Zeebrugge is a popular cruise destination because it has a central position in Europe, as well is Zeebrugge the gateway to Belgium. A lot of historical cities are not that far away. The port is also situated at the axis of sea traffic between the UK and Continental Europe. The Bruges city center is only 10 miles away. Belgium is devided in 2 parts: in the northern you have Flanders, in the southern you have Wallonia. But there is also a good possibility for transportation with our neighbouring countries: thanks to the high-speed railway network and the excellent road system, major European cities like London, Paris and Amsterdam are never more than 2-3 hours away!
Zeebrugge is the gateway to Belgium!
- Language: Dutch, French and English.
- Currency: Euro (€)
- Opening times shops: Mostly from Monday to Saturday - 09:00 - 18:00*
- Zeebrugge Beach: widest beach along the Belgian coast, with cabins and playgrounds for kids
- Seafront: Maritime theme park, with Russian Foxtrot submarine. Also lightship, West-Hinder.
- Old Fishing Port: Old port for fishing vessels, various fish-restaurants over there.
- Kusttram: from De Panne to Knokke-Heist, the Kusttram serves the whole coast line with various stops in the cities. Zeebrugge has 4 stops: Zeebrugge-Strandwijk, Zeebrugge-Vaart, Zeebrugge-Kerk and Zeebrugge-Zeesluis.
- Train: take the train for longer distances. In Zeebrugge, you have 2 stops: Zeebrugge-Strand and Zeebrugge-dorp. Zeebrugge-Dorp is only in service out of summer at weekdays . Zeebrugge-Strand is open in summer and in weekends out of summer. For more connections, you can go to Blankenberge, where you have a direct train to Brussels via Bruges.
- Zweedse Kaai: most used terminal.
- Zeestation: terminal for smaller ships