Belgium’s national railway utility, SNCB, has decided to increase the number of trains to and from the Belgian coast from Friday to Monday to help with expected increases in traffic. “Thirty additional trains will be made available to travellers, which means more than 25,000 seats,” SNCB announced.
The coast is preparing to welcome hosts of tourists drawn by the sunny weather. Six additional trains will be made available to ferry them there each day and whisk them away in the evening.
From Saturday to Monday, there will be eight additional trains each day.
Weekend rates will remain valid through Monday, enabling travellers to enjoy a 50% reduction on all return tickets.