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Burg Square

Hoogstraat and Breidelstraat, Brugge, B8000, Bruges, Belgium
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Hoogstraat and Breidelstraat, Brugge, B8000, Bruges, Belgium
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Reviewed today

An essential place to visit in Bruges - the medieval architecture is stunning and the churches and museums there are excellent - highly recommended.

Reviewed yesterday

This is one of 2 main squares in Bruges, but not as packed with tourists as the Market Square. This place is especially nice when it's quieter and that when you get to see the wide open space of the square and the beautiful buildings...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Beautiful buildings, lots of history, very clean. Lots of things to see, places to eat and seating for watching the world go by.

Thank Valramsden101
Reviewed 4 days ago

Nice spot if you like history and buildings. Lots of photo opportunities. Grab a waffle and a drink and watch the world go by in beautiful surroundings.

Thank chilledouttouris2017
Reviewed 6 days ago

The Burg Square in Bruge is the smaller of two medieval Squares in the city. Within it you can see The Town Hall, The Bishops Palace and The Holy Blood Basilica. It is a popular tourist attraction and a meeting place for locals who gravitate...More

Thank Reacher33
Reviewed 6 days ago

Not as big as Markt Square but nicer and a lot more classy.....not as busy as the main Square but busy enough to look elsewhere for a quiet drink and a nice meal......the gorgeous architecture is the main highlight here

Thank Mathew M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful, well worth the walk from the car park. I was told there are "free guided tours", did not see the guide. But they depend on tips. Do stop in the smaller chocolate shops, they give samples and take pictures.

Thank Lovetocruise2020
Reviewed 1 week ago

Burg Square seems to miss out a bit by being overshadowed by the nearby Markt, yet it is equally beautiful and usually less crowded. It is also where the museum and Chapel of the Holy Blood can be accessed, as well as the lane down...More

Thank lizrowley
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The smaller of the 2 squares but with some fine buildings none the less. One side is open with cycle racks and waffle and chip vans take the edge off the ambience.

Thank Conqueror17
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a beautiful area little more expensive in the bars in fact we were told to stay away as you are told 1 price in some of the bars, but when the bill comes its been trebled. the buildings are stunning and full of...More

Thank shazon24
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How do you hire skates or book tickets for the ice rink in market square in Bruges?
20 November 2016|
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Response from David C | Reviewed this property |
??? Thanks
Belle H
1) What is the average temperature in June near the foothills? 2) Are there other restaurants and local sightseeing a walking distance away from the hotel? 3) We are looking at using a Wowcher deal to stay with you for 5 nights half-board, is there a way we can upgrade to full-board? Or even better all-inclusive? If yes, how much would the additional cost be for 2 persons? 4) If we were to do one day sightseeing what would you recommend and what is the approximate cost? 5) Is there a fridge in the room? 6) What is the temperature of the pool in June? Kind Regards, Belle
27 November 2015|
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Response from aussiewanderers | Reviewed this property |
Your questions make little sense in the context of Bruges.
janice r s
what cost is a cab from the port of zeebrugge to the centre of Bruges
30 March 2015|
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Response from pixiegypsie | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, we had our own car. Call a travel agent, they should be able to let you know the answer.