BELGIAN COASTAL TRAM: World's longest tram line
Discover the beauty of the Belgian coast by taking the longest tram line in the world.
The coastal tram (Kusttram) runs along the Belgian coast from De Panne to Knokke. 67 km long with 68 stops, it takes 2 hours and 21 minutes to cover the entire distance on an all-electric route. This line is considered as the longest line in the world. Along the entire length of the Belgian coast, from the French border to the Dutch border, it passes through the main streets of the coastal towns and serves the coast. The line is built by the sea and offers an uninterrupted view of the North Sea.
9 am: together with your guide take the train at Brussels central station, direction De Panne (+/- 2 hours)
11 am: arrival on De Panne and first meeting with the North sea
11:30 am : take the tram 0, the longest tram line in the world with explanations of your guide
12:30 am : stop in Nieuwpoort to visit the King Albert I Monument which illustrates the story of the flooding of the Yser plain in WWI. OPTIONAL: at the top of the monument you can enjoy the splendid panorama of the coast and the polders (5 eur extra)
1:00 pm : enjoy a lunch in a typical Belgian brasserie on the coast
2:30 pm: continue your tram trip to Oostende
3:30 pm: arrival in Oostende,
4 pm pm: enjoy a Belgian waffle and a coffee break or walk on the beach
4:30 pm take the boat ferry to go for a refreshing walk and enjoy the view on the Oostelijke Strekdam (mole)
5:45 : take the train back to Brussels
7 pm: arrival in Brussels central station and end of the tour
All our tours are customizable
Timing and program can change depending on the train service and the weather