New “young people” formula for #traveling everywhere in Belgium by train, tram, bus and metro and #unlimited this summer

New “young people” formula for #traveling everywhere in Belgium by train, tram, bus and metro and #unlimited this summer
New “young people” formula for #traveling everywhere in Belgium by train, tram, bus and metro and #unlimited this summer

June 14, 2024

SNCB, Stib, De Lijn and TEC are launching the “Youth Holidays combi”, to allow young people to travel across the country by public transport during the summer holidays. Thanks to this intermodal formula, young people between 18 and 24 years old will be able to use the train, tram, bus and metro unlimitedly for a month. “The perfect opportunity to explore the Ardennes villages by train and bus, to visit Brussels by S train and metro, or to travel the Belgian coast with its famous tram”, suggests the SNCB which is testing “the formula during these months of July and August.

The “Youth Holidays combi” is offered at the attractive price of 59 euros. He is exclusively available via SNCB sales channels and must be loaded onto a personalized Mobib card.

Travelers who have a personalized SNCB Mobib card can obtain the “Youth Holidays Combi” at ticket counters, vending machines or via the SNCB website. Holders of a personalized TEC, Stib or De Lijn Mobib card must go to an SNCB counter to format their card. People who do not have a personalized Mobib card can obtain it for €6 at the SNCB counters, or order it via the website www.sncb.be (in this case, the card will be sent within a maximum 5 working days).

It should be noted that the classic “Youth Holidays” will also still be available this summer. As a reminder, it allows young people under 26 to travel by train (only) unlimitedly throughout Belgium at the price of €35 for a month or €18 for a week.


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