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Guesthouse | 38 Rue de la grande ile, Brussels, Belgium 1000

Facilities

  • No curfew
  • Internet / Wi-Fi

What's Included

  • Breakfast
  • Linen
  • Towel

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Brussels Airport (airport code: BRU) is conveniently located just to north of Brussels, with connections worldwide. The airport is easy to get to by (STIB Airport Line) or De Lijn) bus or by train (SNCB).

Brussels South Charleroi Airport (airport code: CRL), 50km south of Brussels, is served by several low-cost airlines. A shuttle bus runs between the airport and Brussels-Midi station. You can also take a local TEC bus between the airport and Charleroi-Sud station, where you can catch a train to Brussels.


The Belgian rail network serves the whole of Belgium, with connections to neighbouring countries. There are high-speed lines between London (Eurostar), Amsterdam, Cologne and Paris (Thalys) and Frankfurt (ICE, FR/NL).

De Lijn and TEC run services connecting Brussels with Flanders and Wallonia respectively. There are bus services to other European cities, too (including Eurolines and Ecolines). Once you get into Brussels you can get around on the STIB bus, tram and metro network.