“Venice of the North”Bruges is known for its small canals all over the inner city and the beautiful bridges that come with them. A variety of boat trips offer a unique alternatief of exploring the city and view all the popular sights like the Belfort and St. Janshospitaal. The 5 different places to get on the boat make for a flexibility in your trip.
Unique tasteful marketBruges’ market is located on walking distance of the many historical sights. You will find the symbolic statue of local heroes Jan Breydel and Pieter de Coninck in the middle of the square. The unique surroundings with cosy restaurants is easily accessible from many B&B’s in the center.
Discover The Belfort TowerThe medieval tower is one of Bruges’ ultimate highlights. Every hour, the 47 clocks make for a special carillon. Experiencing the view from the top of the Belfort is definitely something to put on your bucket list as well. Bed and Breakfast Bruges offers a complete overview of all available B&B’s in the area.
Prinselijk Begijnhof ten WijngaerdeThe small white houses, dating back to 1245, are located by a small lake. The Begijnhof is only accessible via the Wijngaard bridge, which makes for a stunning scene. The oldest house is now used as a museum showing the 17th century life as the Begijnen houses are still representative for this period of time.
Bruges with a historical twistThe auto-free zone in the center gives Bruges a special and tasteful vibe. You will also still find remains of the town ramparts. We recommend the 4 well-maintained town-gates: Kruispoort, Smedenpoort, Ezelpoort, and Gentpoort. Choose your favourite BnB within or outside of the city on Bed and Breakfast Bruges.