Transportation in Belgium
There are several major airlines that serve Belgium every day. They usually land at the Brussels International Airport. There are several local intercity airlines, that connect the major cities.
The reliable and extensive Belgian Rail network passes through the whole country every day. Eurail is valid in Belgium and a Benelux Tourrail pass allows five days of unlimited train travel in a one-month period in Belgium.
Buses are mostly used for local transport, they are extensive and they are fairly comfortable, fast, reliable and cheap.
Belgium's roads are very well sought after and car-hire establishments are commonplace. Belgium accepts most foreign drivers licenses such as, Australia, Canada, the EU, and the US. Speed limits are 120kph on motorways, 90kph on main roads, and 50kph elsewhere. Fuel in Belgium costs around 1 euro per liter.
By Bike or by Hike
Biking is a popular method of transport in Belgium, and many roads have bike lanes, which you are required to use. Hitchhiking is illegal and uncommon in Belgium.