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Bus 12 does not go to the city center but to the European Quarter. If you come from the city center you can take the metro lines 1 or 5 to Schuman (<10 minutes) and change there for bus 12. The bus stop is in the Rue Archimède - Archimedesstraat. A ticket to the Airport costs €4 and is also valid for the metro. This bus doesn't ride during the weekend. ...


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Depending on your plans in Brussels, Villo might be suitable for you as well. It is a public bicycle system, similar to Velib in Paris, where all over Brussels bicycles are available for you to use. The idea is simple once subscribed you can take bicycle in one of the racks and cycle around for free initially. After 30 minutes of cycling, you'll need to pay ...


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STIB/MIVB, the Brussels public transportation company only operates in and very close to Brussels. The best thing to do Transportation from Charleroi Airport to Brussels: Brussels City Shuttle. Book it now. Price for one way is 5 euro (when bought very early), 10 euro (when not bought very early), 14 euro (when bought only a few days beforehand) or 17 euro ...


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No, the rules are not different. Currently the rules for liquids are exactly the same in US and EU. The rules are: Containers up to 100mL (3.4oz) In clear bag up to 1L (1 quart) One bag per passenger Also in both in US and EU exceptions apply, but they are especially the same: US – „Medically required liquids, such as medications, creams and breast ...


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Just so we are clear. Security at airport(s) in Brussels is not the responsibility of the US TSA even if flight is coming from or going to the US. If you're interested you can go to the Brussels Airport Site on Bags & Security for more details on what is and is not allowed on board which among other restrictions states: Medicines and dietary ...


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No, lines 12 and 21 do not go to Brussels-South, as you can see on the network map. This sketch lists all the stops and explains the relationship between line 12 and line 21. Other ways to reach the airport are detailed on the airport's website. From Brussels-South, you could try to catch a train or find some other way to reach the European quarter and take ...


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Not the best way but if you want to save a couple of euros, you can. From Gare de Midi you can catch bus 27 to Parc Leopold, where you can change to bus line 21. You're supposed to get a ticket of 4 euro for this ride because of the airport bus. Even cheaper is using normal public transport all the way. Lines 359 or 659 are a possibility. Google Maps shows ...


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IDbus, Sofia Bus and Megabus all have a bus line between Amsterdam and Brussels. If you want to find the schedule with the cheapest price, check out Busbud Amsterdam Brussels route. Best deals start at 15€ from what I read.


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I can't recommend the buses to anyone. They often get stuck in traffic, making it a tedious journey. I personally find hitchhiking more pleasant. But, if you make this journey regularly there are two good ways to spend much less on the train: use the Belgian Rail Pass. This gives you 10 rides in Belgium for one year. You can use one Pass with several ...



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