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Cobbled streets, soaring towers, dramatic churches, waterways, whitewashed houses, Bruges is one of Europe’s most picturesque cities and very popular amongst students of history, architecture and European culture. With historic buildings and monuments all around, exploring by foot is highly recommended. Then, after pounding the streets, you can always take the weight off your feet with a leisurely canal tour. A visit to the unusual 800-year-old hospital museum is highly recommended – full of fascinating stories. You’ll also need to make time to visit Roose’s Chocolate World, for some serious chocolate research; after all, no visit to Bruges would be complete without sampling lots of the local produce.
4-8 Per room
In picturesque Bruges, nothing is far away. Nevertheless, our accommodation is always central. The Hi Europa is 15 minutes from the train station. Staffed by locals with diverse and useful experience of the city.
This accommodation is great for a base to explore the city; it even has a bar, gardens and wifi throughout.
4-8 Per room
Staying at the Bauhaus will make you feel like a local. Located just off the waterfront, maybe it's the stereotypical Belgian bar with the giant clock or the cobbled street you have to walk down to get to the entrance; but the Bauhaus should be your #1 choice if you really want to immerse yourself as a Brugger.