International Travel

International Travel

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):
- Brussels South Airport (Charleroi):
- Eindhoven Airport:
- Belgian railways:
- Dutch railways:
- Public transport Belgium:
- Public transport The Netherlands:

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 and

A shuttle service from Gent-Sint-Pieters (platform 14) to The Qontinent is provided on Friday 11 August (from 11:20h till 21:30h) and will return on Monday 14 August (from 09:20h till 13:11h). Tickets will cost you 20 EUR online and 25 EUR on site (including return transfer).

Friday 11 August 2023
Shuttles leave from 11:20h till 21:30h (Gent-Sint-Pieters (platform 14) to The Qontinent).

Monday 14 August 2023
Shuttles leave from 09:20h till 13:11h (The Qontinent to Gent-Sint-Pieters (platform 14)). All shuttles will depart from 'Parking 1'.

Saturday 12 August and Sunday 13 August 2023
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

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