Sint Niklaas B & B

Sint Niklaasstraat 18, Bruges, 8000, Belgium
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Train from Brussels to Brugge

by Bursland

I will shortly be travelling to Brugge via Brussels from UK on Eurostar.I know I can use my Eurostar ticket on the train to Brugge, but will it be necessary to validate it before I travel .I know that some European railways require the ticket to be stamped in a machine on the platform prior to boarding with stiff penalties for non complience.Any assistance gratefully received .

Re: Train from Brussels to Brugge

by deptlads

Nope

validation not necessary

Re: Train from Brussels to Brugge

by mccalpin

No, we didn't validate our tickets for the Brussels to Brugge section of the trip (we started in London also)...but, then, I don't even remember anyone asking to see our tickets ;-)

Note that the requirement to validate tickets in the machine on the platform is really for tickets that are for local and regional trains, i.e., trains in which there are no reservations. If you travel on a train that requires reservations, then you will carry your e-ticket or booking code and ID or whatever (varies by country), and you shouldn't have to validate this in advance. (this is true for Italy...I am assuming it works in a similar fashion elsewhere)

Why? Because the e-ticket is good for only one train - the one you have a reservation on, so it can't be re-used. Tickets on local and regional trains, however, aren't for any train in particular, so it could be re-used if you didn't validate it first. That's why they fine you for not validating the ticket for the local or regional train - they figure you're trying to save it to use one another trip. Make sense?

Bill

Re: Train from Brussels to Brugge

by Mikebb

When we took a day trip Brussels to Brugge return in September 2008 the Inspectors checked everyones ticket on the Belgian train. We had used Eurostar from London to Brussels a few days earlier and cannot recall any ticket inspections once on the train.

Travel Tips for Brugge

No love in this lake.

by phoaquinjoenix

Minnewater doesn't get it's name from minnaar (dutch for lover) - the minne is an ancient germanic term for an elf or sprite. Which makes sense when you realise the whole area used to be oak forest and a major centre for druids.
Whatever the name, it's gorgeous, isn't it?

The Belfry and the Halles

by globetrott

Walk around the Halls and look for the nice shops and the interesting building of the Halles.
On top of the Belfry there are chimes, consisting of 47 bells

You may walk up the 370 steps to have a great view over the town and its surroundings.

The tower is open to the public from 09.30a.m. - 05.00 p.m. - Closed on Mondays !!

The entry is 5 Euro (3 Euro for children) Waffles and other sweet things - have a look also under "restaurant-tips"

Old buildings everywhere

by tompt

Bruges is old building after old building. So if you are not into that don't visit.
But if you like it, it is an absolut must to visit Bruges. Take your camera and enjoy. Don't always look through your lens though. Or you can bump your head as doorposts can be very low. (see Tom in the picture)

How to Drink Belgian Beer

by Fen

There are NO snobbish distinictions made in Belgium between bottle and casked beer.
Some of the most prestigious brews are served in bottles, and as with casks, bottles are often laid down to mature. The choice of drinking glass, however is a vital part of the beer drinking ritual.
Many beers must be drunk in a particular glass, which the barman will supply, ranging from goblets to long thin drinking tubes. Beers are often served with a complementary snack.

Packing List

by aliante1981

Take just the most basic things, as almost everything is readily available in place. Still, if you know you'll arrive late on Saturday or on Sunday it is a good idea to take all the necessary things as you may not find shops open at these times. Also, if you need some medical supplies, better take them with you, becuase there maybe a hassle with presriptions Lots of film - you'll need it. Take an ISO 200 one - it should do the trick both indoor and outdoors. If you have an SLR, taking some filters would also be a good idea. Especially an UV one, to protect your camera lens

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Address: Sint Niklaasstraat 18, Bruges, 8000, Belgium