Brussels is extremely accessible by train, via both national and international rail travel. Whether you are traveling from Paris, London, Amsterdam or any other Belgian city, all railways lead to Brussels.
Via the four main stations, you have a direct connection with all the major Belgian cities, the airports and the major European cities.
· Brussels Nord primarily serves commuter traffic and is close to a number of business centers and government services
· Brussels Central is close to the Grand Place, and is therefore the ideal choice if you want to explore the city center
· Brussels Midi also has an international terminal where you can change to the Thalys, Eurostar or TGV
· Brussels Schuman is close to the Berlaymont building in the heart of the European quarter
For further information:
- Consult the website of the National Railway Company of Belgium (SNCB) for more information about your train journey.
- Definitely also check the Brussels Mobility website. You will find information about the various possibilities to get about in the city, as well as real-time traffic information.
Brussels Mobility is the administration of the Brussels-Capital Region responsible for equipment, infrastructure and mobility issues.