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Belgium to London train

Train System / June 26, 2019

Most people traveling to London will leave from Brussels-Midi, a large station that is located southwest of the town center. It is well connected to the surrounding area and regions by bus, taxi, tram and metro train. By train, it takes 5 minutes to reach the station from Brussels' city center and driving takes 15 minutes. There are 11 Brussels night bus routes, known as Noctis, they run every half an hour on Friday and Saturday between 12:00 a.m and 3:00 a.m.

Getting into London by Train

London is a cosmopolitan capital with a wealth of spectacular sights, galleries, and museums. Visitors can sample a world-class show on Shaftsbury Avenue, or seek out designer goods along Bond Street. Travelers from Brussels arrive in at St Pancras International, a train station located to the north of the city with great public transport links. It takes 15 minutes on a tube to the heart of London, or 20 minutes by bus or taxi, depending on traffic. London has an extensive night bus service which operates from 11:00 p.m until 6:00 a.m. A number of routes pass St Pancras, including the N63, N73, and the N91.