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Brussels Airport to Lille, by train

by stylechaser

Hi, We are flying to Brussels Airport (BRU) in 2 weeks. We want to take the train to Lille. I've been looking online for information, but there seems to be a lot of different options.
We can take the train from the airport to the city centre - but to which station?
Midi? Centrale? Which station is the best one to catch the train to Lille?
And which station in Lille do we go to? Lille Flandres? Or Lille Europe?
Also, we are travelling on a Saturday, our flight lands at 09.30am
Thanks for taking the time to read this!

Re: Brussels Airport to Lille, by train

by qaminari

Firstly you have to get from the airport into Brussels itself, secondly you have to choose whether you want the fast train (Eurostar - EST in timetable - or TGV to Lille-Europe, which means starting from Bruxelles-Midi) or go the slow way (IR, IC) via Ghent to Lille-Flandres, when you can start from any of Brussels' 3 main stations, Nord, Central or Midi. Just put a convenient time and date (or any Saturday) into using BRU (or Bruxelles-Nat.-Aéroport) as departure station and LILLE for arrival, which will cover both stations, and select whichever connection looks most convenient.
The problem is that if you want the non-high-speed option, which you can purchase on the spot, you would have to wait until 13:31 from BRU or more likely, go into the city and then catch the 13:56 from Bxl-Nord = 14:00 from Central = 14:05 from Midi). If you want to go by TGV or Eurostar you will have to buy tickets in advance because these are reservation only (and in the case of Eurostar, check in at Midi minimum 30 minutes before departure).
You may be able to buy from but it can be difficult with foreign credit cards.
Lille-Europe and Lille-Flandres are only a short walk away from each other, which you choose to arrive it is purely a matter of which type of train you catch.

Re: Brussels Airport to Lille, by train

by kanopemainer

Use the following site:

Enter 'Brussels Airport' and 'Lille Europa'
On calendar enter date, note: transfer date by clicking below
enter time of departure, space air arrival prudently.
Easiest site for trains in all europe

Travel Tips for Brussels

Atomium je prvou zastavkou na...

by renuschka

Atomium je prvou zastavkou na objavitelskej ceste hlavneho mesta Belgicka a hned v jeho blizkosti sa nachadza Minieuropa s miniaturnymi stavbami statov EU.Okrem Eiffelky tam najdete napriklad Sacre Coeur, Big Ben, ...

the Palace of the Regional...

by Ronald_T

the Palace of the Regional States Conference.
The 'palace of the regional states conference' was built in 1779 by design of
The front was sculptured in 1871 by Godecharle.
Since 1830 the building is used as Palace of Nations where the House of Representatives
and the Senate are established.
The meeting-room is decorated with paintings of Gallait and Lalaing.

Sablon church

by matcrazy1

I visited the Sablon church (Englise Notre Dame du Sablon) located on Sablon Square in a center/downtown of Brussels.
It's said that it's one of the most beautiful gothic churches in Brussels. The church was built in 15th and 16th century and was a beautiful example of brabantine gothic style. It looked very nice in my opinion, especially its colorful stained-glass windows.

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Place des Martyrs

by Klod5

Cette stèle, dédié au comte Frédéric de Mérode (héros de la Révolution de 1830), est une oeuvre de Henry van de Velde. La statue que vous pouvez voir à droite ne représente pas le comte mais un volontaire de 1830. Au sommet du monument se trouve un médaillon représentant le profil du comte de Mérode (non visible sur cette photo).

Le sculpteur Paul Du Bois (Dubois) - beau-frère de van de Velde - a réalisé le médaillon et la statue. Cette dernière est placée de façon légèrement asymétrique par rapport à la stèle.

Pour la petite histoire, la stèle a été légèrement déplacée en 1980 lors du réaménagement de la place.

This stele, dedicated to count Frederic de Merode (hero of the Revolution of 1830), is a work of Henry van de Velde. The statue that you can see on the right doesn't represent the count but a volunteer of 1830. To the summit of the monument a medallion is representing the profile of the count of Merode.

Sculptor Paul Du Bois (Dubois) - brother-in-law of Henry van de Velde - achieved the medallion and the statue. This last is placed in a slightly asymmetric way in relation to the stele.

For the small history, the stele has been displaced slightly in 1980 at the time of the re-planning of the place.

The Legends About MANNEKEN PIS...

by LysDor

...and Did You Know About JEANNEKEN PIS?

Manneken Pis Legends:
1. A rich bourgeois lost his only son in the crowd during the raucous public festivals in Brussels. After looking for five days, he found the little guy on the corner of Rue de l'Etuve. So happy was he to be reunited with his progeny that he commissioned a statue of the lad exactly as he had found him.
2. He saved Brussels from her enemies by using his puerile fire-hose to extinguish the fuze that would have led to the burning-down of the entire city.
3. A little boy had watered against the door of a witch who lived where the fountain now stands. The witch was so angry that she turned the little boy into a statue.

Location:Manneken-Pis can be found on the corner of Stoofstraat/Rue de L'Etuve and the Eikstraat/Rue du Chêne.

Jeanneken Pis:
In order to maintain the equality between men and women, a restaurant chef had the idea in 1978 to order this statue of a little girl which is found in the *ilôt Sacré*!
Location: Along Rue des Bouchers at the far end of a side street (remember: head up and watch out for the sign!)


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