What better thing to do now than to settle down in your seat with a good book in which your favourite destination has a main or supporting role.
- Bruges-la-Morte (1892) by Georges Rodenbach:
The mysterious classic by Georges Rodenbach from 1892.
- La petite dame en son jardin de Bruges (1996) by Charles Bertin:
Bertin's tender portrait of his grandmother, that little lady in her garden in Bruges.
- L'enfant de Bruges (1999) by Gilbert Sinoué:
Story about 13-year-old Jan who is adopted and ends up as an apprentice in the Bruges studio of painter Van Eyck.
- Het zwaantje van Brugge (2019) by Terry van Driel and Julie Rodriguez:
In this book toddlers and pre-schoolers can discover the little swan of Bruges. Each page has an accompanying piece of text in rhyme in Dutch, English, French and Spanish.
- Medieval Bruges (2019) by Jan Dumolyn and Andrew Brown:
Impressive biography of a city! Never before has such a complete history of Bruges appeared.