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Traveling to the medieval city of Bruges is simple if you are coming from London. However, if you want to make the journey in the most convenient way possible, catching a train is a must. High speed Eurostar trains leave London Kings Cross St Pancras every day, and you will be in Bruges, relaxing by the market square within 4 hours.
Return trips from Bruges to London are also available.
Taking buses from London to Bruges are an affordable alternative to catching the Eurostar, but it takes a lot longer. The best bus route to Bruges is to take a Eurolines service to Brussels (4 per day, with a journey time of 8 hours 30 minutes). After that, take a bus to Bruges. In total, the journey will take about 12 hours.
Nowadays, Londoners can take trains from London to Bruges via Eurostar quickly and comfortably, which is why the city has become a leading destination for a quick weekend getaway. Eurostar trains depart every day for this Belgian destination, starting at 8:00 a.m. and concluding at 7:45 p.m. The journey time varies a little depending on the time of day, but is usually around 3 hours 30 minutes, which includes a change at Brussels-Midi station. There are no direct trains, but Bruges is still within range for short trips if you are coming from the British capital.
There are plenty of direct flights from London to Brussels every day of the week, and you can easily transfer to Bruges via train after your flight. Services fly from London Heathrow airport and are provided by Brussels Airlines and British Airways, with a journey time of 1 hour 15 minutes. Morning, afternoon and evening departure times are available every day.