Bruges closes down for winter

Some cities don’t completely come to life until it’s freezing cold outside. Bruges is one of them. When the hustle and bustle is gone, you discover this World Heritage site at its best. Wander around in the Vette Vispoort and other narrow alleys, or get warm with a cup of high tea in Hotel Orangerie. Bruges has many lively places that are worth giving up your hibernation for.

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The best coffee, tea & hot chocolate spots in Bruges

Here’s my humble list for the best coffee & tea spots in Bruges. The cherry on top, there are some suggestions for hot chocolate as well. Tchin- tchin!

Slow down with a winterwalk in Bruges

There is no doubt that every season in Bruges has its own charm. But winter and Christmas time provide a magical experience!

The best places for hot drinks on cold winter days

Hot drinks are strongly connected with the winter time. And a properly prepared hot drink does not only warm your hands, but also your heart!

How a beautiful old city shines during the night

Bruges is a beautiful town that turns every walk into a fairy tale. Taking a night walk through the city, I was impressed by its nocturnal beauty. The night gives a special glow to the streets, the trees, the amazing canals and the water.

Bruges central cemetery: beauty amongst the fallen

The central cemetery of Bruges is one of the oldest and biggest urban cemeteries in Flanders. A beautiful place with over 200 years of curious town history and idyllic nature. Only a 15 minute walk from the Katelijnepoort, located in the south east district of the town.

Discover the loveliest corners of Bruges while making a cheerful winterwalk

Winter. That time of the year when Bruges turns into a city full of lights. A city where you can have a cozy walk through lovely snowy streets and where you can enjoy a wonderful peaceful atmosphere.