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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 fairy tale small city christmas market waffles walk around the main square day trip on foot horse and carriage boat tour ice rink canal trip bell tower fries
They say Bruges is the Venice of the north, but I’ve been to Venice and Bruges is much prettier. Literally every corner you turn is another ooh ahh moment. Lots of tourists, even in October, so I would avoid the busier times.
Took bus from Lille, Fr. Round trip cost appr 20 euros. First time vising the city and i was blown away at how beautiful it was. It was a rainy day so didn't get to enjoy the walk thoroughly but saw enough to want to...More
Bruges certainly has the wow factor, quaint streets, a river/canal with superb boat tours chocolate shops galore, shops selling interesting beers, lovely little restaurants, beautiful churches fascinating architecture lots to see an excellent feel to the market square would love to spend more time there.
Brugge is full of fascinating places,the architecture is beautiful,the cobbled streets and alleyways have a myriad of quaint and modern shops. The squares and cafes are very cosmopolitan and it is a chocoholics paradise. Well worth a visit.
Visiting Brugge was really nice. I have heard of its beauty so many years ago when visiting Europe with a friend, but at that moment we couldn't make it as we had other plans, but this time we made it with my husband. The town...More
Such a beautiful town, steeped in history, stunning architecture, great restaurants and many shops. We only spent the day here, but I'd totally recommend going for a couple of days and booking a walking tour, and perhaps a short trip on the canal, too, it...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.