Introducing Bruges

As one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Bruges is a destination that is not to be missed. From its cute cobbled streets and its elegant canals to its striking medieval architecture and its bustling city squares, Bruges paints a romantic picture of the West Flanders region in Belgium’s Northwest. The city and its famous port area has long been an important centre for fishing and European trade, and Bruges’ passion and dedication to producing the finest beer and the finest chocolate makes it one of the most coveted cities in the world. If you’re looking to indulge in world of gastronomy or you want to reconnoitre a realm of historical wonder, let the beauty of Bruges win you over with its superb mix of culture and contemporary attractions.

Highlights of Bruges

The city’s central square, home to historical attractions such as the 12th-century Belfry of Bruges and the gothic Provincial Court.
Don’t miss the Groeningemuseum, a museum dedicated to classical Flemish art.
St. Salvator's Cathedral
Visit the beautiful St. Salvator's Cathedral and go inside to see the amazing stained glass windows and various artworks.
Church of Our Lady
A church which originally dates back to the 13th Century and is the tallest structure in the city.
Beguinage is an architectural complex and UNESCO World Heritage Site which was a former home to the beguines.
Take a tour to the old city gates; the Kruispoort dates back to the 15th Century and is the best preserved of the city’s four remaining gates.

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