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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 walk around christmas market the main square day trip on foot horse and carriage boat tour ice rink bell tower fries architecture chocolate
I don’t know why but Brugge, especially its historic centre, has taken my heart. Maybe because of silence and authentic calmness,maybe because of the architecture; but definitely, I recommend visiting this place.
One of the most interesting cities in Europe. Wonderful building, culture, beer and chocolate! Lots to see and plenty of restaurants although the vegetarian options are mostly pizza, pasta and omlettes so a distinct lack of imagination in this area. Going by Eurostar from the...More
The Historic Center is beautiful and totally worth a visit. I’ve been there twice and would happily go again. You notice something new each time. It is hard to take photos without other people being in them so if you want good photos, I’d recommend...More
You will fall in love with the Historic Centre of Brugge. Open air restaurants, amazing beer and beautiful scenery everywhere you look. If you have to pick ONE place to visit, and are looking for a storybook vacation...this is it. P.S. watch out for the...More
I thoroughly enjoy going to Brugge. My husband and I have been twice already and definitely will return. (However, I will not go during high tourist season as I don’t like very crowded areas. This is a popular place.). The Medieval architecture and feel of...More
Perfect for a weekend away, absolutely beautiful little town steeped with history. Food is excellent, especially the Belgium waffles.
Even though we did not have perfect weather, it was worth visiting this quaint little town.