How to get here?
Belgium has two important airports: Brussels Airport, which is the largest and Brussels South - Charleroi Airport, which is a smaller, low-cost airport situated in the French speaking part of Belgium
Most airlines will land at this Brussels airport. There are 2 hourly trains that you can take towards Antwerp (Central Station):
(1) Without transfer, approximately 45 min, Saturday and Sunday every hour: 6:36, 7:36, 8:36, ..., 22:36 and (2) With transfer in "Mechelen", approximately 35 min, Saturday and Sunday every hour: 6:04, 7:04, ..., 23:04.
Brussels South - Charleroi Airport is typically served by airlines like Ryanair, Wizz Air or Jetairfly. You will first need to take bus "A " to the railway station of Charleroi. This is a special bus that connects the airport with the railway station. It takes about 10 minutes to get there and costs €5.00.
Once you've arrived at the Charleroi-South railway station you can take a direct train to Antwerp (Central Station) every hour: 5:40, 6:40 ... 22:40. This trip will take about 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Train information can be found on http://www.belgianrail.be/en
If you are younger than 26, we advise you to buy your train ticket online and choose for a "Go Pass 1" ticket, which only costs €6 and is valid for one train ride. This is a youth reduction ticket.
Good To Know
The Dutch name for "Antwerp" is "Antwerpen" and the French name is "Anvers".
If you read either one of them, they refer to the same city
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