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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 small city waffles christmas market walk around the main square day trip on foot horse and carriage boat tour ice rink canal trip bell tower fries architecture
Love Bruges. 2nd visit to this city & managed a horse & carriage ride & a Zot brewery trip as well as shopping, eating & drinking. Always lots to see with fabulous cafes/restaurants to sit & soak up the atmosphere.
My daughter and I just decided to pop here for the weekend, WOW is an understatement. Brugge is beautiful. We went on a walking tour, the guide was informative about the architecture, there are so many incredible buildings and for me not a historian, I...More
The architecture in the city center is incredible. Completely different architecture from France, more conservative but just as beautiful. This is a great town to visit for a few days, plenty of great restaurants, brew pubs, and shopping. Think horse drawn carriages, hot chocolate and...More
I spent a week in the amazing city of Brugges. The city itself is a hub of activity.
The amazing food waterways, cathedrals, architecture and people just make this city a must to see.
When you walk through the cobble stone streets you can immediately...More
Beautifully maintained city. We stayed in the old city - colourful houses, canals, stone laid roads, fall Colors in the gardens and pathways. The city had everything. We took a canal boat ride which was good. It is a great place to walk around. Loved...More
We walked around Bruges using a sightseeing map but also used the horse and carriage ride to get a commentary and see as much as we could in a short while. There is also a coash trip from The Marklt available,.
The historic center of Bruges is a wonderful place to visit and hang out. Great people watching, restaurants and museums make it a busy place. We liked the Historium, a history museum on the square that was informative and entertaining. The view from the tower...More
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We have recently done a similar tour with Azamara and you need to factor in a minimum one hour travelling to and from Ostende where your ship is most likely to be berthed. There is, however, plenty of interesting attractions... More
We have recently done a similar tour with Azamara and you need to factor in a minimum one hour travelling to and from Ostende where your ship is most likely to be berthed. There is, however, plenty of interesting attractions to see but a 3-4 hours Guided Tour should suffice for your first visit.
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You need to go Brussels South station (the same one as the Euro train). There are usually about 2 trains an hour but none of them are directly to Bruges. We took the Ostend train traveling to Bruges and the Brussels train... More
You need to go Brussels South station (the same one as the Euro train). There are usually about 2 trains an hour but none of them are directly to Bruges. We took the Ostend train traveling to Bruges and the Brussels train back.
Beautiful city hope you enjoy it.