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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
A medieval city which can be explored easily on foot. However, it's touristy and overcrowded.
The restaurants are very expensive.
A warning: be aware of the abundance of public toilets. Toilets are at the main rail station, the central square (with barriers in the basement...More
Bruges is undoubtably one of the most lovely cities in Europe. It is geared up for tourists, yes, but that’s actually part of the charm and I think because of that you get an “we’re all in it together” type of feeling! There’s a lot...More
Bruges is a really lovely town which, although touristy, retains the peace and old world ambience of an old European city. Very many places of interest to visit. When I got home, I missed the clip- clip of the horses hooves . Pedestrian areas ,...More
Wow wow wow. Awesome city stepped in history. Every corner has something new to look at. Beautiful architecture stunning buildings. We just wandered around most of the day and had dinner at bierbrasserie Cambrinus. Highly recommend this place just delicious !!!
What a beautiful city...More
Loved walking around the city centre. The architect was nice to see. The only downside and this is going to sound silly coming from a tourist, was the influx of tourist each day from the cruise ships was unbelievable at least 30 coach’s a day...More
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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.
Hi! The Hotel name is Ibis Brugge Centrum. It is a part of the ACCOR Hotel group and you can book using their website. Do not confuse this hotel with another Ibis Hotel which is next to Brugge train station. Enjoy!