Belgium is a great place to visit on your next getaway trip. It is a beautiful place with a lot to offer. Belgium might be small but it has a lot of places to explore. Travel, however, is an important thing to to have planned out before you travel. Make sure to know about your travel methods before you go. To help you with that here are some ways to get around Belgium.
Rent From Locals
IN an age of peer to peer (PTP) services, even car rentals are in on the action. When in Belgium you can use the APP Car Amigo to rent a car from a nearby local who would not use it in the time being. Having a car to drive around gives you more access to places that are more remote. This also gives you better access to areas that trains might not be able to get you too.
If what you want id to drive around the country renting a car is the better option, it gives you more freedom and control. Through a PTP app, it can also be much cheaper, even up to 50% off compared to traditional car rentals.
Take a Pick of Train Passes
Belgium has plenty of trains travelers can use to go around. In fact, they have a number of train passes. The first one is the Belgian Rail Pass, that costs about 77 Euros. This pass gives you ten train rides or make 5 round trips depending on their plan.
The GoPass10 offers the same as the Rail pass but has a 25 Euro Discount as it is specifically for travelers under the age of 26. There is also the Go Pass 1, a one-way ticket costing 6.2 Euros. There is also combination fares called B-excursions that is great for families who are looking or a one-day trip to zoos and amusement parks.
Going Under Ground
Another good way to travel, especially if you’re in the bigger cities like the capital Brussels and the second biggest city, Antwerp. The trains go in and out of the underground tunnels, so it is both an interesting experience as well a fun way to sightsee.
IT’s good to do more research on this, but you now have a basic idea. If you want to travel to Belgium or anywhere else make sure you have your inquiry and your essentials like passport, IDs, and Etias Europe visa documents. Keeping them in a safe place close to you saves you from any hassle as you travel around Belgium.