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Maciamo
07-03-06, 10:55
Most Belgian students know about the Go-Pass (http://www.b-rail.be/nat/E/tarifs/passes/go/index.php), valid until 25 years old, which allows you to travel between any two stations inside Belgium for 4.5 euro per journey. The pass includes 10 journeys and can be used by more than one person at the same time (e.g. when travelling with friends).

The same pass also exist in "adult" version (from 26 years old) for 6.8 euro per journey. Ask for a Rail Pass (http://www.b-rail.be/nat/E/tarifs/passes/rail/index.php).

What less people know is that yet another similar pass exists, which anybody can buy, and allows one to travel short-distance (usually within 20km, e.g. all the Walloon and Flemish Brabant provinces from Brussels) for only 1.5 euro per journey. This is called the Key Card (http://www.b-rail.be/nat/E/tarifs/passes/keycard/index.php).

Many other discounts are available, such as season tickets, although they are usually not so intersting except for commuters.

Duo
08-03-06, 00:49
I wish they would have a go-pass type tiket for all of europe

rose_
12-08-11, 18:30
Thanks for putting this out there - due to study in Belgium in less than a month's time, very useful!

tomammi
26-04-16, 06:14
I like to share with all of you guys I have been visited Belgium at once in my life and had explored its many attractions, it has great attraction which are really nice for travelling lovers. Many travelling freaks to go Belgium for having fun like me.