SNCB Europe is part of the SNCB Group. Today SNCB is one of the main operators on the Belgian railway network, and can draw on almost a century's worth of expertise in train travel. SNCB was founded in 1926, making it one of the oldest and most experienced railway companies in the world. With experience comes efficiency and style. On board one of the SNCB Europe lines, you’re guaranteed a comfortable ride - set to clock-work timetables. You can make your own itinerary, criss-crossing through major cities and secluded countryside.
If you want to stop at a particular city for a couple of nights, SNCB Europe train tickets give you flexibility to set your own timetable. The interrail way of traveling is so much fun, and a great way to meet fellow travellers and practice your European languages. Leave London’s St Pancras railway station in the morning and you could be sitting in a cafe sipping coffee in Paris before lunch!
- Search for discount codes on vouchercloud.
- Click through to the SNCB Europe website and enter your travel dates and preferred times.
- Enter your name and email address.
- Add your code to the discount code box, then click ‘apply’.
- Choose your payment method, then go to payment page.
- Complete your transaction.
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How many train lines does SNCB Europe operate?
It operates across 6 lines: Thalys, Eurostar, TGV, ICE, InterCity and TGV Brussels-France
Is there an SNCB Europe App?
Yes, you can download it for Android on Google Play or Apple App Store for iPhone. You will be able to purchase train tickets while on the move as well as keep a track on your account.
What happens if an SNCB Europe train is delayed?
If your train is delayed by more than 60 minutes, you are entitled to a refund, and you can either wait for the next available train or reschedule for another day.
There are several European offices dealing with customer service enquiries. To choose the correct one, go to the Client Services page and pick from the list provided.
There are a number of options for ticket retrieval. You can print out your tickets at home, or you can pick up your tickets from a ticket machine at a convenient train station. You can also go to a SNCB Europe ticket office and get your ticket there.
If you need to amend or cancel your tickets, you can do so from your SNCB Europe account, providing you adhere to the cancellation notice time. You can also speak with a Client Services representative or leave a message on the online form.
You can contact client services Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm, Sat-Sun: 9am - 4.30pm