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The cheapest way to get from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist is to bus which costs £19 - £22 and takes 13h 52m.
The quickest way to get from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist is to drive and Eurotunnel which costs £170 - £200 and takes 5h 7m.
No, there is no direct bus from Birmingham station to Knokke-Heist station. However, there are services departing from Birmingham Coach Station, Digbeth and arriving at Knokke Station perron 3 via London and Brugge Station perron 9. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 13h 45m.
No, there is no direct train from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist. However, there are services departing from Birmingham New Street and arriving at Duinbergen via Euston station, London St Pancras Eurostar and Brux.-Midi/Brus.-Zuid. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 6h 57m.
The distance between Birmingham and Knokke-Heist is 376 km.
The best way to get from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist without a car is to train which takes 6h 57m and costs £130 - £460.
It takes approximately 6h 57m to get from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist, including transfers.
Birmingham to Knokke-Heist bus services, operated by National Express, depart from Birmingham Coach Station, Digbeth.
Birmingham to Knokke-Heist train services, operated by Avanti West Coast, depart from Birmingham New Street station.
The best way to get from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist is to train which takes 6h 57m and costs £130 - £460. Alternatively, you can bus via London, which costs £20 - £30 and takes 13h 45m.
You can take a train from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist via London Euston, Euston station, King's Cross St. Pancras station, London St Pancras Eurostar, and Brux.-Midi/Brus.-Zuid in around 6h 57m. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Birmingham to Knokke-Heist via London Victoria Coach Station, London, Bruges, and Brugge Station perron 9 in around 13h 45m.
Dutch Railways (NS) is the main passenger railway operator in the Netherlands. Founded in 1938, NS connects all major cities in the Netherlands, and offers night trains, international trains, Intercity direct, and trains to and from the airport. NS International is the international subsidiary of NS; their services include high-speed trains such as Thalys, ICE International, Eurostar and TGV, to major European hubs including Paris, London, Brussels, Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt and Lille.
National Express Coaches are a quick and convenient way of travelling around the UK. Over 550 National Express coaches run on Britain's roads every day, serving over 900 destinations across the UK. National Express Coaches carry around 19 million passenger journeys every year. For added convenience, National Express operate coach services to all major UK airports 24 hours per day, and is on its way to being 100% wheelchair accessible. The company also has a 24-hour control centre that receives a GPS signal to update on location, speed and the temperature inside coaches, ensuring the smoothest journey possible.
As the bus subsidiary of French railway SNCF, Ouibus offers eco-friendly coaches serving 35 French cities and 10 European cities at affordable fares. Ouibus journeys are safe and comfortable, with the four-star coaches offering power outlets, restrooms and WiFi. All Ouibus stations are located close to town centres for easy access to public transport. Getting on one of the 130 daily journeys is easy - electronic travel documents include your ticket and a personalised mini-guide with handy information.
One of Europe’s leading bus companies, Flixbus serves 2000+ destinations in 29 countries, including Germany, France, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and Croatia and into Scandinavia and eastern Europe, as well as some US cities. Coaches have toilets, free WiFi and power outlets, plus snacks and drinks for purchase on board. Flixbus is a good choice for the budget-conscious traveller; purchase tickets in advance for the cheapest fares (note: there is no option to reserve a seat in advance).
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The quickest flight from Birmingham Airport to Brussels Airport is the direct flight which takes 1h 10m.
Birmingham to Knokke-Heist bus services, operated by FlixBus, arrive at Bruges station.
Knokke-Heist is 1h ahead of Birmingham. It is currently 10:28 PM in Birmingham and 11:28 PM in Knokke-Heist.
Birmingham to Knokke-Heist train services, operated by Belgian Railways (NMBS/SNCB), arrive at Duinbergen station.
KLM and Brussels Airlines offer flights from Birmingham Airport to Brussels Airport.
There are 1991+ hotels available in Knokke-Heist. Prices start at 87€ per night.
The best way to get from Birmingham to Birmingham Airport is to train which takes 15 min and costs £2 - £29.
Knokke-Heist is a municipality located in the Belgian province of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Heist-aan-Zee, Knokke, Duinbergen, Ramskapelle and Westkapelle. On January 1, 2006 Knokke-Heist had a total population of 34,063. The total area is 56.44 km² which gives a population density of 603 inhabitants per km². Knokke-Heist is located along the North Sea in a polder area on the Belgian border with the Netherlands. It is one of Belgium’s better known and more affluent seaside resorts. - Wikipedia
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The Markt ("Market Square") of Bruges is located in the heart of the city and covers an area of about 1 hectare. Some historical highlights around the square include the 12th-century belfry and the Provincial Court (originally the Waterhall, which in 1787 was demolished and replaced by a classicist building that from 1850 served as provincial court and after a fire in 1878 was rebuilt in a neo-Gothic style in 1887. In the center of the market stands the statue of Jan Breydel and Pieter de Coninck.
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