10/11/12 August 2018 | Recreation Area Puyenbroeck | Wachtebeke (BE)

How to get there?

How to get there?

Are you staying the entire weekend at The Qontinent? Travel to the station of Gent-Sint-Pieters, the main railway station in Gent and take the shuttle service to The Qontinent at Wachtebeke. Find out the quickest way to travel to the train station of Gent-Sint-Pieters from your location on www.nmbs.be.

  • Return tickets will cost you 10 EUR and can be bought online or from a steward of The Qontinent when entering the bus
  • Shuttle buses leave from platform 14 (Gent-Sint-Pieters) and Parking 1 (Puyenbroeck, Wachtebeke)
  • Only valid for use of shuttle service

Friday 10 August 2018
Shuttle buses leave from 11:25h till 21:30h (Gent-Sint-Pieters - Puyenbroeck, Wachtebeke).

Monday 13 August 2018

Shuttle buses leave from 09:20h till 13:10h (Puyenbroeck, Wachtebeke - Gent-Sint-Pieters). All buses will depart from Parking 1 (main entrance).

Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 August 2018

No shuttle buses. Line 76 will run a normal service. Buses will depart every hour from Gent-Sint-Pieters to Wachtebeke (depart +/- :47). There will be no bus service to Gent after the festival (Saturday's last bus will depart from Puyenbroeck, Wachtebeke - Parking 1 at 20:24h, Sunday's last bus will depart from Puyenbroeck, Wachtebeke - Parking 1 at 20:22h). 

The shuttle ticket is not valid for use of line 76. You can use your Lijnkaart, Buzzy Pazz or Omnipas. If you're not in possession of a Lijnkaart, Buzzy Pazz or Omnipas, you will have to buy a ticket at the shop of De Lijn, at one of the ticket machines from De Lijn or from the bus driver.

An easy website to plan your Public Transport trip is www.belgianrail.be and www.delijn.be.


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