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Brugge to Namur

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I am a senior (over 65) and plan on taking a train from Brugge to Namur and I'd like to confirm that I'm understanding the belgianrail.be website correctly:

I can buy a "return" ticket for 6 Euro which allows me to travel to and from Namur on the same day as long as I start my journey after 09:00 on a weekday. However, if I was planning to return the next day, I would have to buy a standard ticket for each direction at a total cost of approximately 42 Euro (21 each way).

Is my interpretation correct? Do I need to purchase a Belgian Senior ID or is my US passport sufficient to validate my age?

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