Monumental Bruges

The historical heart of Bruges beating as only it can for the countless visitors. The ideal guided route for an introduction to the city.

You will encounter a variety of city sights such as the Market Square (Belfry and historical facades), the "Burg" (city castle) square (City Hall, Holy Blood Basilica, Old Recorder's Office), the "Reien" (picturesque canals and waterways), the Fish Market and the College of Europe.

You will wander along famous museums (such as the "Groeninge", "Gruuthuse" and "Brangwyn" museums), the Church of Our Lady (with the statue of a Madonna with Child by Michelangelo), the old Saint John's Hospital with the Memling Museum, almshouses, the Beguinage and the charming waters of the "Minnewater".


Cosmopolitan Bruges


The earlier cosmopolitan cityscape, the glory of the economically thriving Bruges of the 14th and 15th centuries: the 'Burg' (city castle square), the  Market Square, the "Vlaming" street , the "Academie" street, the "Jan van Eyck" square, the Wednesday Market Square, the "Oosterlingen" square (Eastern Europe), Saint Giles' church, the  “Augustijnenrei” (canal), Saint James' Church, the court household "Bladelin", the "Kuipers" (vat makers) street and the Egg Market all in search of  links with the European presence in Bruges at the time.

Quiet Bruges


Discover hidden treasures in a picturesque part of the city as you wander towards the  Saint Walburga Church,  Saint Anne’s church, the Jerusalem church with the lace museum, the museum of folk art, the "Guido Gezelle" museum, the archers' guilds of Saint George and Saint Sebastian, the English cloister, the windmills and the "Potterie" museum and old hospital.