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From Bruges: Day Trip to Ghent

1. From Bruges: Day Trip to Ghent

Take a guided bus and walking tour from Bruges to the medieval city of Ghent. See the city's iconic sights, including St. Nicholas Church, the Municipal Bell Tower, and the Castle of the Counts of Flanders. Depart from Bruges on a bus and find yourself walking the streets of Ghent after a short ride. Take a trip back to medieval times as you stroll between canals and monuments. Cross St. Michael's Bridge to get to the stunning facades along the Graslei Pier. Visit St. Nicholas Church, the 14th-century Municipal Bell Tower, and St. Bavon's Cathedral. Admire the priceless artwork inside the cathedral. Continue from the cathedral and past the Town Hall, distinguished by its mix of several architectural styles. Arrive at the Castle of the Counts of Flanders, where you'll learn about its history and importance during the medieval period. Next, discover Vrijdagmarkt Square and take in the magic of Ghent as you walk through its canals. Enjoy some free time to explore on your own after your guided tour. Afterward, get transferred back to Bruges.

From Paris: Private Bruges Tour

2. From Paris: Private Bruges Tour

Enjoy a 12-hour  private tour of Bruges from Paris. Take advantage of a private vehicle with a chauffeur at your disposition, and a local expert guide in Bruges for 3 hours. The city of Bruges is located in the Northwest of Belgium, known as the ''Venice of the North''. Your guide will show you the main attractions of the city, starting with the historical center declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After you see the old town, you will visit other places like the Belfry – known for being one of the most famous landmarks in Belgium – the Basilica of the Holy Blood, and the Groeninge Museum that holds paintings of the most famous Flemish artists.  You will also get to see the Church of Our Lady, known for being the tallest in Belgium. Visit a relic from Medieval times at the Béguinage.To finish with the tour, you will have some time to admire the streets of the city and to try its typical gastronomy before your chauffeur takes you back to Paris.

Private Sightseeing Tour to Bruges from Amsterdam

3. Private Sightseeing Tour to Bruges from Amsterdam

Enjoy one of Belgium’s most incredible cities on this Bruges private day-trip from Amsterdam. Take the stress out of traveling, with this private car service that will have you picked up at your accommodation in Amsterdam, and taken to Bruges in a luxury vehicle. Bruges is the city of canals and it is one of many European cities to have been dubbed ‘The Venice of the North’. With so many waterways crisscrossing the city, it’s easy to see why a boat tour is one of the most popular things to do in Bruges. You’ll have approximately 4 to 5-hours to explore this great city and discover for yourself, all of its churches, canals and plenty of time to snap photos of the iconic windmills and sample famous Belgian chocolates. See the Holi Blood Basilica, make a nice canal cruise, a ride in a horse carriage, climb the Belfort tower, visit the Our lady church with the famour marble Madonna with child from the great artist Michael Angelo. Your day of adventure will end with a private return trip back to Amsterdam, taking the stress out of your travels and ensuring you enjoy a scenic ride along the way. 

Trip Express to Bruges from Ghent

4. Trip Express to Bruges from Ghent

A walking tour enjoying its canals while we talk about why it has a certain rivalry with Ghent; about its town hall, which is one of the oldest in Europe; about the only relic that holds the blood of Christ, or about its famous beguinary. What is it? There are many fascinating stories in Bruges and this is one of them. Why is there a bear on the Bruges shield? Why is Rozenhoedkaai the most photographed place in Bruges? And if you like beer… You'll be amazed! And not only because of the number of different types, it's because you can step in it when you walk through the streets of the city! You will see the second-tallest brick tower in the world, the first Miguel Ángel's masterpiece to leave Italy and the Lake of Love, which was the first pier in the medieval city. So romantic! But there will also be more mysterious stories. Why swans are the protagonists of the “death” of Bruges? How is it possible you can eat in a restaurant where an emperor was imprisoned? Or…why there is a bridge built with tombstones from a pilgrims' hospital? You'll be surprised! By the way, don't forget to try the gastronomy because it has a lot of history. Special mention, of course, goes to chocolate, which is still produced traditionally. But, what about its famous frites? One of the city's most curious museums is the frites museum. Incredible! Bruges is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and one of the best preserved medieval cities in the world. Maybe, for this reason, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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4.2 / 5

based on 916 reviews

Very smooth trip despite rain during the trip

This was the second time I visted Brugge, and I still consider it to be one of the most beautiful small towns in the world. This time I took my whole family for a day tour trip from Amsterdam. The driver was very courteous and on time. Highly recommend the trip if you don't mind six hours total retrun trip on the road.

The private tour is the best since they pick you up and drop you off at the hotel. The excellent truck and the very friendly guide