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  1. Cheapest price £42.50
  2. 30 day advance £54.00
  3. 7 day advance £124.00
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  1. It is an easy journey by train from London to The Hague (Den Haag) in the Netherlands. The journey starts with a high-speed run on Eurostar from London to Brussels Midi, where you change onto an Intercity train for the onward journey over the Dutch border to The Hague. Your ticket for the Intercity service from Brussels to The Hague is not tied to any particular train, so if you wish you can break your journey in Brussels for a few hours.

    While Eurostar tickets go on sale six months in advance, tickets for the cross-border Intercity journey from Brussels to The Hague may not go on sale until much closer to the date of travel – sometimes only three months in advance, and only then is it possible to buy a through ticket from London to The Hague. In some cases it makes sense to buy two separate tickets.

    With the launch of Eurostar's new direct train from London to the Netherlands in April 2018, travel to The Hague will be even easier. The fastest routing will then require just a single change of train at Rotterdam.

    London to Brussels

    London to Brussels

    Board a Eurostar service from London St Pancras to Brussels. Little more than an hour after leaving London you’ll already be in northern France, speeding through Flanders fields towards Lille Europe, where many all Brussels-bound Eurostar trains make an intermediate stop. Some trains make up to three additional stops – at Ebbsfleet, Ashford and Calais. From April 2018, Eurostar will introduce twice daily non-stop trains on the London to Brussels route, taking just 108 minutes for the 373km journey.

    Eurostar trains from London terminate at Brussels Midi station. Trains run every five minutes from Brussels Midi to Brussels Central (for the city centre). Your Eurostar ticket is valid for this short onward hop within Brussels. At Brussels Midi, there are good onward connections with a choice of Thalys or German ICE trains for direct links to Germany, as well as Belgian (or sometimes Dutch) Intercity trains to cities across the wider BeNeLux region.

    Remember to factor in at least half an hour for Eurostar’s airline-style baggage check prior to boarding your train. This is a light-touch security scan, and there are no restrictions on taking liquids on board Eurostar trains.

    Brussels to The Hague

    Brussels to The Hague

    The Intercity service (dubbed Beneluxtrein locally) leaves Brussels Midi hourly and makes nine intermediate stops on its journey to The Hague (Den Haag). These include a very useful alternative Brussels pickup point at Brussels Central, very close to the Grand Place in the heart of the city. The train also stops at Brussels National Airport, Antwerp and Rotterdam.

    The journey from Brussels to The Hague takes 2 hrs 30 mins and is full of interest as the train tracks north through densely populated country to the Dutch border and beyond. In The Hague you’ll alight at a station called Den Haag HS.

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Read more about child and youth passenger ages. See also youth discounts and railcards.

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