Are you planning to visit The Qontinent by plane? The best way to get there is by traveling through Brussels National Airport, Charleroi Airport or Eindhoven Airport.
- Brussels Airport (Zaventem): www.brusselsairport.be
- Brussels South Airport (Charleroi): www.charleroi-airport.com
- Eindhoven Airport: www.eindhovenairport.nl
- Belgian railways: www.belgiantrain.be
- Dutch railways: www.ns.nl
- Public transport Belgium: www.delijn.be
- Public transport The Netherlands: www.9292.nl
Are you a real die-hard who stays the entire weekend at The Qontinent? Travel to Gent-Sint-Pieters station; the main railway station in Gent and take the shuttle service to The Qontinent. Find out the quickest way to travel to Gent-Sint-Pieters station on www.nmbs.be and www.delijn.be.
SHUTTLE INFO GENT-SINT-PIETERS STATION
A shuttle service from Gent-Sint-Pieters to The Qontinent is provided on Friday 12 August (from 11:20h till 21:30h) and will return on Monday 15 August (from 09:20h till 13:11h). Tickets will cost you 15 EUR online and 20 EUR on site (including return transfer).
Friday 12 August 2022
Shuttles leave from 11:20h till 21:30h (Gent-Sint-Pieters to The Qontinent).
Monday 15 August 2022
Shuttles leave from 09:20h till 13:11h (The Qontinent to Gent-Sint-Pieters). All shuttles will depart from 'Parking 1'.
Saturday 13 August and Sunday 14 August 2022
There will be no shuttles on Saturday and Sunday. Line 76 will run a normal service. Buses will depart every hour from Gent-Sint-Pieters to The Qontinent (depart +/- :46). The last bus to Gent-Sint-Pieters will depart from 'Parking 1' at 20:16h on Saturday and at 20:21h on Sunday.
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 from the bus driver, the shop of De Lijn, one of the ticket machines from De Lijn or online at www.delijn.be.