Bruges has been proclaimed a world heritage site by UNESCO and there are many good reasons for this. Like no other, the historic town centre, with its alleys, houses, churches, canals and museums, is very well preserved.
This is the central square of the city, where you'll find the Belfry, the colourful Guild houses, horse-drawn carriages and the Historium, the experience that will take you back to the Middle Ages.
Towering at a height of 83 meters. After climbing the 366 medieval steps, you'll be rewarded with a breathtaking view of Bruges and the surrounding countryside.
A majestic square in Bruges, dominated by the 14th century town hall and the Basilica of the Holy Blood.
Where the Groenerei and the Dijver come together, you’ll find the Rozenhoedkaai (Rosary Quay). For years this has been the most photographed spot of Bruges. This is Bruges in its most charming way.
Some spots are so beautiful that it takes your breath away. A walled oasis of religious tranquillity centered around an imposing courtyard.
Church of Our Lady
One of the 3 towers of the Bruges skyline. The second highest brick church tower in the world. Inside you can admire the white marble "Madonna with child" by Michelangelo.