Trains from Bruges to London are a scenic way to travel from the beautiful medieval town in Belgium to the capital of the UK. Trains between these cities run via Brussels. As such, to take a train from Bruges to London, you will first need to take a train from Bruges to Brussels.
Trains from Bruges to Brussels are InterCity services. You can find more information about these trains here.
Trains to Brussels arrive at Brussels Midi-Zuid station. Conveniently, this is also the station from which trains from Brussels to London depart.
The train from Brussels to London is operated by Eurostar. They offer high-speed trains that travel from Brussels to the UK capital in just over 2 hours, so the total journey time from Bruges to London can be as little as 3 hours and 25 minutes including the connection.
Single tickets on trains from Bruges to London can cost as little as 56.50 euros in Standard class and 133.50 euros in Standard Premier. This includes the segment from Bruges to Brussels.
Trains from Brussels to Cologne are a great way to travel from the EU capital to Germany when you are visiting Europe.
There are two types of trains that travel on this route: Thalys and InterCity Express. Both offer nice, comfortable services with two classes of carriage and food options on board.
Trains on this route run every one to three hours, seven days a week, so it is easy to find a departure time that works for you.
Services depart from the Brussels Midi-Zuid train station and arrive at the Cologne Hauptbahnhof (main train station). Both are located in the city centre, and are served by many forms of public transportation and taxis.
The travel time on trains from Brussels to Cologne ranges from 1 hour and 47 minutes to 1 hour and 50 minutes, which means that all trains travel at approximately the same speed.
Train ticket fares vary by date and time. Ticket prices can be as low as 19.00 euros for second class and 29.00 euros for first class, making rail transportation a good deal. You can purchase tickets online in advance or at the station.