BRUGES (Brugge)
 
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Eating

Sleeping facilities

Going out in Bruges

Fixed events

Beguinage
Belfry and halls
Chapel of the Holy Blood
Court of the Princes
Dunes abbey
Guild houses of Bruges
Hospices of Bruges
Jerusalem church
Nation houses
Our Ladies church
Poortersloge
St-Anna's church
St-Donatian's cathedral
St-John's hospital
St-Saviour's cathedral
Town gates
Town hall
Windmills of Bruges
Complete overview...

Archeology museum
Brangwyn museum
Brewery museum
Chocolate museum
Diamant museum
Folklore museum
Frites museum
Groeninghe museum
Guido Gezelle museum
Halve Maan
Lace museum
Lamps museum
Memling museum
Museum of Fine Arts
Salvador Dali museum
St-Janshuismill
St-John's hospital
Complete overview...


Boterhuis
Boudewijn Seapark
Burg
Canals (Reien)
Coupure
De Garre
Grote Markt
Historium
Huidevettersplein
Jan Van Eyckplein
Lake of Love (Minnewater)
Rozenhoedkaai
Simon Stevinplein
't Zand
Complete overview...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sleeping in Bruges

Being a touristic top location in Belgium, there are many sleeping facilities in and around Bruges (hostels, youth hostels, bed and breakfasts, hotels,...).  Since it can be very crowdy during high season, check well in advance for accomodation that you like.  If you are planning to spend several days in the area you might also consider staying a few days in the countryside near Bruges.  There are several very nice little towns and villages (such as Damme, Oostkerke, Lissewege,...) that are worth a detour.  The surrounding "polders" are very nice for walking and cycling.  The sea and places like Sluis (known for shopping) are closeby so depending on the weather, you have different options.

 

 

 


getting to Bruges
transport, tours, links,...

Assebroek
Bruges
Dudzele
Koolkerke
Kristus Koning
Lissewege
Male
Sint-Andries
Sint-Jozef
Sint-Kruis
Sint-Michiels
Sint-Pieters
Zeebruges
Zwankendamme


 

 

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