By train, bus, tram and metro
By train, it often takes less than an hour to travel between two major cities in Flanders. Find out more at Belgian Rail.
For more information about the public bus services, visit De Lijn.
When travelling through Brussels, you can rely on STIB-MIVB to take you around town by bus, tram and metro.
By (rental) car
Another way of travelling, to make the most of your time in Flanders, is by rental car. Take a look at some tips from the European Consumer Centre and search for the car of your choice.
Driving your own car through Flanders is also an option. In that case, don’t forget to check the latest information concerning Low Emission Zones (LEZ) in certain cities.
Low Emission Zones (LEZ)
If you only need to make a couple of journeys, a taxi might do the trick. You’ll find taxi stands at railway stations- and hotel entrances across the big cities. The taxi fare is always displayed on the meter, including the service charge. Minimum or initial fare in Brussels: € 2.40 (daytime); € 4.40 (evening). Average price per KM (0.62 miles) in Brussels: € 1.80 for journeys within the Brussels Capital Region; € 2.70 for a journey outside the region. Average taxi fare between Brussels Airport and Brussels city centre: € 45.00.