Buses to Brussels: Overview
Brussels is the capital of Belgium; its bus station providers connections to other cities within the country such as Bruges, Liege, Antwerpen. From Brussels you can also go to Paris, Germany and the Netherlands by bus, as well as 11 other European countries. From the UK you have many options to travel by bus to Brussels.
Tips for booking cheap buses to Brussels
- How far in advance to book buses to Brussels? The varying bus companies on this route release their tickets at different intervals. A general rule of thumb is to book at least a few weeks before, although price fluctuations aren't so extreme with buses on this route as they are for trains and flights. Travel on a weekday to get the best prices.
- How much are tickets for buses to Brussels? Depending on when you book, you could get tickets for between £10 and £50 so keep checking for the best price.
Bus Station info and getting to the city centre
- What are the main bus stations in Brussels? International buses will generally arrive at Brussels-North station but there is also Brussels Gare du Midi and Brussels Airport.
- How to get from Brussels-North station to Brussels city centre? Brussels-North station is located just under 2 miles from the city centre, it takes about 13 minutes to drive there. Alternatively, if you need to go to central station, hop on the S1, S2, S3, S6, S8 or S10 from Bru.-Noord/Brux.-Nord in the direction of Gent-Sint-Pieters for just 3 stops to get you to Gare Centrale in the centre of Brussels.