Looking for great value travel to Brussels?

Enjoy comfortable coach travel from London to Brussels from just £14 one-way. Our coaches depart daily from London Victoria Coach Station and take you direct to the centre of Brussels.

So why not take the coach and let us do the driving? Just sit back and relax with air con, extra legroom, power sockets and onboard toilets.

Please note: From Dec 31 2017, our coaches to Brussels now terminate at a new location at Rue de France 87. For further information, please download our Brussels stop guide.

Amsterdam: shopping

Galeries Royales St Hubert

Europe’s oldest shopping arcade sits in the centre of town. The magnificent interior makes for an Instagram-worthy shot and you can treat yourself and splurge a little on luxury chocolates or high-end accessories. 

Dansaert

With a trail of irresistible trendy boutiques throughout the neighbourhood, you’ll be able to pick out some chic pieces of fashion from stores such as Icon, an airy concept store, or Stijl which is well-stocked with the best of Antwerp fashion design. 

Planète Chocolat

Not just for buying and eating, at Planète Chocolat you can also learn the secrets of artisan chocolate-making. Visit for their workshop demonstration of how to produce pralines and the renowned Belgian chocolate.

Brussels: where to eat and drink

Noordzee / Mer du Nord

Here you’ll find cheap fresh seafood served unpretentiously from a fishmonger’s window. There’s limited sit-down eating but the minimalist approach, speedy service and delicious food means that there’s often a (fast-moving) queue. People-watching whilst standing up to eat your moules-frites at one of their outdoor tables – washed down with a glass of wine of course – is a quintessentially Belgian thing to do.

Maison Antoine

They’re not ‘chips’, they’re frites. Get yourself to Maison Antoine’s frikot (kiosk) to tuck into Brussels’ best. Served with sauce splashed over the top, choose from mostly mayonnaise-based variants, including andalouse – a Belgian specialty flavoured with tomatoes and red peppers.

The Impasse de la Fidélité

With sister bars Delirium Café and Floris, the choice of beers or absinthe is yours. Delirium is home to over 3,000 beers and, for those who normally favour a G&T, Floris offers a spirit called jenever; gin’s older and more traditional Belgian cousin that is also distilled with juniper berries.

 

Things to keep in mind...

Connections to London

Our European services depart from London Victoria Coach Station. You can add travel to London from any of our UK coach stops for just £15 per person one-way or return. Just select your preferred UK stop and book to anywhere in Europe and this will automatically be added to your booking.

Customs Info

Passengers are required to carry their own luggage through customs while they are passing through Immigration at ports. 

Departures

Customers departing from London Victoria Coach Station need to be at their departure location 15 minutes before departure.

Passport & Visa info

Passengers must ensure they have the correct passport and visa documentation for travel.

Luggage allowance

Luggage allowance is 1 medium sized suitcase and 1 piece of hand luggage per person.

Sea crossings

Sea crossings are made by either ferry or Eurotunnel, check your ticket or timetable for specific information on your journey.