How to get there?

The start and finish location is at the Maerlant Atheneum, close to the railway stations and tram stop.

Click here for specific information regarding the 50 KM on Saturday.

By public transport

The train / SNCB

Forget congestion and parking problems. Make the right choice and come to the Two-Days Walk by train! Blankenberge railway station is just a few minutes’ walk from the starting point.

With the Weekend Ticket* you enjoy 50% discount on your round trip. If you are under 26, you can also opt for the very inexpensive Go Pass 1.

You can easily find timetables with the handy journey planner on nmbs.be or in the free SNCB app.

* Valid from Friday 7pm to Sunday evening.

De Lijn – The Coastal Tram

The most sustainable way to get around is with De Lijn and the Coastal Tram.

The start location is about 100 metres from the tram stop at the marina (stop “Park” ) or less than 500 metres from it at the railway station (stop “Station”).

For timetables, please refer to the De Lijn website.

De Lijn – Bus

The bus stop at the Grand Place is close to the start and finish point of the Two Days.

For timetables, please refer to the De Lijn website.

By car

All roads lead to… um… Blankenberge.

There are plenty of car parks scattered around the city. Note that most places are paying.

More information on parking in Blankenberge can be found on the website of Blankenberge.

If you come by car and prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle of the centre of Blankenberge, you can always park your car in Wenduine or Zeebrugge. The tram will then take you to about 400 metres from the start of the Two-Days Walk.

By private bus/coach

We recommend that everyone disembark and board at Blankenberge Town Hall. (John F. Kennedyplein 1) This is just a five-minute walk from the starting point, and traffic can circulate much more smoothly there.

Parking for buses is located in Groenestraat near the Sportdoze (Groenestraat 86).

Or, of course, by bike or on foot!

Especially for cyclists, we provide more than enough space to safely park your bike.


Starting point 50KM Saturday

By popular demand, we are currently looking at organising transport from Blankenberge to Bruges on Saturday morning.

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By public transport

The train / SNCB

It could hardly be easier. Getting back is also easy by train from Blankenberge.
With the Weekend Ticket* you enjoy 50% discount on your round trip.
If you are under 26, you can also opt for the very inexpensive Go Pass 1.

You can easily find timetables with the handy journey planner on nmbs.be or in the free SNCB app.

* Valid from Friday 7pm to Sunday evening.

De Lijn – Bus

The bus stop at Bruges Station is on the other side of the Two-Days Walk start point.

For timetables, please refer to the De Lijn website.

By car

You can park easily and cheaply at the station.

After hiking, you can easily take the train (or bus) back from Blankenberge to Bruges.

By private bus/coach

Having the coach drop you off at Bruges station and then pick you up again in Blankenberge is of course also possible.

For more information on getting off and on in Bruges and parking, please refer to the website of the City of Bruges.

Or, of course, by bike or on foot!

There is more than enough space at the station to safely park your bike.

After hiking, you can easily take the train (or bus) back from Blankenberge to Bruges.