Albert Inn

176 Avenue Albert, Brussels, 1190, Belgium
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Char eroi (Ryanair) Airport to the City

by magictravelers

Hi Tourists!
We are tavelling this Friday (March 26th) to Brussels from Barcelona. We are flying Ryan air, arriving at 8 am (more or less) to Charleroi Airport.

I ahve only been able to find the Ryanair bus as means of travel to the city , or the very expensive taxi ride. My question is:

Is there any other public transportation from is airport to the Expo area?

Thanks to you all for your help!

Re: Char eroi (Ryanair) Airport to the City

by leics

You can find info about all public transport from the airport (not just the Ryanair bus) in English here:

http://www.charleroi-airport.com/en/passengers/acces-and-parking/by-rail-bus/index.html

I can't help with specific info on getting to the Expo area though, sorry....but I expect another Vt-er will be along to help soon.

Re: Char eroi (Ryanair) Airport to the City

by Paulinho551

From the Charleroi airport to downtown Brussels you can ride the SNCB train for 11.30 euros. You can reach the Expo area by metro ( Merode or Shuman stations).

Re: Char eroi (Ryanair) Airport to the City

by K_V_B

Which "expo" area are you going too?

Travel Tips for Brussels

The symbol...

by AndyRG

Manneken Pis is a small statue of a peeing boy, it has been so famous through the years...
Presidents, kings, celebrities have given costumes to it, which can be seen in the "Musee Communal". St. Michel's church and Mont des Arts are also located there.

Free magazine

by OlafS

Zone 02 magazine is only available in Dutch and French editions (although I didn't see the latter anywhere), which is a bit of a shame as it's really a very nice magazine that could be useful for tourists who spend a little more than just a day in the city. If you can read it you may like it. I did. It's full of tips about the city; where to go, what to do, what movie to see at what time and what place, where to shop, where to eat etc.. Some good reading too. You can pick up a free copy at many places in the city. I took mine at a Quick fastfood restaurant.

Le Cercle des Voyageurs, a travellers'circle

by Norali

Strange but I could put this tip in Restaurant, as well as in Nightlife or Must see activity.

I discovered this spot while searching for an original place to spend the evening with a friend. Looking at the menu card, I was seduced by the variety of teas. But most interesting feature is that it is dedicated to ... guess what... Travelling. Its name is Travellers' Circle. Nice place to sip beer or wine and to warm up in hard winters with chocolate, tea. But above all, events, round-tables, exhibitions on travelling, several destinations are organized as well as Dancing lessons (salsa, oriental).
It also comprehends Library with books on journeys and travel guides.

Main focus on Brussels, and, at a lesser extent, Belgium. So it is a good place for foreigners to go, to hear gossips in town and from elsewhere!

Food is correct and varied as well as beverages, including Belgian beers and wines, waters, teas from all continents.

Rue Des Grands Carmes, 18
B-1000 Bruxelles
Tél : 02/514.39.49
Near Grand-Place. Metro M station: Gare centrale & Debrouckère (if you don't mind walking a little bit) Cosmopolitan feature is something I miss when away from Brussels. And even, in Brussels, I appreciate those areas where you could meet people from all corners of the globe. People from Brussels learn from those who return from travel or those who come to visit Brussels.. and in return, we learn from them...

WALKING THROUGH THE STREETS OF BRUSSELS....

by eden_teuling

OF COURSE THERE ARE SPECIAL SHOPPING AREAS but walking through the smaller streets the chance to see this wondrous things and many others....is far greater and I for one love seeing such surprises!

The bike in the photo is completely made of ROTAN, even the saddle and the handle bars, everything except the wheels.....

It was perfectly done, using thick and thing, light and darks pieces of bamboo!

I had to take this photograph.

BTW the bike was in front of a shop selling ROTAN/BAMBOO furniture which I love very much.

Just walking there, keeping my eyes wide open and my mind alert.....

Having an ice cream in the summer on a terrace and a hot chocolate in winter in a snug and cosy place.....

Talk with the friendly people, lots of them here speaking my language, my Dutch, although Brussels is a FRENCH enclave on Flemish ground......

see the Bourse (Brussels Stock...

by Ronald_T

see the Bourse (Brussels Stock Exchange). This is the meeting place for the Belgium financial world, and found its way by a decision of July, 8th 1801. The government provided the “haute finance” with a site on its own. In 1860 the thought arose to make a public building that would emphasize the capital’s rights. The foundation stone had been laid down in 1871, and built in a neo-classic style by the plans of the architect “Suys”. The inauguration took place on September the 27th, 1873.

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Address: 176 Avenue Albert, Brussels, 1190, Belgium