Every day, there are from one to four direct services each hour between Bruges and the important train junctions at Antwerp, Ghent, Hasselt, Leuven and Brussels. Please consult www.belgiantrain.be.
The Brussels-South Station (Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid) is the Belgian hub for international rail traffic. Numerous high speed trains arrive in Brussel-Zuid daily, coming from Paris (Thalys/Izy and TGV), Lille (Eurostar , TGV and Thalys), London (Eurostar), Amsterdam (NS InterCity, Thalys and Eurostar) and Cologne (Thalys and ICE). Every day, there are three trains an hour from Brussels-South Station, which stop at Bruges on their way to Ostend, Knokke or Blankenberge. The travelling time between Brussels-South and Bruges is approximately 1 hour.
From the railway station of Bruges, you can take a De Lijn bus (every 5 minutes) or taxi to your accommodation. A (one-way) ticket is valid for one hour and costs € 3.