The Venice of Belgium.

But Belgium did it better!
Every season of the year Brugge is charming & interesting and well worth a visit.
The biggest parts of all buildings are often more than 400 years old and the streets are small and narrow, so the best way to go is by foot. Walking down the streets hand in hand, discovering all the small shops and café´s.
The town is filled with beautiful side streets and wonderful architecture along the river that runs trough the town.
You can find very odd small shops filled with all you can imagine! You maby want a tea-pot shaped as a giraffe or a

Me and my boyfriend went to Brugge in the autumn. None of us had been there before. We had high expectations for this town, several friends had been talking very warmly about the city. We weren’t disappointed.

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