There is no shortage of travel modes routes into the kingdom, which occupies one of western Europe's transportation hubs. Virtually all international flights to Belgium arrive at Brussels Airport; the only exceptions are a handful of short-haul services that fly into Antwerp, and those of budget carrier Ryanair to its base at Charleroi -- employing marketing-speak, the airline calls the city's airport "Brussels-Charleroi."

In addition, there are ferry services from Britain to the ports of Zeebrugge and Ostend; high-speed trains from London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Cologne to Brussels (and some to Antwerp, Bruges, and Li├Ęge), along with "ordinary" international trains from around Europe; Eurolines bus service from many European cities; and multiple expressways/motorways from France, Germany, and Holland.

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