Europe by rail Thalys | Eurostar | TGV | ICE

International high-speed trains


  • High Speed to Paris, Amsterdam and Cologne
  • Wi-Fi on board
  • Bar-buffet
  • Comfort 1: free catering at your seat, newspapers
  • Summer: Thalys Sun to the South of France
  • Winter: Thalys Snow to the French Alps


  • Brussels-London in 2 hours
  • Up to 11 trains a day
  • Departure also from Lille
  • Check in up to 30 mins before departure
  • Arrival at London St Pancras International
  • Choose from 3 comfort classes


  • Daily from Brussels-Midi to 22 French destinations
  • Interior designed by Christian Lacroix
  • Bar carriage with drinks and snacks
  • Children compartment with nursery room
  • Cheap Prem's fares for quick bookers


  • Dozens of German cities at 300 km/h
  • Wi-Fi available on main routes
  • TV screens and individual audio sets
  • Bistro carriage.
  • Family compartment where children can play


  • To Luxembourg, eastern France and Switzerland
  • 2 direct trains a day from Brussels via Namur
  • Seat reservation recommended
  • 25% discount for holders of a Railplus card


  • Regular services to Lille, Luxembourg, Maastricht, Aachen and Roosendaal
  • Flexible: no seat reservation
  • Various discounts (Escapade, Trampoline Weekend etc...)
  • Various discounts (Weekend, Superdagretour, Youth etc...)

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* Unless expressly stated otherwise, all fares quoted are per person/per leg (VAT included) based on an online reservation for a 2nd class return from Brussels. Please note, terms and conditions apply. Tip: As the number of seats at the lowest fares on Thalys, Eurostar, TGV and ICE is limited, we recommend that you book your trip as early as possible. Most international trains allow reservations to be made from 3 months before the date of departure (from 4 months on Eurostar).

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