The charm of this city called Bruges and located in the Flanders region lies in its medieval towers, beguinage, buildings, canals, cobblestone streets, etc. Not for nothing was it declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In this beautiful city nicknamed the Venice of the North, you can admire its medieval urban center dominated by the bell tower of its Plaza Mayor. As the center is closed to vehicles, you can walk and explore on foot or taking a boat trip through its canals.
Along with the Burg Square, the Market Square is one of the most atmospheric places in the city. In it the majestic Bell Tower is located, and in the center of the square two sculptures of popular heroes.
In this square you will find the Bruges Town Hall building and the Basilica of the Holy Blood. In the City Hall of Bruges you should not miss its impressive Gothic Room and the Courtroom.
Belfry Tower of Bruges
At 83 meters high, it is one of the most emblematic buildings in the city. It has 47 bells and to see the panoramic views of the city, you must climb 366 steps.
Canals of Bruges
Its canals are essential to go through, being able to do it through cruises in the barges predisposed for it. Every corner is unique.
San Bonifacio Bridge
Located in the center of the city, it is hidden in the Aretnshof park, behind the Church of Our Lady and next to the Groeninge museum. A place that will enchant you among the lush trees and the medieval stone houses.
Church of Our Lady
Although we have given a brief brushstroke review of the charm of this beautiful city, without a doubt any corner will surprise you, as is this magical place that seems to come out of the Middle Ages and totally transports you back in time.
The Church of Our Lady, at 122.3 meters high, is the tallest structure in the city and the second tallest brick tower in the world.
Every corner of Bruges has its special charm and magic. Do not stop enjoying placing yourself in its medieval stage. You will also find small shops where you can taste the exquisite Belgian chocolate that will delight the most exquisite palate.