Brugge is a beautiful citybreak, weekend getaway and takes only around 3-4 hours by Eurostar from London.

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Cycling

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Windmill

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Here’s a few recommendations:

 
Getting Around: 
Renting a bike is the best way to get around the city. You can rent a bike from as little as 6 euro per hour or 12 euro for a day. 
Another great way to see the city is by canal tour at around 8 euro
 

Things to do:

 
– Climb The 366 step Belfry Tower for amazing view of the city.
– Take a bike tour to Damme, a picturesque town approximately 8km out of Brugge along some beautiful canals.
– Sample some Belgian Cuisine such as Flemish Stew, Chips, chips and more chips, Waffles and Chocolate.
– Take in some of the historical sites such as The Church of Our Lady which houses the famous Madonna & Child, stolen by the nazi’s during world war 2. 
The Basilica of The Holy Blood, Burg Square or the main Markt. 
 

Getting Around: 

Renting a bike is the best way to get around the city. You can rent a bike from as little as 6 euro per hour or 12 euro for a day. 
Another great way to see the city is by canal tour at around 8 euro
 

Eating Out:

If you’re planning on eating out, do yourself a favour and keep away from the main Markt Square as prices are almost double the norm. 
Head a few streets off the centre of town and find some great cuisine at prices that won’t break the bank. 
 

Nightlife: 

 
Why not sample some of Belgium’s famous beer and Brugge’s famous nightlife around the main Markt Square. Cafe Nano & De Coulissen is our pick of the bunch.