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This really isn't very complex. If only because, once in Charleroi, you could just follow the crowds. And, because of Google. Here is the information from Charleroi's airport website. If you want to do your trip by public transport, you have to get a public bus from the airport to Charleroi train station. You buy bus tickets from a vending machine on the ...


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Yes. The Brussels City Shuttle starts from €5 when booking early, but quickly rises to €14. This is probably what you found and why you ask for cheaper than €14. When the Brussels City Shuttle is at €14, a cheaper alternative is the Euro Coach Shuttle. They always ask €10, even when paying on the spot. The last buses leave at 21:45, 22:45 and 23:30. A ...


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According to this Sleeping in Airports article, the airport is open 24h, but you'll probably have to sleep on the floor: The airport is open 24 hours, but overnight campers will have to stay landside until security checkpoints open around 4:00AM. Seating is very limited and most have armrests, so bring along a blanket or sleep mat to rest a little easier ...


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From the Charleroi Airport website page for "Rail and Bus", you'll discover that there's a special shuttle bus between the airport. It's Bus A, and the price is included in the cost of the train ticket if you buy a ticket to/from the airport. It takes about 20 minutes from the airport to the station at Charleroi. There are special train tickets for travel ...


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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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The Brussels City Shuttle (operated by Flibco) will cost you 14EUR at most. Indeed you can also find cheaper fares starting from 5EUR by booking long in advance.


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