Public transport

A bus travels between the Station and the City Centre and back every five minutes. It’s the relaxing way to get to and from the City Centre. The buses going to the city centre stop within easy walking distance of the main shopping streets, historical buildings and museums. There are also frequent services to the train station and the city centre running from the bus stop for tourist buses at the Kanaaleiland.

Station to Centre:
Bus Lines 1, 3, 4, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 23 bring you into central Brugge and stop within walking distance of the main shopping streets, historic buildings and museums. The city centre stops are ’t Zand (all the above lines, except 11), Sint-Salvatorskerk (Lines 1, 4, 6, 11, 12, 14 and 16), O.L.V. Kerk and Dijver (Lines 1, 6, 11, 12 and 16), Markt (Line 4 and 14) and Stadsschouwburg (Lines 4 and 14).

Centre to Station:
The service to Brugge Station goes via the stops Stadsschouwburg (Lines 4, 5, 7, 9, 14, 15, 17 and 25) and ’t Zand (Lines 2, 5, 7, 9,15, 17, 23 and 25). 

(**) Please note!
Between 1 pm and 6 pm every Saturday and on the first Sunday of every month, Lines 4 and 14  pass via the stops O.L.V. Kerk and Dijver and not via Markt.

Situation may change due to circumstances. Please check www.delijn.be for up-to-date information.

A €3 ticket (price adjustments are possible in the course of the year) gives you unlimited transfers on all lines for 60 minutes. These and other tickets of the De Lijn bus service can be purchased in the De Lijnstore (Stationsplein), from vending machines (Stationsplein and bus stop ‘t Zand), via SMS (Belgian mobile numbers only) or via the De Lijn app. You can also visit one of the pre-sale offices (only for 10 journeys tickets): the information office on ’t Zand (Concert Hall), as well as various bookstores, newspaper shops and supermarkets in the city centre.

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