Best Western City Centre

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

9 Square Victoria Regina, Brussels, B-1210, Belgium
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Transportation in Brussels

by Deedee99

Hello there,

in July I am traveling to Lille, France and I have a flight to Brussels, then a train to Lille. Arriving in Brussels at 9 a.m. Leaving from Brussels at 16 p.m. from Brussels Midi. My question is;

how to get from airport to Brussels center (Grand place) ? Cheapest way?

how to get to B. Midi from Grand place? Cheapest way?

I have to say I've been in Brussels before but would like to have your advice.


I thank you in advance.

Sabina

Re: Transportation in Brussels

by Mikebb

Hi We had 5 days in Brussels in 2008, arrived with Eurostar and changed train to go several stations(2 I think)to Central station, the walk to Grand Place is less than 5 minutes from this station.

We took a flight from Brussels airport to Lisbon, just walked back to Central station and the ticket office sold us metro ticket to airport, less than 20 minutes on train, from memory may be 5 stops. Most likely have a Transport Tip on my Brussels page.
Good Luck,
Mike

Re: Transportation in Brussels

by K_V_B

There is a train from the airport to the city centre. Get of at Centraal for the Grote Markt. To go to Brussel Zuid/Midi just go back to Centraal, where there is a train to Zuid every few minutes. How are you travelling to Lille? Are you taking the Eurostar? Eurostar tickets are valid from any station in Belgium on your day of travel, so you would not have to buy any aditional tickets. If you're taking a TGV or a conventional train than you will only need to have a ticket "airport - Brussel" and a ticket "Brussel - Lille". All tickets to/from Brussel are valid from any of the main stations, so you would not need to buy an adittional ticket for the trip from Centraal to Zuid.

Re: Transportation in Brussels

by floche2001

Hi !
For sur the cheapest way from Brussels airport to downtown in to take the train. it's called the Brussels Airport Express. You'll reach Brussels Central Station within 20 minutes.
If you want detailed timetable go to the Belgian Railway website at www.b-rail.be/nat/E/
The central station is only few hundred meters from the Grand Place.
From Brussels Midi to Brussels central just take the train, it's only a few minutes. Many junctions each hour. Have fun visiting our little country !

Re: Transportation in Brussels

by Deedee99

Thank you for all the information,

greetings from Ljubljana, Sabina

Travel Tips for Brussels

Don Quichote & Pancho

by Luchonda

Brussels- Spanjeplein - very close to the Central railway station. A square up on your way to the "Great Market" place.Three remarkable vieuws - the impressing statue of Don and Pancha - an other statue of Bela Bartok and at last the beautiful restored facades of many Hotels - this all on a carless square ! "Boterhammen in de Stad "- already the 14th edition of a free music festival in the heart of Brussels, conducted by Don Quichote and Pancha himself ??!!

Relive History

by adite

Taking a bus ride to Waterloo was one of the highlights of my Brussels visit. Passing through the busy shopping districts and going into the countryside, passing by pretty little villages, bars and cafes made the ride enjoyable. And the fields near the Waterloo monument are unbelievable. It's so difficult to believe that a bloody battle was ever fought in this serene and peaceful place! However the monument itself is a little disappointing...you kind of expect something more...perhaps, larger than life?

Grote Markt. Guild Houses

by bugulma

There is wonderful complex of the guild houses that surrounded the square. It is very impressive ensembl including 2 dozen of the houses at least. Ensembl grew year by year since XV century. Like all other building the guild houses were destroyed in 1695 and then restored in XVIII-XIX centuries.

good bye brussels

by bakpakchik

In any case, the irish blokes in Brussels were pretty okay. They were a group of eight traveling together, and a very highly entertaining eight at that. One of them just had to give high fives every two minutes. My
hand was pretty sore the next morning. Hehehe. At some point during the night - 3 am I think - the Canadian girls and I decided that it was time to hit the sack.

Also, the Canadian girls were going to catch a train to brugges the next day. I followed them to the train station, kissed the Canadian girls goodbye and left fate to decide the course of my trip. I turned around and bumped into the three English girls form my room at the Centre Vincent Van Gogh. They were going to Amsterdam.

And that’s how I ended up going to Amsterdam with Kathy, Karen and Anna. Three English girls if there were ever any.

Notre Dame de la Chapelle

by irisbe

At the end of the Keizerlaan/Bouvelvard de l'empereur, you will find a little church at your left hand side.
It is the Notre Dame de la Chapelle.
When I visited I only had 5 minutes time because they were closing the church for the day.
I am told that this church is very much frequented by the Polish community in Brussels.

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Address: 9 Square Victoria Regina, Brussels, B-1210, Belgium