Hotel Avenue

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

J de Troozlaan 42, Blankenberge, B-8370, Belgium
Hotel Avenue
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40%
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20%
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20%
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 25% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families25
  • Couples33
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Travelling to Blankenberge from Brussels Midi - is there any train connections?

by belgiumhost

We're travelling from from the Eurostar in a few days is there a train from Brussels Midi to Blankenberge Duinse?

OR is there a train in Brussels to Blankenberge Duinse area?

Your advice is appreciated.

Re: Travelling to Blankenberge from Brussels Midi - is there any train connections?

by K_V_B

Ofcourse there is a train. See www.nmbs.be for times and prices. The trip planner on that site can plan trips door to door, so you can just enter the address of the place you're going to and it will tell you what trains and buses (if any) you need to get to your destination.

Travel Tips for Blankenberge

World animals like we don't know them

by Luchonda

The Eurasian Otter is the only species found in Europe and its population is very depleted. In some western countries it has become extinct.
Classic question : a seal, is it living at the north- or southpole. Yes you are partially right - the southpole - but in fact you will find seals at the southern atmosphere. I saw some species in South Africa, some in Argentina and of course the Galagapos. For this reason, don't be surprised to find seals in an area where palmtrees are growing aswell.

Blankenburg (Blankenberge)

by grayfo

Blankenburg has more to offer than nice beaches. Everybody will enjoy a walk through the busy shopping streets of the centre of the city. In earlier times Blankenburg was nothing more than a small fishermen village at the coast, the picturesque harbour at the west end of the resort is now used by yachts rather than fishing boats. Because of its rather strategic position, the little village was often plundered and destroyed. Another problem was that the sea sometimes proved to be not only a source of income, but also a source of destruction through flooding. It was in the 19th century that the small town became one of the first Belgian seaside-resorts visited by tourists. Around 1850 the first (but not the last) hotels were constructed.

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