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Easy to catch, good way of seeing coast

Tickets are available to buy in supermarkets and shops as well as on the tram or tickets offices... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2018
Stillsparkly70
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Totnes, United Kingdom
The world's longest tram ride.

The 55km long De Lijn Kussttram connects Knokke on the Belgian/Dutch border with De Panne on the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
DaveJC
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Stowmarket, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The 55km long De Lijn Kussttram connects Knokke on the Belgian/Dutch border with De Panne on the Belgian/French border via principal towns of Ostend, Blankenberge, and Zeebrugge. It is very busy, very popular and cheap with a 6 Euro all-day ticket and boasts a very...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We started from Ostende to Knokke. Stopover in Blankenberge. You can see zur fantastic Landscape, zur Beaches and small Villages. The second drive was from Ostende to De Panne. Also a beautiful trip with the Kusttram. Stopover also in Nieuwport for a great Dinner. Daytix...More

Thank Netz R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We loved the rides, so cost effective, so frequent. During the tourist season, it can be difficult from time to time. There are some old ladies use baby strollers to accommodate their dogs, and mothers with REAL babies sometimes had to wait for the next...More

Thank RedfishA1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

And yes, it would be a full day as this tram travels 55 Ks. from Knokke to De Panne or visa versa. We did Knokke to Panne one day stopping off for coffee, lunch and other breaks and then did the return journey the next...More

Thank Bernice D
Reviewed 17 August 2018

This is a great way to explore the Belgium coastline and coastal towns very reasonable price especially if you buy in advance and for 3 days. You can get on and off as much as you like and there’s no worrying about where you can...More

Thank a4be
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile

The tram runs from Aidenkerke (bus connection to Dunquerke every hour) all along the coast to Knokke, easy connection to Sluis or Breskins in Holland. Very frequent and bargain fares, day ticket 6 euros. There's about 14 resorts to visit, De Haan being my favourite....More

Thank cowheelpieman
Reviewed 30 June 2018

This tramway extends along the complete Belgium coast, from De Panne (in the south, near the French border) to Knokke (in the noth, near the Dutch border). You can catch a car at least every 15 minutes, all day long. A day-ticket (for all you...More

Thank Walter G
Reviewed 16 June 2018

For only 6 euro you buy a day pass and jump on and off the tram all day which runs the whole coastline of Belgium from De Panne to knokke. We were based in Ostend so did North one day and south the next. There...More

Thank Lynne P
Reviewed 2 June 2018

Tickets are available to buy in supermarkets and shops as well as on the tram or tickets offices. An all day ticket is good value at 6E for adults and 1.5E for children 11 and under and you can go all the way from one...More

Thank Stillsparkly70
Reviewed 30 April 2018

The Kusttram was a pleasant day out on our recent stay in Ostende. It’s a great way to hop on and off at the beautiful seaside towns on the tram line. The weather was quite reasonable on our trip but still chilly near the seaside...More

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Laura T
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Response from a4be | Reviewed this property |
Ostend is a great stop for wandering and plenty of places to eat, it’s also where you could pick up a train to Brugge which is a beautiful town and our favorite. We have done the whole trip end to end from DePanne where we... More
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yes it wheelchair friendly and you will visit some wonderful places,hope this helps and enjoy this lovely part of Belgium,all the best from. Neil.
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The kusttram is stopping at Zeebrugge port but from the terminal there is a 2 km walk to the tram. There are stop almost every 500 m in Oostende. You can also get from to Zeebrugge ferry terminal by coach to the centre of... More
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