How much does the train cost from Paris to Brussels?

How much does the train cost from Paris to Brussels?

Paris to Brussels by train

Journey time From 1h 22m
Price From $30.42
Distance 164 miles (264 km)
Frequency 18 trains per day
First train 06:13

Is there a high speed train from Paris to Belgium?

There is no direct Eurostar train from Paris to Brussels. Amazing Thalys high-speed train will take you to mesmerizing Brussels instead. The train boasts an extensive train timetable, short travel time, and great onboard amenities, which will make your journey comfortable and worry-free.

Are trains running Paris to Brussels?

There are around 21 trains per day running from Paris to Brussels, the first train leaves Paris Gare de Nord station at 06:13 and the last train leaves at 20:55. All trains depart from Paris Gare de Nord station. All trains arrive into Brussels Midi station.

How much is train ticket from France to Belgium?

The quickest way to get from France to Belgium is to train which costs €75 – €170 and takes 2h 5m.

Does Eurostar go from Paris to Brussels?

Discover all of Eurostar’s destinations – with direct trains between London and Paris, Brussels, Lille, as well as our connecting destinations in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, with an easy change in either Paris, Lille or Brussels.

Where do high speed trains run in Europe?

List of High-Speed trains in Europe

  • Alfa Pendular. (Portugal)
  • Altaria. (Spain)
  • Alvia. (Spain)
  • AVE. (Spain)
  • Euromed. (Spain)
  • Eurostar. (The Netherlands – Belgium – France – Great Britain)
  • ICE. (Austria – Germany – France – Switzerland – Netherlands)
  • Le Frecce. (Italy)

Is Brussels cheaper than Paris?

Brussels is 7.9% cheaper than Paris.

Is Brussels worth going to?

Brussels is certainly worth visiting! This destination is perfect for a weekend away. There are also direct trains to Brussels from Paris. This is a good option because you are travelling from city centre to city centre.

Are Eurostar trains running normally?

We’re currently running a reduced timetable due to coronavirus travel restrictions and low passenger demand. As restrictions are lifted and passenger numbers improve, we’ll be running more trains.