Did you know that the Belgian coastal tram is the longest tram line in the world?
The Coastal Tram (Kusttram) runs along Belgium's coast from La Panne to Knokke. 67 km long with 68 stops it takes 2 hours and 21 minutes to travel the whole distance on a fully electrified track. The line is regarded as the world's longest. It runs along the entire length of the Belgian coast, from the French border to the Dutch border, crossing the main streets of seaside towns and serving the coast. The line is built on the seafront and provides uninterrupted views over the North Sea.