Brussels International Airport
Brussels International Airport is located in Zaventem 12 km from Brussels. It is the largest airport in Belgium. There are two terminals: Pier A and Pier B Flights to the ‘Schengen countries’, and Africa depart from Pier A. The other international flights depart from Pier B. Ryanair does not depart from Brussels Airport but is flying from Brussels South Charleroi Airport (46km from Brussels).
Brussels International Airport has a railway station in the basement of the terminal (-1). During rush hour up to 6 trains an hour drive to Brussels. The bus station is located on level 0.
Train to Amsterdam
There are 2 trains from Brussels to Amsterdam: the Intercity train (IC) and the high-speed train Thalys. Cheapest tickets are €29 (limited periods, pre-booked). A regular one-way ticket 2nd class Brussels to Amsterdam with the IC train is €36. The same ticket with the high-speed train Thalys is €79. Passengers have to change trains in Antwerp, Brussels or Rotterdam. Travel time with the Thalys is 2 hours 32 minutes and with the IC 2h.41 minutes. The Thalys passes Amsterdam Airport, one of the main airports in Europe.
Tain to Paris
The highspeed train Thalys takes passengers in 1 hour and 22 minutes from station Brussels Midi to the station Gare du Nord in Paris. Cheapest tickets are from €22. A regular one-way ticket 2nd class cost €69-99; a regular 1st class ticket is between €75-141.
Train to London
The Eurostar is a high-speed train operating between Brussels Midi station and St. Pancras Station in London centre.
The offical taxi rank is in front of the arrivals hall. A taxi to the city centre of Brussels is around €45.