Getting here? En voiture En train En avionThe two main roads, the E411 and the E25, and the network of secondary roads give easy, uncongested access to Belgian Luxembourg. Travelling by road is also the best way to explore the magnificent countryside.Travelling time from Brussels to the north of our province by car is about 1 hour 15 minutes, which is about the same time as you can spend getting across Brussels! … To get to From …Marche-en-FamenneArlonBelgium Bruxelles105 km190 kmHasselt110 km180 kmAnvers150 km230 kmGand170 km250 kmBruges215 km300 kmFrance Reims*195 km200 kmLille*200 km285 kmParis*335 km340 kmThe Netherlands Maastricht*90 km170 kmAmsterdam*250 km305 kmRotterdam*255km335 kmGermany Aix-la-Chapelle*120 km190 kmCologne*190 km250 kmFrancfort*235 km210 kmLuxembourg Luxembourg-ville*120 km35 km * distances as the crow flies. Belgian Luxembourg is crossed by two mainline railways: the Brussels-Luxembourg line and the Liège-Luxembourg line. International high-speed trains serve Brussels, Liège and Namur, from where many different express and stopping trains operated by SNCB (Belgian Railways) serve stations in Belgian Luxembourg. For more details, visit www.belgian-rail.be. The nearest main international airport is Brussels National Airport (Zaventem).Brussels South Charleroi Airport and Liège Airport are used by many short-haul budget airlines, and are both around an hour’s drive from Belgian Luxembourg. If you are travelling to the south of our province, you might also consider Luxembourg City Airport in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.