Travel through the beautiful French countryside to Bruges, Belgium, a charming town called the "Little Venice of the North."
If you're lucky – in one day you will have time to walk around the city center, take ride on a boat and drink a cup of coffee in a cozy cafe. Even one day in Brugge will charge you with the energy of the city, which is able to accommodate thousands of tourists per day, who are striving to capture every corner of the city and take some pleasant memories from this trip.
It is very easy to travel to Bruges from Paris. Bruges is located 100 kilometres northwest of the Belgian capital, and is a magnet for tourists from all over the world. The city has gained its worldwide fame thanks to its history, in the middle ages Bruges was an important trading port and conducted trade with England's closest neighbors - France and Holland. The second wave of its publicity the city received in 2008 during the screen release of Martin McDonagh's film "Lay low in Bruges". The film was included in the list of "top 50 movies according to IMDb".
BRUGES TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
The uniqueness of Bruges is in its amazing ability to harmoniously combine the past and modern life. Past and modernity achievements harmoniously complete each other. The historic centre is listed by the world heritage list of UNESCO. In Bruges, like in many European cities, the old town is preserved, later it was surrounded with new areas.
Stroll through the bustling squares of the city center, hundreds of tourists are walking in a nature during the sunny day, visit spacious green parks and quiet streets. Each street is a godsend for the photographer, here you can wander, visiting courtyards and enjoy the beauty of the paintings.
Minnewater Lake (Minnewater) formed at the several channels intersection and is called "Lake of love". At any time of the year you can meet here white swans, who are gliding gracefully across the lake surface. This place is full of romance and always attracts loving hearts to take a walk along the lake.
CANALS OF BRUGES
Bruges is called as the Venice of the North for its canals, which are passing in the center. Weather permitting, the town guests love to ride on a boat on the canals. The average boat ride lasts 40 minutes, during that time you will hear the story of some of the buildings and legends, associated with the well-known places.
THE CHOCOLATE MUSEUM
In Bruges is opened the Museum of chocolate - another attraction of the city. The museum is located in the Central part of the city at the following address: Wijnzakstraat 2 8000 Brugge. In the Museum you will learn the history of chocolate creation and development of the production technology.
EXTRA CHARGES: any entrance tickets must be purchased for additional cost.