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Bruges is a town in Flanders, the northern portion of Belgium. Comparatively refined and conventional given its petite size, it is one of the best conserved pre-motorised towns in Europe and provides the type of beauty hardly obtainable anywhere else. Bruges is a postcard ideal halt on any trip of Europe and it is yours to tour with all-inclusive holidays to Bruges from Travel Center. Cycling in Bruges is the ideal method to find the historical hub. Bruges inhabitants make extreme use of their bikes. Up to 60% of all arriving traffic in the city hub are cyclists. Bruges could be illustrated as a city where cycling is acquainted and where the city government puts a lot of attempt to boost cycling in this city. Once over the surrounding canal and within the city walls, Bruges closes in around you with street after street of delightful ancient houses and a canal always close-by. Chocolate shops are abundant and the quality is always high. There are lots of arts and crafts outlets too, with some brilliant native designers. Discover Bruges by booking all-inclusive holidays to Bruges with Travel Center comprising of in-expensive flights, cheap lodgings and flexible booking choices. Organise your holiday to Bruges right away!


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +1:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, CityJet, Blue Islands, Brussels Airlines



Best Time to Travel

April to May

Modes of Transport

Train, Car, Bus, Canal boat, Ferry

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Belfry & Halle

The south part of Bruges' Markt (the principal courtyard) is controlled by the Halle with the belfry - one unique monument - gliding over it. The Halle was started in 1248 and twice expanded, initially in the 14th century and then afterwards in the 16th century, and once served as the city's chief market place.

Basilica of the Holy Blood

This rules above the central plaza famous as the Burg, the church is popular for the crystal vial stored inside that is thought to hold a drop of Christ's blood carried back from the Holy Land by Dietrich of Alsace in 1149 on his return from the Second Crusade.


A busy chief courtyard, encircled on all parts by excellent structures from a range of various times. The eastern part is controlled by the Neo-Gothic Provincial Hof structure which dates from 1887 and is the chair of the West-Vlaanderen provincial government. On the western portion, is the appealing brick 15th Century Huis Bouchoute.

Town Hall

Built amid 1376 and 1420, the front of the exquisite medieval construction exhibits the powerful upright prominent feature of the style, with gliding monuments, three of which finish in octagonal towers, parted by tall medieval curved windows. Sculptures of the counts of Flanders from Baldwin Iron Arm ahead pack the 49 niches.

Liberty of Bruges

Some pieces of the ancient structure have lasted, plus the attractive 16th-century facade looking-over the canal at the back. One or two of the more ancient rooms inside are currently the Brugse Vrije Museum and could be appreciated by tourists.

Groeninge Museum

Travel to the Dijver Canal, to tour the Groeninge Museum (Stedelijk Museum voor Schone Kunst), possessing Bruges' top group of art. Besides its superb funding of Old Flemish portraits, the museum also includes a museum of current art and an excellent group of sights of ancient Bruges.

Church of Our Lady

The 112-meter-tall tower of the Church of Our Lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk) is the highest in Belgium. Work started on the center and pathways during 1230, the outer paths and chapels being attached during the 14th and 15th centuries, it possesses plenty of art riches.

Memling Museum

Here six beautiful works by Hans Memling (ca. 1430-94) are on display, everyone a gem of Old Flemish art. Excellent even amid these is the Reliquary of St. Ursula (1489), identified as one of the master's most significant handiwork. Barely less popular is the Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine, sketched for St. John altar.


An ancient structure in Bruges, it was established in the 12th century. Look up at the tympanum, above the paved up gate to the left of the Mariastraat entry, decorated with reliefs displaying the Virgin, which carry’s the date 1270.


Béguinage (Prinselijk Begijnhof ten Wijngaerde) with its white 17th-century homes assembled around a green, tree-covered yard. It was established in 1245 by Margaret of Constantinople, and currently is the residence of Benedictine nuns. the earlier béguine homes have been transformed into the Begijnhof museum, which provides a captivating perception into life in the béguinage.