Blue House Bed & Breakfast

Lamorinierestraat 89, Antwerp, 2018, Belgium
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transport from brussels airport to antwerp

by katcharlie

what is the best way to get from brussells airport to antwerp central train station around 10pm midweek

Re: transport from brussels airport to antwerp

by leics

By train, I think. Train times, details and fares in English on

But which Brussels airport?

The railway station at Brussels airport (about 7 miles from Brussels, code BRU) is within the airport itself:

From Brussels South Charleroi airport (29miles from Brussels, code CRL), take the bus to the station (detailed on this page):

The Belgian railway site will give you departure times/changes from either station.

Re: transport from brussels airport to antwerp

by qaminari

Personally, I would rather take the Antwerp Express Bus which runs until midnight (€10)
Of course it all depends on what you mean by "best", the train costs a few cents less (€9 something) and there are more of them, but you have to change in Brussels itself.

Re: transport from brussels airport to antwerp

by katcharlie

thanks for the replies, will check out the bus from the airport and the trains for the rest


Travel Tips for Antwerp

Internet Cafe

by Imbi

There are so many internet café in city that you can’t miss one. This internet café was right in front of our hotel and it has all the facility. It was cheap as well and open on bank holiday. What else do you want?

Try and time your visit to...

by richiecdisc

Try and time your visit to coincide with the 24 Hours of Beer Festival. It is generally the middle of November in two 12 hour sessions, Saturday from 14:00 till 2:00 and Sunday from 10:00 till 22:00. It is a fantastic festival not only for its varied beer selection but for the friendly and well behaved crowds. I was lucky enough to get a ride from Haarlem in the Netherlands to Antwerp with VTer Sandra and her father. It was nice in not only saving money but also for the company and for lugging not only my huge backpack, but also the five-liter keg of Rauchbier I had stupidly bought in Bamberg, Germany some days earlier. I had already transported it to Dusseldorf, Zwolle, and Haarlem. Each time, a local VT member had met me, so it had been easy. They were in a bit of a hurry as they were going to a ball that evening so I was dropped off at their hotel and pointed in the direction of the center, or so I thought. It was miserable gray Belgian weather, and I trudged off to secure a room, the little keg making a nuisance of itself right from the get go. Its thin and uncomfortable handle was made for transporting it from your shopping bag to your fridge, but not for a long walk through the city. After half a mile I felt I was making no progress and intrinsically thought I was going the wrong way so headed back directly from where I came and went the way I imagined the city center to be. In no time, I was in a more familiar looking area, going towards the train station. Soon I saw some hotels and having no guide for the area, I decided to just try those, already anticipating having to lug the keg to the train station when I left. The first place was a little pricey so tried one more. Eureka, a cheap place across from the station, but the one catch was there was no electricity, though I was assured it would be fixed shortly. I had some time to kill before meeting another fellow VTer for drinks, so took the room and tried to sleep. Of course, the maintenance man was there shortly and had it sorted out quickly enough. I grabbed a shower and headed out into the cool night air. I left the keg behind. It was Antwerp, I’d find many beers on my wanderings, and I had carried that little bugger enough for one day.

Antwerpen ... the motor of Flanders

by Pavlik_NL

The atmosphere on the Marketsquare in the evening. Terraces, people busy with watching and talking, while drinking a cool lovely beer (Belgium beer is better!, that's why we export so much all over the world - hahaha). Hmmm, that's what makes the Lowlands (Belgium as well as Holland) so special - but in Blegium they can do it still slightly better then up here North.

Yet more people populated the...

by Pegasus74

Yet more people populated the isosceles triangular Handschoenmarkt, where the church makes its base, restaurants and souvenir shops form the sides, to savor Flemish cuisine. Next to the church along Blauwmoezelstraat is a chocolate house called G.Bastin. The shop smells very chocolate sweet and their home made is one of the best I've tasted so far. Was told they do e-commerce and ship boxes to anywhere in the world. Unbelievable!

Branching out from the vertices, there are even more terrace cafes and restaurants, all looked very welcoming. The alley which leads to Groenplaats is the most concentrated; everywhere everyone was tasting something and having a good time. The alley where the chocolate house sits, little further opposite the church is a very cool bar restaurant which interior is decorated with statues. Check that out. It's got a friendly atmostphere. Down the street is a little antique market. The vertex which faces the church joins yet another lively alley that intersects with a road running parallel and close to the Scheldt River. The raised promenades render views of the city's skyline and is a good place to simply rest your body after some cardiovascular exercise. Nearby, the Steen, a medieval riverside castle, houses a maritime museum. Go after you're recharged.

Antwerp the lovely and lively...

by sandravdp

Antwerp the lovely and lively city has a lot to offer: when you visit please take a look at Groote Markt & Groenplaats before seeing the rest ;o) These are the best places to be, you can't leave Antwerp before seeing this! ;o)


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