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The historic center of Bruges has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000 thanks to its status as one of the commercial and cultural capitals of Europe and its enduring Gothic architecture. The Belgian city center is cited as a great...more
All reviews beautiful city cobbled streets every corner waffles walk around christmas market day trip the main square on foot horse and carriage boat tour ice rink canal trip bell tower fries architecture chocolate
Brugge, Belgium [the capital of West Flanders] is a gorgeous city with wonderful cobbled streets and preserved medieval buildings. The Gothic influence is obvious. Brugge is the prefect place for wandering.
We visites Bruges and its beautiful old city centre on october. Everything was lovely and extremely romantic, the trees in autumn, the Canals, the little typical houses with their fronts and chimneys, the hot chocolate we drank, the bridges, the horses and carriages... You have...More
It was a pleasant trip, by seeing again the wonderful Flemish city. A good destination as a citybreak for every people interested upon (and amazed by) mid age classical day-to-day life, while these traditions were adopted wirhin modern life.
My wife and I took a guided tour our first morning in Bruges. Bruges is a very attractive city, and this part was within walking distance of our hotel. Do visit the Bar Museum, and if you're lucky get a seat overlooking the square.
We spent most of the day visiting the historic centre as its so beautiful with so much to see.
There are hundreds of buildings here that date as far back as the 1200's and are so well made, beautifully kept and just amazing to see....More
The entire centre of Brugge is a wonderful experience. Just to stroll through the medieval streets is amazing, and there are so many museums and shops to explore in this town. Plus the canals are beautiful. Although I didn't get to go on a canal...More
So historic it quickly becomes one of my favorite towns in all of Europe. It's medieval legacy is very visible and adds to the enjoyments of the place. I truly recommend this town and this city center.
No visit to Bruges is complete without a visit to Market Square and the canals.In the square you can see the "Belfry"and just next door in Burg Square is the elegant 16th century "City Hall".A trip on a boat along the canals will allow you...More
I was there few days ago. It's November and wasn't crowded at all. The boat ride in the canal was great, a must do, u get to see and know so much in just that 30 mins ride for a small amount of money. And...More