Take the train to Google Digital Atelier

  • smooth train travel to and from Bruxelles-Central
  • you pay only € 9,60, wherever you depart from in Belgium
  • you arrive at Google Digital Atelier on the spot, above the station

Take the train!

  • exclusively for pre-registered participants for one of the workshops
  • valid for a return journey in 2nd class, on the day of your workshop
  • from any station in Belgium to Bruxelles-Central station
  • only available online
  • print out your E-train ticket or save the PDF to your smartphone

Google Digital Atelier

Improve your digital knowledge. On 26 April, Google Digital Atelier opens its doors above Bruxelles-Central station. As from that day, you can participate in workshops and coaching sessions on every weekday. This will help you grow your company, advance your career, and improve your personal development. All for free.

Everything about your journey to Google Digital Atelier

No, you can only buy your Google Digital Atelier E-train ticket on this page, as from 26/04/2018.

All you need is the SNCB code from the information e-mail you've received from Google a couple of days before your workshop. This code starts with the number 0 and a capital i. Attention: this information e-mail is not valid as a train ticket.

You can print the E-train ticket yourself or save it to your smartphone, so you've always got it close at hand.

Your Google Digital Atelier E-train ticket is valid on the day of your workshop for a return journey in 2nd class, from any Belgian station to Bruxelles-Central station.
No, if you're departing from Brussels Airport - Zaventem station, the Diabolo fee for your return journey will automatically be added to the price of your E-train ticket.

Yes, you can combine your Google Digital Atelier E-train ticket with your (return) ticket from the foreign railway network to the Belgian border. From there, your E-train ticket is valid to Bruxelles-Central station. When downloading your E-train ticket, enter one of the following first Belgian stations as your departure station:

  • from The Netherlands: Essen (via Roosendaal), Noorderkempen (via Breda) or Visé (via Maastricht – Eijsden)
  • from Germany: Hergenrath
  • from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg: Arlon, Athus or Gouvy
  • from France: Mouscron, Froyennes, Quiévrain, Quévy or Erquelinnes

If you're departing from Brussels Airport - Zaventem station, the Diabolo fee for your return journey will automatically be added to the price of your E-train ticket.

You must be able to show your E-train ticket and identity card upon ticket control on the train during your return journey.

E-train tickets are always issued by name, so they cannot be passed on or sold.

E-train tickets cannot be exchanged, cancelled or refunded.