Following the recent terroist attacks in Brussels on March 22, 2016, the spokeswoman for Brussels Airport confirms that Belgium's International airport remains closed at least until Friday, March 25, 2016. The airport has not yet been released and judicial investigation is still ongoing. The situation at Brussels Airport is continually evaluated.
If necessary, all passengers will be contacted in time by their airline and/or travel agent for an alternate route to other airports nearby, or you can contact your travel agent yourself. From alternative airports trains to Ghent will be guaranteed. If you have any questions, please contact us.
For Europe, Brussels Airlines provides an interesting budget option called b.light economy.
Charleroi (Brussels South) is another Belgian Airport
serving several European destinations through low-budget companies
such as Ryanair and Wizz Air.
Both airports have direct or easy train connections to Ghent (Sint-Pieters).
More info and booking: brusselsairport.be or Charleroi-airport.com
By Public Transportation
Take the train until Ghent.
There are two railway stations in Ghent.
Station Sint-Pieters, Ghent:
continue with tram 4, 24, 1
or bus 65, 69
Station Dampoort, Ghent: continue with bus 3, 17,
18, 38 or 39
(and then a short walk to the Gebroeders De Smetstraat 1).