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How to Reach Belgium.

Travel Options

By Air

Belgium flights from any of the major Indian city are the best option for Indian tourists looking to spending their holidays in Belgium. Cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Cochin and more offer seamless connectivity to Belgium. Brussels, the capital of Belgium acts as the gateway for tourism in Belgium with its international airport. There are several flights from India to Brussels on a daily basis with options from non-stop to stopover flights as well. The price and the approximate flight durations depend on the place and time of your booking and can significantly shoot up during the peak seasons. Apart from Brussels, there are airports in other Belgian cities like Antwerp, Flanders, Liege and more but are mostly open to internal and not international connectivity. For your understanding, here is a compilation of the approximate flight durations and prices from major Indian cities. Frequent Flight Names Emirates, Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, Aeroflot, Air India, Air France, Lufthansa, Gulf Air, KLM Royal Dutch Biggest Airport Brussels International Airport

Transportation in belgium

By Road and Sea

You cannot reach Belgium by both road and sea.

Commuting within Belgium

Being a European country, commutation in Belgium is swift and very well organized. There are different modes of transports for tourists’ right from the moment they step out of one of the busiest airports in Europe – Brussels. There are taxis and shuttle services from the airport that frequently ply to the city and back. If you are looking for private taxis, it can become more expensive when compared to the public transportation. Though taxis run by meter charges, it might get pricier in times during traffic and a longer commute. If budget is not a constraint, you can seamlessly move around Belgium in taxis available 24 hours a day. One of the best ways to get around Belgium, however, is by trains. The national rail network is clockwork and managed for efficiency. It is also one of the cheapest modes of transportation, where a journey in one of the country’s longest routes – Arlon to Bruges – can Approximate Cost you approximately 1500 INR per person per ride. The price is however for a second-class ride. You can also opt for first-class tickets at a price approximately 50% more than the regular fares. There are timetables available in all railway stations you can pick up for references. With a ticket, you can hop off anywhere and continue your journey to any other destination but what you are not supposed to do is travel backward without a valid ticket. The Belgian bus service is more like a complement to the country’s rail network and helps people reach shorter distances swiftly. The prices are low and the connectivity to major portions of the country is seamless. Buses can take you to places there are no railway networks and are best to use in the hilly regions of the Ardennes. Apart from these, you can also roam in Belgium on your own rented car, where you can get small cars at prices approximately starting from 23,000 INR per week. You can also rent bicycles and explore the remote areas of Belgium or simply hire a taxi for convenience. Now that the transportation options are sorted, we will help you with your BelgiumVisa Application as well.

By Rail

There is no rail connectivity from India to Belgium.

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