Bruges is a breathtaking city, a beauty hidden in the flat fields of Flanders. Every stone reminds you of the glorious past of this harbor city, which many centuries ago was connected to the North Sea.
The stunning Belfry overlooks the market square, where merchants once sold cloth produced with the finest wool imported from England.
In a final flourish, the Burgundians added their finishing touches and made it the cultural capital of their territories.

The Venice of the North


Explore the streets of Bruges by foot and by the famous canal boats.
Highlights: the Beguinage, the Church of Our Lady with the Madonna by Michelangelo, the old historic St. John’s hospital, the Belfry, the Burg Square, the Town Hall, Gruuthuse residence and the Basilica of the Holy Blood.


Memling museum
Groeninge museum
Historic windmills
Lace museum
Gruuthuse Residence
Brewery ‘Straffe Hendrik – Half Moon’
Chocolate museum
Diamond museum


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