Travelling in Belgium

A new country and a new culture: once you've settled into your new home, you’ll probably want to see more of Belgium than just the city you work in. Below is an overview of the different transport options.

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Transport options

If you don't have your own car, Belgium has plenty of other ways to get around and see the country. Belgium has an extensive and well-organised public transport system

By bus

See the country by bus with De Lijn in Flanders, MIVB in Brussels and TEC in Wallonia.

By train

NMBS is the national railway company that arranges all rail transport throughout Belgium.

By bicycle

Belgium is a passionate cycling country with an extensive network of bicycle paths.

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Travelling between Belgium and your home country

You now know more about the transport options in Belgium. But what if you want to return to your home country for a few weeks? What are the options, which documents do you need, and what practical issues should you keep in mind? Your personal coach can answer all your questions about travelling back to your home country.

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