Like coffee and sports? Get away to relaxing Sint-Pieters!
Venture to Bruges Market Square (Grote Markt) and Bruges Belfry (Belfort)—just two of the top sights around Sint-Pieters, a family-friendly city also known for its cafes.
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The historical heart of Bruges is framed by guild buildings and the Provincial Court. Presiding over the square is the imposing Belfort.
Bruges' multi-aged bell tower dominates the skyline and is the city's most recognizable feature. Views from the top are stunning.
The “lake of love” is a gorgeous spot for a scenic stroll or waterside picnic, a relaxing haven from the busy streets of Bruges' historical center.
Six centuries of Belgian and Flemish art are displayed in one of the country's foremost galleries.
Learn more about the local history when you visit Church of Our Lady, a well-known historical site in Bruges. Add the area's shops or stunning cathedral to your travel plans.
You can find the perfect gifts to bring home when you visit Bruges Christmas Market, a popular shopping spot in Bruges. Discover the area's fascinating museums or seek out its local tours.
Discover Bruges, an immaculately preserved medieval old town, just over the border into Belgium. Team up with an experienced guide to hear stories about this picture-perfect town while you explore charming streets, quaint canals, and exquisite shops selling everything from monk-brewed beer to handmade chocolates.
Discover the undeniable charm of one of Europe's best preserved medieval cities—Bruges—on a comprehensive walking tour. From large town squares and meandering canals to pretty streets and striking architecture, take in the enchanting atmosphere of this illustrious city.
Cross the border into Belgium to explore the picture-perfect Gothic city of Bruges. The unique cobblestone streets and beautiful canals have given it the nickname “Venice of the North.” It's a fascinating blend of medieval architecture and modern European culture.
Head into the Low Countries for a day spent exploring the canals and historic sights of Bruges. With insight into the sights from an audio guide and the freedom to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site at your leisure, this trip gives you a great look at the peaceful charm of West Holland.
Travel back in time to the Middle Ages! The Historium – Bruges’ most visited attraction – lets you step back in time. See how lively Bruges was during the Golden Age in various ways.
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Visitors to Kristus-Koning enjoy its coffee shops, and if you want to do some exploring, Ezelpoort is worth a stop.
The breweries, historical sites and shopping are just a few things travellers enjoy about Sint-Gillis. If you want to experience more of the area, check out Bruges Market Square (Grote Markt) or Bruges Belfry (Belfort).
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Historical Center Bruges is beloved for its popular shops. Take some time to explore sights in the area like Bruges Market Square (Grote Markt) and Bruges Belfry (Belfort).
Visitors to Sint-Kruis appreciate its gardens. A visit to Koelewei Mill and St. John's House Mill might round out your trip if you're looking to see more of the area.
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Sint-Michiels is noteworthy for its forests, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Boudewijn Seapark and Kinepolis Bruges.