This corner house was once the headquarters of the Florentine merchants and it dates back to the 13th century. Around 1430 the building was embellished with an impressive screen façade and corner turrets just like the nearby Genoese lodge and House Ter Beurse. Nowadays this historical building accommodates a restaurant with a very appropriate name.
"Close your eyes and picture a quaint European city, and Bruges just might be what comes to mind. One of the most famous and well-preserved cities on the continent, Bruges exudes charm from every cobblestone and canal." - Condé Nast Readers' Choice Awards 2021