|Main Train Stations||Brussels Central Station, Brussels Midi, Brussels-South Railway Station|
|Main Departing Point from the UK||London St Pancras Int|
|Popular Destinations in Europe||Paris, Brussels, Bruges, Amsterdam|
|Nearest Coach Station||Eurolines Brussels Coach Station|
|Avg Train Ticket Price||£ 39.50|
Brussels is easily accessible by train from the UK, with high-speed Eurostar services running regularly from London St Pancras station. Eurostar trains are by far the easiest and quickest way to travel from the UK to Brussels, with very reasonably priced tickets available to early bookers. The journey takes just under 2 hours, with travellers arriving at Gare du Midi, just outside central Brussels. The city's excellent metro system will whisk you from there to the heart of the city in minutes.
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When are the first and last trains into Brussels? The first trains into Brussels arrive at about 5:00 a.m. while the last trains into Paris are in the early morning.
How far in advance to book trains to Brussels? The prices for trains to Brussels tend to increase the closer to your journey you book. Ideally to get the chepest train tickets, try to book 90 days in advanced.
How much are train tickets to Brussels? Prices for trains to Brussels differ depending on the point of departure The average cost of the Eurostar train to Brussels from London is around £100.
What are the main stations in Brussels? There are two main train stations in Brussels.Brussels-South, also known as Brussels-Midi station, Gare du Midi or Zuidstation, is located in the south of the city. Good connections can be found from here to European destinations as well as other cities in Belgium. Major rail providers and trains serving this station include Thalys, TGV, Eurocity, Eurostar, ICE, and Intercity. The Second is Brussels-North which is one of the three biggest stations in the capital. It welcomes trains from all over Europe and is well connected to the Brussels Public transports network. The main rail provider for the station is SNCB. The station is part of the "Centre des Communications Nord" or North Communications Center which links it to: tramways 3, 4, 25,31,32, and 55, buses 14, 15, 57, 58 and 61, Eurolines and De Lijn bus terminals, and a taxi station.