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How to Travel from London to Brussels

Located approximately 380 kilometres apart, the journey from London to Brussels offers several convenient travel options. One of the simplest journey options is via train, with Eurostar services departing London St. Pancras International train station every morning and running regularly throughout the day. Services are direct to Brussels main station and usually take no longer than 2 hours 20 minutes. Several operators run coach and bus routes from London to Brussels main station departing London Victoria Coach Station and taking around 5-6 hours direct.

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London to Brussels Travel Comparison

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£21

7hrs

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£105

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£100

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What is the best way to travel from London to Brussels?

Cheapest way to travel from London to Brussels


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Taking the bus from London to Brussels is the most cost effective way to travel, although it does take the most time and most services require a change. Coach and bus services depart London daily from London Victoria Coach Station. Departures begin in the early afternoon with at least 3 services direct to Brussels central station daily. Journey times take on average 5-6 hours. Bookings for coach travel are flexible and offer some of the most competitively priced options for travel.


Most popular way to travel from London to Brussels


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Most travellers making the journey from London to Brussels decide to either fly or take the train. A direct train service operated by Eurostar runs daily departing London St. Pancras bound for Brussels main rail station. Services commence at 6.50 a.m. each morning taking an average of 2 hours 20 minutes from departure to arrival. Services run regularly through the morning peak, with departures from London St. Pancras International leaving once every two hours until 8:30 p.m. each evening before recommencing again early morning the following day. Services are direct into the centre of the Belgian capital.


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