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Trains to Belgium

City or station
City or station

Trains from London to Belgium

From ancient citadels and towering cathedrals to all-night parties, a thriving café culture and museums to die (or at least cross the Channel) for, Belgium defies definition at every turn. So where will your adventure take you?

With Eurostar tickets to Brussels to suit every budget, start your escape in London and arrive rested and raring to go, right in the heart of the action.

Fancy going further afield? With an Any Belgian Station ticket, it's easy to step back in time with a trip to medieval Bruges, go in search of glitz and glamour (or a ring) with a visit to Antwerp's diamantkwartier or take time out in Ghent to catch up on some culture.

Any Belgian Station tickets take you right through from London on one ticket. It's up to you where you go – just hop on a local train when you get to Brussels and go exploring.

With so much to do and more trains than ever, there's never been a better time to discover Belgium by rail. So sit back, relax and let us whisk you away…

Grand Place, Brussels
London to Brussels Trains

From comic books to Dutch masters, art nouveau style to ultra-modern, delicious chocolate truffles, hearty ales, Brussels is a city of curious contrasts.

London to Brussels trains
Bruges canals in summertime
London to Bruges Trains

Bruges is a bit like stepping back in time with its medieval streets, horse-drawn carriages and cobbled squares. Romantic and charming, perfect for a weekend break.

London to Bruges trains
A view of Brabo's Monument against the buildings of the centre of Antwerp.
London to Antwerp Trains

Antwerp is an eclectic mix of high fashion and old-world charm. It’s also a world centre for the diamond trade if you’re ring shopping, or just feeling flush.

London to Antwerp trains
Weekends in Ghent
London to Ghent Trains

Once one of Europe’s leading cities, Ghent still has much of its ancient charm, with narrow cobbled streets, quirky shops, friendly cafés and a packed event calendar.

London to Ghent trains