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Photo Gallery: Leuven

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And which is the cheapest way to go to Leuven by train on weekends?

USING THE “WEEKEND TICKET” (ROUND TRIP):

– From Brussels-Centraal: €6,20 – 15 minutes per journey

– From Antwerpen-Centraal/Anvers-Central: €8,00 – 50 minutes per journey

– From Mechelen: €5,40 – 25 minutes per journey

– From Hasselt: €8,80 – 45 minutes per journey

– From Louvain-La-Neuve: €6,60 – 60 minutes per journey

USING GO PASS (younger than 26 – €5 each journey):

– From Brugge/Bruges: 1h 25 minutes per journey

– From Gent-Sint-Pieters: 60 minutes per journey

– From Oostende: 1h 42 minutes per journey

– From Mons/Bergen: 1h 33 minutes per journey

– From Liège/Luik: 33 minutes per journey

– From Namur: 1h 11 minutes per journey

  • If you are older than 26, you can buy online a GO PASS 1 journey for €6,50!
  • NOW, during weekends of December and Christmas holidays: tickets for €5 (any age)! More info at http://nmbs.be

¡Encuentra la versión española de este post AQUÍ!

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This entry was posted on December 9, 2013 by in photos, Trains, Uncategorized.
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