A few weeks ago, I took my husband to Belgium for 4 days break to celebrate his birthday. During our stay we spend most of our time in Brussels but we also went on a day-trip to Bruges.
Bruges is Belgium’s most perfectly preserved medieval town and its stunning architecture attracts over two million visitors every year. If you Belgian fries, waffles, seafood and beer then you should definitely make your way there.
Bruges is the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the northwest of the country. The historic city center is a prominent World Heritage Site of UNESCO. The city’s total population is slightly over 120,000 of whom around 20,000 live in the city center.
There’s lots to see in this beautiful city often referred to as the Venice of the North.
Here is a short list of my suggestions:
- Belfry and Halle;
- Town Hall;
- Groeninge Museum;
- Church of our Lady.
I hope you enjoyed reading this review.