The SNCB will alter their schedule on Saturday, as they do every summer.
There’ll be dozens of extra trains to the shore and other tourist destinations every day. There’ll probably be special tickets and also the amount of trains at peak times will probably be paid down, the firm said in a press release on Friday.
There’ll soon be extra trains to the many popular seaside stations (Ostende, Knokken, Blankenberge, La Panne) from Saturday the 29th of June to Sunday the 1st of September, both during the week and at weekends.
If the sun is shining, the SNCB has said there will likely be another six additional trains throughout the week and also at weekends.
The company has said that more trains could be added if there’s really a high number of passengers. They will keep staff and trains on standby”in order have the ability to react as fast as you can”.
The transfer support to other tourist destinations like the Ardennes, Walibi and also Pairi Daiza will also become more routine. 1 3 extra trains will probably travel to and out of Bierges-Walibi and Houyet, which leads on to Lesse, throughout the week. There’ll be 32 extra trains to from Bierges-Walibi, Houyet and Cambron-Casteau (Pairi Daiza) at the weekend.
“Together with the higher quantity of trains, the SNCB will also once again offer passengers special tickets that summer”, the press release says. The GO Unlimited at under 26s will once again be available and music fans will have the ability to enjoy exceptional tickets for several of festivals.