Bruges city breaks
Charming, romantic, effortlessly striking, historical and exciting, Burges is not only the cultural capital of Europe it’s invigoratingly stimulating too. Welcoming you in lays the ‘Lake of Love.’ Glistening and reflective it creates perfect scope for some of the best panoramic views around. At the medieval heart of the city lies the market square. Free from traffic this is one of the most attractive parts of the city and is a hub of activity from morning until close. Take a balloon ride over the city where you can really absorb the genius of the delicate architecture and artistic treasures Bruges is so famous for. At night, floodlit buildings stand out beautifully against the warm night sky and candlelit restaurants welcome you in with a delicious array of fine food. Bruges is a special place with all the ingredients fit to charm the Queen, and will spoil any passerby time and time again.
Places to visit and top tips:
- The Eurotunnel is a very popular method of reaching Bruges thanks to its quick and efficient nature. Book in advance to get reduced ticket prices.
- Don’t forget to go and hand choose yourselves some fresh chocolates – they are divine!
- Saturday is market day at Tzand and you can pick up some delicious cheese to take home.
- Take a horse and carriage ride along the cobbled streets and see Bruges in a slightly different light