Gare du Midi - conveniently near the Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Midi
The Gare du Midi, also known as the Gare du Zuid or Brussels South railway station, is just a short walk from the Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Midi, so if you're travelling to Brussels by train, you won't have far to carry your cases.
The busiest railway station in Brussels, the Gare du Midi is served by many different rail services from destinations across Europe. The station building also houses a Metro Station - the Gare du Midi Zuidstation - served by Metro and Premetro services.
Getting to Brussels by rail
Travelling by train is a quick and convenient option, and you can get to and from Brussels Gare du Midi from a wide range of European destinations. And, if you stay at the Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Midi
, you can relax in a comfortable, contemporary hotel room
just minutes after you arrive at the station.
The Gare du Midi is served by:
- Eurostar high-speed rail services from London to mainland Europe
- THALYS high-speed rail services to Paris, Amsterdam and Köln
- ICE high-speed rail services to Köln and Frankfurt
- Fyra high-speed rail services to Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
- Intercity and domestic rail services to destinations such as Antwerp, Bruges and Ghent
- Trains to and from Brussels Airport
Getting around Brussels
If you want to explore the beautiful city of Brussels, the Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Midi hotel in the Brussels city centre
is in the perfect location. It's just a stone's throw away from the Gare du Midi, so you can take the Metro or a tram (the Premetro) to the city centre or other parts of Brussels.
The Gare du Midi is on two Metro lines: Line 2, which begins and ends in Simonis; and Line 6, which runs between King Baudouin and Simonis. It takes about 10 minutes to get from the Gare du Midi to Brussels city centre by Metro. The station is also on two tram lines: Line 3 and Line 4.