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Bus Brussels: Cheap coach tickets

All bus routes Bus from Brussels with Flixbus, Megabus, Ouibus
Interesting bus routes: price & duration
Bus CologneBrussels
from 12.00 €
from 01h 40min
with Thalys, BlaBlaCar, Distribusion, Deutsche Bahn
Bus ParisBrussels
from 9.99 €
from 01h 22min
with ALSA, Thalys, FlixBus, izy.com, Oui.SNCF, BlaBlaBus, BlaBlaCar, eurolines.ch, Distribusion, IberoCoach International
Bus Luxembourg (city)Brussels
from 11.00 €
from 02h 30min
with FlixBus, RegioJet, BlaBlaCar, SNCB Europe, eurolines.ch, Distribusion, Deutsche Bahn, Eurolines Germany
Bus AmsterdamBrussels
from 9.99 €
from 01h 51min
with FlixBus, Eurostar, BlaBlaBus, Distribusion, CroatiaBus/Globtour
Bus LondonBrussels
from 24.99 €
from 01h 52min
with FlixBus, RegioJet, Eurostar, BlaBlaCar, eurolines.ch, Eurolines Germany
*Prices include tax, may change at any time

Coach and Bus to Brussels

Brussels is the current capital of Belgium. With the presence of different international institutions and strategic geographical location, some people also considered it as the capital of Europe. With its extremely profound heritage, this city will definitely amaze you on its various activities that you can access if you choose to travel by bus to Brussels. During daytime, you may visit different landmarks and museums such as Manneken Pis, Atomium, Grand Place, Bozar, Botany, and Autoworld. From Brussels, there is many locations in Europe you can visit : for a douzen of euros, you can take a trip by bus to Amsterdam that is a few hours away or a journey by coach to Bruges, another very pretty Belgian city.

Generally, the bus in Brussels will typically depart from a specific stop such as Rue du Progres except for the Ouibus that will depart from the Rue de France. Bruxellois can easily access this location if they take MIVB/STIB transportation of the city. You can also choose to take the underground tram via lines 3 or 4.

Bus Trips and Coach Travels to Brussels

One of the best destinations that you can visit by taking the coach to Brussels would be Bruges. This has been declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site. You will have the opportunity to see the medieval historic structures that have been preserved beautifully. Stroll along the busy parks and squares and admire the cobbled streets and the refreshing parks. Be sure that you will visit the Patrician’s home and the Almshouses.

You can also visit Antwerp that features a quaint medieval town that is packed with narrow streets and stunning building. Some people also choose to take the coach to Brussels and visit Ghent where you will view the modern life of the city which is a huge deviation from the historic side of the city. The modern structures have complimented the historic backdrop of the city. You should also not forget Liege that attracts thousands of visitors yearly.


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