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There are several ways to travel from Brussels to Berlin. Air is the fastest option and there are a large number of direct flights between the two cities each day. Travellers who prefer to go by train will have to make at least one change en route as there are no direct services at present. Those who have time on their hands may find one of the direct buses to Berlin from Brussels a convenient alternative.
Return trips from Berlin to Brussels are also available.
There are at least 4 direct buses from Brussels to Berlin each day. Service providers include Flixbus, Postbus and Eurolines, and journeys can take between 10.5 and 15 hours. Night buses take longer while morning buses tend to be faster. Buses leave from Brussels Gare du Nord and terminate at Berlin ZOB. The first buses depart at approximately 9:45 a.m. and the last leaves at about 10:00 p.m.
There are no direct trains from Brussels to Berlin but passengers will find trains run by Deutsche Bahn and Thalys with one or more changes en route. Those with one change tend to be the fastest option although the Thalys train takes about 11.5 hours as it is an overnight service. Deutsche Bahn trains are faster but journey times can still vary according to the time and route. The fastest trains take just under 7 hours.
There are several flights from Brussels to Berlin every day. Depending on the carrier, flights from Brussels airport land at either Berlin Tegel or Berlin Schonefeld Airport. Airlines such as Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa and Ryanair offer direct flights that take just over 4 hours on average.