Kombo is a train ticket booking site, bus and carpooling. We offer more than 100 tickets to go to Brussels from 166 cities.
To get to Brussels, do you have to take the train, bus or carpool? The train is often the most comfortable means of transport. The bus has the advantage of being cheaper, like Blablacar. Carpooling is nice if you want to talk but if you want to rest, you will be more relaxed by bus or train! Kombo allows you to compare ticket prices for Brussels. Yes, but above all you can book your tickets directly on our website, whether by train or bus.
You can take the train to Brussels but also the bus. Indeed, there are 1 trains and 1 coaches arriving at Brussels every day. So you have a choice.
On Kombo, you will find direct train tickets from 15 different cities to Brussels. Just over 15 cities have direct trains for Brussels, including Lille, Charles de Gaulle Airport CDG, Strasbourg, Lyon, Marseille.
Here are the tips for finding the best train for Brussels.
There are direct bus tickets from 151 different cities to Brussels. Kombo has developed a technology that combines all means of transport. Thus, Brussels is accessible from 3 departure cities.
The prices of trains, or buses for Brussels, vary over time: Indeed, the more people there are, the higher the prices of tickets for Brussels. So the earlier you buy your tickets, the cheaper you will pay. However, buses and carpooling often offer cheaper prices than trains. And we think of the environment: the train is still the least polluting way to get around! Buses and carpooling are also more environmentally friendly than cars. Find all our advice to buy cheap train tickets and cheap bus tickets.
Brussels is served by the following railways:
No less than 5 bus companies can take you to Brussels:
After finding a cheap ticket on Kombo, we recommend you to book it directly on our website. As Kombo compares the prices of all buses and trains, you will have the best choice and the best price on your ticket for Brussels. Please note that trains and buses can quickly become full during weekends and holidays.
Trains arriving at Brussels stop at a single bus station :
As for buses, they can stop in 2 bus stations. At Brussels, the busiest bus stations frequented by coaches are Gare Bruxelles Nord, Gare Bruxelles-Midi.