Bruges (in Dutch: Brugge), is one of the most visited towns in Belgium. It is the capital of the province of West Flanders, and is also the seat of the Bishop of Brugge.
From the Bruges Travel Guide
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Very nice people and staff. Other travelers were friendly. Breakfast was served a bit early but worth getting up for. Not too far from the city center nor the train station. the common area and cheap bar were a nice bonus; would definitely recommend it! ... more
St. Christopher's Bauhaus was a great place to stay in Bruges. It is located inside the outer circle of the canals and from the hostel it is easy to walk to the center of town. The hostel was clean and the room I stayed in was large and comfortable. It was very quiet at night. ... more
Brussels, Ghent, Bruges and Ostend
Hello! We are going on a trip to Belgium. We will pass by Brussels, Bruges and Ostend. We have the choice of spending half day in Bruges and half day in Ghent, or a whole day in Bruges. I am wondering if it is better to spend a whole day in Bruges. What do you suggest? Is Ghent not to be missed? Is it very ...
Bruges Historic Center
Hi Guys, This Friday I'll be flying in to Brussels and over the weekend, I will be on my own in exploring Brussels and I'm looking at going to Bruges by my own. I see that I can purchase a train ticket from Brussels to Brugge station. I'm wondering though, how can I get myself into the Historic Center ...
Charloroi airport to Bruge
Hello I am after some information on getting from Brussells Charloroi to Bruge. I land at 08.50 on a sunday morning and I believe I need to take a bus and then a train to Bruge? I do not mind doing this but I am worried about getting back to the airport on the Tuesday morning as I have to be there for 07 ...
16th November 2011
Today it climbed to a top of 4 °C . I don't ever remember being so cold. The whole day was overcast, foggy and pretty miserable. We left Ghent and drove to Bruges, but I really didn't want to get ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny