussels to Bruges?
Brussels to Bruges (Brugge) by train
|Journey time||From 53m|
|Distance||55 miles (88 km)|
|Frequency||71 trains per day|
How often do trains run from Brussels to Bruges?
every 30 minutes
Brussels to Bruges… InterCity (IC) trains run from Brussels Midi to Bruges roughly every 30 minutes.
What currency is used in Bruges?
Like some other members of the European Union, the official currency in Belgium is the Euro.
How many days do you need in Bruges?
To properly visit Bruges you need at least 2 full days. Giving that you’re also thinking about doing the Quasimodo tour that makes three days. You can spend a third night in Bruges, making it your base, and make a day trip to Ghent (only 20 minutes by train) if you think you’ve seen enough of Bruges.
Is Bruges worth visiting?
Bruges is absolutely worth adding to your Belgium itinerary for many reasons. From its sheer beauty to its history to its opportunities for people watching, beer indulging, and museum seeing, Bruges is great place to stop.
Which train station in Brussels goes to Bruges?
Brussels Midi is the main hub station used by all mainline trains serving Brussels including Eurostar to London, Thalys to Paris, Amsterdam & Cologne, German Railways ICEs to Cologne & Frankfurt, Intercity trains to Luxembourg and Belgian domestic trains to Bruges, Ghent, Antwerp & so on.
Does Eurostar stop Bruges?
Your Any Belgian Station ticket covers your Eurostar journey to Brussels, plus the local train to Bruges. At Brussels-Midi/Zuid, head down to the main station and check the departure boards for the next train to Bruges.
Is Ghent better than Bruges?
With both historic destinations bathing in canals and medieval quaintness, touristic Bruges is spoken of as the ultimate European flashback, while larger Ghent is often hailed as being more authentic.
What food is Bruges famous for?
5 Fantastic Foods To Try In Bruges
- Waffles. Belgian waffles are the first thing that come to mind because, let’s face it, they are delicious!
- Beer. This may not be a food, but for many Belgians, it is equally as important!
- Hearty savoury dishes.
Do they speak English in Bruges?
Most locals of Bruges, especially dose working with tourists, will have a fair knowledge of English. You should have no problem at all, using English. Flemish (a Dutch dialect) is the local language in Bruges. Most people in Bruges have a very good command of English and you will not have a problem getting by.