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Train travel in Belgium and Netherlands

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We will be flying into Brussels on a Friday in May and need to get from there to Bruges. Can we take a train directly, or do we need to change at one of the Brussels stations? Can we get tickets at the stations, or do we need reservations so we don't miss a train?

Then we travel from Bruges to Amsterdam on Sunday. Again, can we get tickets when we get to the station. It looks like the trains leave hourly and we have to change in Antwerp or Brussels.
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