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Posted 1 month ago

Hello
I am planning to go to visit my family in beligium what should I expect at stations do I need my passport or visa if I am a non-EU citizen
Thx

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Peter.Freisberg
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replied 1 month ago

Hi.
It depends on your nationality.
If you are allowed to stay in Poland, you should have a Schengen visa, which is also valid for Germany (the country you will cross) and as well Belgium

Your travel route depends on your departure station. Check the following websites to find schedules and ticket prices.

Trainline: https://rail.shop/trainline
DBahn: https://reiseauskunft.ba.hn

Peter :)

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nltrainer
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replied 1 month ago

Besides that there are also COVID measures, these can change by the day.
Since a week or so to travel in DE=germany=the largest part of this trip, you need to have a G3 statement, that means: proof, often also needed in QR-readable form, that you have been vaccinated, recently tested (of coruse with negative result) or you had covid recenyl and have been recovered with medical statement. This is check on trains at random and most likely also when you enter Germany. Belgium is today or this weekend discussing also measures re covid.
Flying will be easier, cheaper and quicker- try cheapo budget WIZZair=not to Brussels, but to Charleroi