Eurostar to Brussels
Great value deals for the Eurostar to Brussels from London make it easy to explore one of the most beautiful spots in Europe. Book city breaks with the Eurostar Brussels online – super-fast and convenient
Change in Brussels
All travellers with Eurostar to Brussels are entitled to free onward travel on local services to any station in Belgium (within 24 hours of the scheduled arrival time of their Eurostar train), plus one free journey back to Brussels-Midi/Zuid from any station in Belgium. Many visitors like to take advantage of this with a visit to Bruges. Looking further afield, Brussels also offers connections to Amsterdam and all other Dutch stations, as well as high-speed connections to German destinations such as Cologne, Aachen and Frankfurt. Eurostar London also offers direct routes to Paris and Lille.
Midi/Zuid Train Station
The Eurostar Brussels station is centrally located and ideally situated for exploring the city. Take the metro into the city centre, which is only 5 minutes away. The station also provides a departure lounge for all travellers, and a dedicated departure lounge for any Standard Premier travellers on Eurostar to London.
For a summer break take the Eurostar to Belgium's capital, Brussels. Filled with an astonishing number and variety of green parks and forests, spend the day at Bois de la Cambre, the city's biggest and most popular park, ideal for sunbathing, playing on the grass, or taking a brisk walk. In winter, the city is equally appealling as it transforms into a magical winter wonderland where visitors can enjoy the beauty of the city, explore the Christmas Markets and stock up on those delicious Belgian chocolates!
With a journey time of less that 2 hours, the Eurostar to Brussels is ideal for a special weekend away. Be prepared to wine and dine in Brussels; start with cocktails and then head to Avenue Louise where discreet high quality restaurants serve delicious classic French cuisine with extensive wine lists in a relaxed ambience.
From any trip with Eurostar to Belgium the must-have souvenirs are chocolate, lace and tapestries. There are also weekly antique and flea markets to explore. Opened in 1847, the Galeries Royales St Hubert, house elegant specialist shops beneath ornate glazed roofs. Find out more about Brussels