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Regular tickets to Brussels bought in the Benelux (i.e. not the special Thalys, Eurostar, etc. international tickets) are typically marked as “Zone Bruxelles”. The English-language version only has a definition but the French-language website of the Belgian railways lists the following stations as part of the “Brussels zone”: Berchem-Ste-Agathe, ...
If you're eating out every meal, you'll spend a lot of money (and often overpaid your meal in the touristic places). It depends a lot of what you'll eat. If you'll go to standard restaurants, the average coast for a meal with drink and dessert is between 15 and 30 euros. But if you'll go a lot to the foreign restaurants (and there are a lot of them in ...
The International Youth Hostel Association provides accommodation with meals provided and /or a kitchen where you can prepare your own food. Also a great opportunity of getting to know other guests. Book as soon as possible. Bruges is picturesque but not exactly alive and popping.
If Amsterdam has any place to sleep for €30 per night, grab it as soon as you sure you will travel there at the time. Double that is more likely and that only on early booking. I have no experience with Airbnb for Amsterdam, for all places I have checked their offers they came close to hotel prices, not hostels anymore. Amsterdam is one expensive city, I ...
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