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Please help with transportation suggestions in Belgium

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Hi everyone, I'll be in Belgium for 4 days and staying in Antwerp. I'd like to see Bruges, Ghent, Brussels and Leuven. I saw on Belgium's train website that they offer different passes such as the Key Card, Rail Pass and Jump. I don't think the Key Card would work for me since they're meant for short trips around a train station. (Am I understanding this correctly?) For traveling between those cities, would the Rail Pass be best? And for traveling within each of the cities, would bus be better or the metro? Is there a metro pass that would be cheaper? Thanks so much in advance!

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