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Your friend probably simply meant another product, the “rail pass”: Travel alone or with others for the low price of only € 7.60 per trip. The Rail Pass takes you where and when you want to go. Discount pass: 10 journeys for € 76 in 2nd class To any destination in Belgium 1 or more passengers on one Rail Pass No restrictions for a year ...


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May be you will be interested in this data. It's old by still shows dynamic how easy is getting visa C in the Schengen countries. Portugal and Netherlands looks like the best choises. Data from here: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/borders-and-visas/visa-policy/docs/overview_of_schengen_visa_statistics_en.pdf Here is also file ...


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As far as I could see, last year, when I was waiting for a TGV at Lille Europe station, an Eurostar train for Brussels called on the same platform I would board my train later. Doors opened, passengers got off then the train departed. In this part of the station like any other in France, the access is open; the usual Eurostar security checks are only for ...


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For Flanders you can more or less compare it the Netherlands. There are some small differences though. Bakeries. Where in the Netherlands you will not be able to find a bakery on a Sunday, in Belgium they are all open on Sunday. some DIY shops are usually also open on Sunday in Flanders. The Netherlands has more so-called buying sundays ("koop-zondag", ...


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A stated by ColeS you can take the train. It's convenient and confortable. You will have to take the bus from the airport to the train station. You can even travel cheaper though. The Charleroi has a special ticket that combines train and bus. It's fixed price for any place in Belgium and costs 19,10Euro. Check the train company website for more ...


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Rome2Rio.com is great for searching for this sort of thing. The train station in Charleroi is a little south of the airport, so you'll probably have to take a bus or taxi to the train, but there's a good rail connection between the two cities. According to Rome2Rio, the bus and train will cost you under $50 USD (you can change currencies on the website ...



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