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Ouibus, Flixbus, Isilines or another bus?
This is the great question to ask before taking a bus ticket for Brussels. With the Kombo, you can compare ticket prices but mostly you can book directly online.
How go to Brussels by bus
Bus, train or carpooling ?
To go to Brussels, each transport has its advantages. The advantage of the bus, is that it's not expensive at all ... Sometimes a little faster, carpooling is nice if you want to talk, but if you would rather rest, you will be more quiet in the bus! Finally, trains can go even faster but they're generally more expensive. At Kombo, we like buses ... But it's your choice, so compare to make your choice !
These buses have direct links to Brussels number from 115 cities. But through correspondences, not less than 216 possible bus tickets to get to Brussels. With a guarantee: allow you to find the cheapest bus.
How to buy your bus ticket for Brussels? After finding a cheap ticket, we recommend you book it on Kombo. It's simple, quick, and you can save money by buying the ticket earlier, thereofre ensuring you place because buses get easily full. And as Kombo compares prices for all buses, like Isilines, Flixbus or Ouibus, you will have the best selection and the best prices. In some operations, coupons or discounts allow you to make really cheap deals.
On your arrival in the city of Brussels, the bus stops in 16 bus stations:
Brussels is a city to fall in love quickly, and for many reasons. Its singular aesthetic, first of all, can not qu'émerveiller: Eastern Washington is, in itself, a journey of the most impressive architectural styles as each other, from the Romanesque to Gothic, Baroque in Art Nouveau in the largest natural, reserving many surprises, turning a dead end. Because of the constitutional monarchy that structures policy, a large part of the heritage consists of royal buildings, like the eponymous palace, the legendary Greenhouses of Laeken, without forgetting the Cinquantenaire Park, home to the Royal Museums of Art and 'History. You'll understand the Capital Comics -for it is remplie- is structured essential places. Impossible not to mention the Grand Place and its grandiose buildings, or the famous Manneken Pis, which is a few hundred meters. At nightfall, Brussels opens its arms to the night owls; its countless bars sometimes stay open until dawn and offer an unprecedented journey around the local beers; it's the perfect time to discover the famous Geuze, nicknamed champagne Brussels. Access to the capital of Europe is obviously done by any conventional means of transport such as the train, carpool or bus. Midi and the North of the station there take delivery as well as outline the buses, just outside the city.