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Help with transport

by gal_flower Online Now Oct 23, 2006 at 6:15 AM

Dear all,

if I have to organize a trip for myself Gent->Paris->Brussels airport
what kind of transportation you can advice me to use and do you have
any idea what could be the cheapest solution ?

btw : I found eurolines has a promo fare brussels-paris-brussels for 22EUR,
but I have to start at brussels nord bus station, any idea how to get there from gent and then when I'm back to the airport ?

any help will be greatly appreciated

Marin

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  • Re: Help with transport

    by francis9000 Online Now Apr 8, 2007 at 2:12 AM

    Actually you don't have to go first to Brussels to travel to Paris. Eurolines has a departure point to Paris also from Gent.
    But anyway the cheapest way to travel from Gent to Brussels is by train. There is a train every 30 minutes and it takes between 35 minutes and 40 minutes to arrive in Brussels.
    If you don't have a special discount, for a regular ticket you'll pay 7.50 EUR.

    Good to notice, in Belgium ALL trains going to Brussels stop ALWAYS at three Brussels stations: North, Central and South. As we are a three-languages country, depending in what part of the country you are, the destination will be announced as Brussel, Bruxelles or BrĂ¼ssel.
    Brussels being our bilingual capital, you will see out of the window of your train the station signs showing:
    Brussel Zuid/Bruselles Midi = Brussels South
    Brussel Centraal/Bruxelles Central = Brussels Central
    Brussel Noord/Bruxelles Nord = Brussels North

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