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Belgium Go Pass

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Spartanburg, SC
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Belgium Go Pass

In another forum a post indicated that one should consider a Go Pass for travel in Belgium. "You could buy a Go-Pass for 45 euro. This allows for 10 single journeys all over Belgium (from point A to B). The pass is not nominal, so you could share it with your partner. All you have to do is fill in the ticket(s) with the date and the points of departure and arrival before you board the train." Sounds like a great idea, but what about the age requirement.

Is this not for those age 26 and younger? What about those who are not quite senior citizens, but couldn't pass for 26? Is this rule strictly enforced? What other options for inexpensive point to point travel from Brussels to Antwerp and beyond.

Antwerpen, Belgium
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1. Re: Belgium Go Pass

The Go Pass at 45 euro is indeed for the -26.

For +26 it's called Rail Pass and it costs 68 euro.

Traveling on weekends is upto 50% cheaper than on weekdays.

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2. Re: Belgium Go Pass

This rule is strictly enforced, yes. Maybe you look young, you can try to buy one... but the conductor might have doubts and ask for ID, and I wouldn't want to risk the fines.

If you buy a Rail Pass, you must write your destination of the trip on the pass BEFORE the train leaves, strictly spoken even before you get on your train. And try to make no mistakes while writing date and destinations, since conductors can be very strict about it!

Still, if you plan on using the train a lot in Belgium, a Rail Pass is very good value (6,80 euro for a one-way ride to any destination in Belgium, and there are 10 one-way rides on the card which you can share with a travel partner)