|Avg. Bus Duration:|
4 hours 21 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||£12|
|Buses depart from:||Cologne|
|Bus arrives in:||Brussels|
|Bus Companies:||Flixbus, Eurolines France, Bla Bla Bus|
Buses from Cologne to Brussels operate frequently throughout the week. Coach service providers include Megabus, Eurolines, Meinfernbus, Flixbus, and ouibus. Times of departure vary according to the day of travel and coach operator. The earliest bus departs at around 7 in the morning, and the latest departs in the early evening. The fastest trip available takes 3 hours, while slower trips take 4 hours. The journey from Cologne to Brussels is direct with no changes involved. The cheapest fares tend to be available for early morning services.
As well as one-way journeys, return trips on buses from Brussels to Cologne are also available.
Buses departing for Brussels are boarded at Cologne ZOB am Hauptbahnhof (Cologne Main Coach Station). The coach station is situated just behind the Central Railway Station in Cologne and the U-Bahn (underground) station respectively. The whole complex is located in the old city centre and is well served by KVB local buses. Parking facilities are available near the station. There are also taxi ranks outside, which are available 24hours a day.
Brussels is the capital city of Belgium. The city boasts a wealth of buildings of architectural interest - new and old. Top attractions include the Grand Place-Grote Markt, the Atomium, and the Bourse-Beurs. The city also has a variety of museums and art galleries, including the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.
Buses from Cologne to Brussels terminate at the Nord CCN, Gare du Nord train station. Situated in the Northern Quarter business district, the station is well served by domestic and international trains. Over 30 regional buses operate from the coach station, as well as a number of night bus services throughout the city.