Train and Tram Stations in Flanders

Find out which train or tram station to depart from whether you're travelling to another European city or another destination within Flanders or Belgium...

Train Services

Most cities have a train station with regular services. The major Flemish hubs are Ghent and Antwerp and, to a lesser extent, Hasselt. Brussels is the major hub for national and international train connections. Trains are operated by NMBS/SNCB.

  • For a map of the Belgian railways network and stations: Click here


High-speed Eurostar trains depart from Brussels South terminal (Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel Zuid).

  • For more information on Eurostar including timetables and fares: Click here
  • For a map of the network of fast trains connecting Flanders, Belgium and neighbouring countries: Click here

Tram and Metro Services


The Kusttram is a tram line operating along the whole of the Belgian coast between De Panne, near the French border, to Knokke on the Dutch border. There are almost 70 stops making it easy and convenient for passengers to reach all of the Belgian seaside resorts, especially during the summer period.

  • For timetables for the Kusttram tram line: Click here

Antwerp Premetro

Antwerp has a tram system known as the Prémétro. It runs on underground lines in the city centre and over ground elsewhere. The tram network is run by De Lijn which operates transport services across Flanders.

Ghent Tram

De Lijn also runs the tram network in Ghent which has four lines. It offers a variety of ticket types to suit the needs of different travellers.