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Keukenhof

Brussels to Keukenhof

Hi,

Not sure who is online now, i want to see the flower parade tomorrow and the tulip gardens. i have to travel from brussels, could you anyone help me
how to reach (via train, cheaper& faster route)
where to reach (which city, any transfers, only train or should i take bus)?,
how long it takes to see these things
and is there anything to see nearby?
is one day is enough or two days?

Please help me as soon as possible!



11 Answers


answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Delft

Take the train from Brussels to Rotterdam Centraal

http://www.b-rail.be/main/index.html

Take a train from Rotterdam to Leiden Centraal

www.ns.nl

At Leiden Centraal you can buy a bus ticket combined with entrance ticket to Keukenhof.

www.keukenhof.nl




answered by
a VirtualTourist member

hey thanks for the quick reply!

one more question is keukonhof gardens the flower parade tomorrow in one place?

is there anything more that i can see, so that i can plan 1 more night!

- Suman S




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Delft

Don't know, check the Keukenhof website.

Depending on your interests: you could continue your journey to Amsterdam and have a canal tour or whatever. In that case buy a ticket Brussel-Amsterdam which will allow you to stop at all stations on the way, e.g. Brussel-Rotterdam-Leiden-Amsterdam and v.v. (and separate the bus/entrance ticket Leiden-Keukenhof).

And/or continue (same day or next day) to Zaanse Schans.

http://www.zaanseschans.nl/

Or any other city on the route just mentioned, e.g. Delft (where I live!), The Hague (Den Haag=in Dutch) etc. Your choice.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Delft

For your info:

Canal boat trips leave opposite the Amsterdam Centraal Station.

I'm logging off now, if anything e-mail me but don't know if I could be of any help before you travel....

Thank you, also,

Best,

Noel




answered by
a VirtualTourist member

hi can i call you now, i need some more information or can we have chat on yahoo/gmail?

sethusuman@gtalk
kilamans@yahoo

0494622803, please let me know your option, please!




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Delft

OK standby one, but I want to go bed soon.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member

hey i still have problem in getting the trains, i am from india, i am not sure about the trains here.

from the belgium tran site, i look for brussels to rotterdam or amsterdam, i get transfers from train to bus, bus to train and more... so one ticket includes all this? and do they take care of our transfers?




answered by
a VirtualTourist member

what is standby one?

"OK standby one"




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Delft

my yahoo is open now.




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Delft

Yes, I see now.

You are in bad luck...there are works in progress on the tracks between Antwerp and Roosendaal (The Netherlands). That means that somewhere along the route you will be transfered to a bus to Roosendaal where you can continue your journey to Rotterdam. Extra time: 1 hour!




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Hengelo

Info about the flower parade 2010:

bloemencorso.info/index.asp?...


PJ





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