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London to Bruges Trains

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Trains from London to Bruges

Take the train to Bruges

Hop on a tube to St Pancras International where trains to Bruges leave from, allowing 30 minutes for passport and luggage checks before boarding. You'll travel to Brussels with Eurostar and change to a local train to reach Bruges in just 3hrs and 25mins. 

If you’re heading away on a romantic break, why not treat yourself to an upgrade to Standard Premier to enjoy the quintessential Eurostar experience, because your holiday starts as soon as you step on board.

What’s on board?

Once on board just sit back and relax in our spacious seats. When you’re hungry, head to Café Metropole our onboard bar buffet, where you’ll find a wide range of snacks, meals and drinks.

If you’re travelling in Standard Premier, you’ll have a complimentary meal and drinks served at your seat, so all you need to do is let us look after you.

Connecting at Brussels-Midi/Zuid

Your Any Belgian Station ticket covers your Eurostar journey to Brussels, plus the local train to Bruges.

At Brussels-Midi/Zuid, head down to the main station and check the departure boards for the next train to Bruges.

Standard Premier ticket-holders will be in First class on the connecting train and you won’t need a booking – just hop on a train and find a seat.

Time travelling in Bruges

Whether you’re a chocaholic, a beer-lover or just an old-fashioned romantic, step back in time and lose yourself in the warren of medieval streets and hidden courtyards of Bruges.

What’s on in Bruges?

July-Aug: Moods! music festival

September:  Kookeet food festival

Nov-Jan: Christmas markets

December: Dance festival

Bruges on a budget

  • Take a stroll around Minnewater or the nearby Begijnhof.
  • Go for combination tickets if you’re visiting a few museums.
  • Catch a free carillon concert in the belfry courtyard.

Cheesy does it

Try Kroketten, moreish Flemish shrimp or cheese croquettes – crisp on the outside, gooey on the inside.

Speaking of cheese, take home a wedge of the local favourite, Oud Brugge.

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