Bruges

picture courtesy of Guardami - Annick De Decker

Because of its intact medieval town centre, Bruges has become one of the most populair city trip destinations in Belgium. The old facades reflect in the canals and give Bruges its charm. Time stood still here. The entire town centre is onthe Unesco World Heritage list since 2000. Admire beautiful buildings, stately churches, wandering canals and picturesque alleys.

On our tour we will will devote attention to: the Lake of Love, the Beguinage, the Walplein with the "de Halve Maan" brewery, the St.-John's Hospital with masterpieces by Hans Memling, the Church of Our Lady with Michelangelo's Madonna, the Gruuthuse Museum, the Dijver with the Groeninghe museum in which you can admire works of art by Jan Van Eyck. The Tanners' Sqaure, The Fish market, The Burgplein with the town hall, the Market Square with teh Belfry, the Cloth Halle, the former post office, the guild houses, etc.

Fancy a boat trip on the canals? Plenty of time for that during the lunch break.

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Beguinage: picture courtesy of Guardami - Annick De Decker

Lake of Love: picture courtesy of Guardami - Annick De Decker

Gruuthuse Palace

St.-Johns Hospital

the tower of the Church of Our Lady and St.John Nepomuk