Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

20 Boulevard Anspachlaan, Brussels, 1000, Belgium
Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
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Charleroi Airport to Grand Place

by byanbyan

Hey there.

I was wondering if anyone could give me directions on how to get from Charleroi Airport to Grand Place (or more specifically Scandic Grand Place Hotel) with public transportation.

Thank you.

Re: Charleroi Airport to Grand Place

by leics

The hotel page has detailed instructions on its location:

It is '2 minutes' from Brussels Centraal station'.

The airport website tells you how to get to/from the airport by train:

and the train website will give you train times/fares:

Alternatively, you could take the shuttle bus to Brussels Midi station and then the metro or bus to Brussels Centraal:

Re: Charleroi Airport to Grand Place

by Jason21B

Brussels is easy to get around in. I would just give the address to a cab and let them take you. I don't think it's too far and it would be a lot easier and faster.

Re: Charleroi Airport to Grand Place

by leics

Charleroi airport is not Brussels International airport, I'm afraid. It's about 60km from Brussels, so a taxi will not be cheap.

Re: Charleroi Airport to Grand Place

by Jason21B

Oh well in that case sorry I can't help. I do hear that the train system is easy and cheap though, you may want to look into that, or see if the hotel has a shuttle.

Re: Charleroi Airport to Grand Place

by leics

Yes, the links I gave in my first reply give train and shuttle bus info.

The hotel will of course organise a taxi, if the OP requires, but they do not seem to run a regular shuttle;

Re: Charleroi Airport to Grand Place


The shuttle bus from Charleroi airport takes about 45 minutes.

Just an advance warning: if you are going back to Charleroi airport with that same shuttle bus (which leaves from Bruxelles-Midi station), then this is what happened to me:

I was supposed to be at the shuttle bus at 7 in the morning and it was to leave soon after. I was there quite early so as not to miss it. However, it left 45 minutes late, which made me 'just' in time for my flight. That gave me a lot of stress, I must say.

Travel Tips for Brussels

Belgian Chocolate

by vichatherly

Simply one of the best things to come out of Belgium apart from the beers.

Handmade pralines by Wittamer, Nihoul, Neuhaus, Godiva and Leonidas are worth getting as presents for people back home...if they make it that far.

I know everyone says visit the...

by rickyvilla81

I know everyone says visit the Grand Place, so I wont. I know also that everyone says, yeah, make time for the Atomium, so again I wont. Where would I take someone who's never been to Brussels before? To all the winding streets around Grand Place, the ones filled with the restaurants and street cafes, laden with lavish displays of fish, fruit, mussels, meat, even stuffed hares dressed up smoking pipes. And then i would say, nice, isn't it, and take them to Quick fast food joint, to show them how awful service can be - no matter how busy, you will always have to wait while they cook whatever it is you want, as if you've waltzed in like Keith Floyd and demanded something off menu. By the way, on a sunny day, the Atomium is really cool - but look at that photo. Does that look like a sunny day to you? And what about my hat? As for the other pic - its Mannekin Pis, dressed up as what looks like an X-Wing Pilot. Realising that the nightlife beats almost anywhere in Britain, simply by dint of bars still being packed and thronging at 8am.

Brussels Tip

by sunnywong

LANGUAGE. There are three officially recognized languages;Frensh and Dutch are the main languages,German is spoken by a small segment of the population and English is widely spoken. Major Belgian city names are in English,in Frensh and in Dutch. Do not hesitate to start a conversation in English...most of the Belgian people speak it fluently,with that charming frensh or dutch accent.


by eden_teuling

The explanation of the name of this Museum:

from the year 1238 a Franciscan Convent, which played an important role for quite some time in the social and religious life in Brussels, was found near the GROTE MARKT, the GRAND PLACE.

At the beginning of the 19th Century, a butter market occupied the site, which was subsequently replaced by the Stock Exchange at the end of the same Century!

It is a great place to visit! I can recommend it to you all!

For information and guided tours tel.: +32 (0)2 279 43 50

Fax: +32 (0)2 279 43 62

Then there are the Palace of...

by Pegasus74

Then there are the Palace of the Academies, Palace of Congres, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Classical & Modern Art, and the Royal Park Theatre, which together border the park. Continue your tour south along Rue de la Regence, you'll see the magnificent Palace de Justice at the very end. Also the lovely garden - Jardin D'Egmont, and the Church of Notre Dame du Sablon can be seen on both sides of the street. There really are a lot to cover in this so-called Upper Town region. You might want to end this tour at Grand Place since it's only 10 mins walk away. And relax with a cup of hot chocolate at one of the many open cafes.


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