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sincerely.a.traveller
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted about 2 years ago
Brugge/Bruges is a little town which has canals flowing through its heart. You know how amsterdam is crowded with bridges and canals. Brugge is same but on quiter side and it offers worlds best collection of beers. Infact, there is a beer wall in Bruge which hold worlds largest collection of Beer bottles and beers. My one stop beer favorite.
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the_wild_wanderlust
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Bruges
Posted about 2 years ago
Everything works until 5pm, then everything is closed in the city. Very touristically and romantic. This small city has many canals to explore by boat, beautiful churches, delicious food, chocolates and beers.
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thatanxioustraveller
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted about 2 years ago
One of Belgium's most scenic cities, Bruges charms from start to finish. Medieval buildings and pretty canals combine to provide a throughly lovely city to walk around, and soak in the atmosphere.
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nomadlyroaming
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
Bruges is a fairytale city, it’s small and easy to get around by foot, I loved strolling along the canals and finding the best places for a sneaky kiss
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kel_anne_hunt
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
Often referred to as the Venice of the North- it's easy to see why, with Bruges picturesque canals and cobbled streets. Join one of the Legends of Bruges free walking tours to learn all about the myths and legends of the city.
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myworldonplate
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
A small city with balance of heritage and modern style. Right from food to monuments and activities, it has something to offer to everyone.
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sightseeingskiv
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted about 2 years ago
Brugge is a beautiful place to visit. Wind through the many streets to see plenty of horse drawn carriages, canal boats and beautiful buildings which make this city so culturally beautiful.
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tales.of.wanderlust
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
Bruges is so perfectly quaint that it almost feels like an amusement park village. Take a carriage ride, do a brewery tour to see Trappists' beer history, stop at Dumon Chocolatier, and eat the frites with the many dipping sauces they offer.
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hannah
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
Hostels: Snuffel Hostel o Attractions: Canal Boat Ride, Burg Square, Markt Square, Choco Story, Beguinage, Minnewater Lake of Love o Restaurants: Lizzie's Wafels, Books and Brunch, Bistro Den Huzaar o Bars: De Halve Maan Brewery
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delaneykellenher
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
100% Take a day trip to Brugge, don’t need to do a tour, just take trains there and back, there is a special ticket price for students I think
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landon
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
Far better than Brussels - go to Bruges for a quintessential European town with narrow walking streets, great history (the church of the sacred blood) and, oh, incredible street waffles
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rylie
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
literally my favorite place ever, I went here with my family during Christmas time and it was so beautiful and it is a small little town that is adorable and Belgium has amazing beer, chocolate and waffles so its heaven.
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jmayaway
Bruges, Flanders
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
Picture a fairy-tale medieval town and this is was Bruges felt like to me. Architecture, waffles and history will leave you wanting more.
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mikayla
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Bruges
Posted over 2 years ago
I LOVE THIS CITY!!! I went to brussels and bruges and I thought bruges was WAY better. It is a much smaller city but it is cleaner, safer, cuter and just an overrall better experience. You really only need to spend one day/night here to do it all, but if you want to pace yourself then I say stay 2 or 3 nights. The whole city is walkable and has great history, shopping, street food, view points and so much more.
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