Weekend in Bruges, Belgium

This was actually my second time visiting Bruges, but really my first experience of enjoying the sightseeing. I’ve slightly remembered the first time I went there, as it was only for couple hours in the evening, so I basically didn’t see anything.

I didn’t expect that Bruges has a lot attractive views and lovely architecture. It reminds me of Lille, France, only this one has canal ways.

Make sure you wear sneakers when you visit this town. The pathway made from old cobblestones, and you will do lots of walking. Normally, I’m kind of person that hate walking, yet I’ve really enjoyed walking trough the small streets and taking pictures of the city. If you are a beer person, you will be very happy. Bruges has bars in every single street (I might be exaggerated a bit), but I mean really, I’ve never seen too many bars and restaurants like every 10 m I’ve walked! 🙂

 

Where to stay

Hotel Jacobs

Address : Baliestraat 1, 8000 Bruges, Belgium

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The Jacobs Hotel Brugge is housed in one of the typical stepped-gable buildings that give Bruges its fairy-tale atmosphere, and is near the Langerei, one of the picturesque canals that once transported cargo for the medieval textile industry. (source: click here)

What to see

1.
The Market Square
2.
The Canal ways
3.
Flandres Architectures

 

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2 thoughts on “Weekend in Bruges, Belgium”

  1. Awesome! I miss Bruge and Belgium in general. I visited there about 11 years ago and had a great time in the city of Bruge for sure. I enjoyed walking around the streets as well as the beers. Did you walk to the top of the Belfry? Here is a link to a picture I took from the top (https://stillthinking.me/wordless-wednesday-1012/), wish it would have been nicer out but it was an amazing view!

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