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Bonifaciusbrug (Boniface Bridge)
Free Bridges and water Outdoor

The very photogenic Boniface Bridge may be one of the youngest bridges in Bruges, but it sums up the city perfectly. A mysterious atmosphere, abundantly romantic and fabulous views that fight for your attention. Should you gaze at the little canals and overhanging half-timbered houses, or should you tilt back your head to admire the stately Church of Our Lady, or the adjacent Gruuthuse Palace? A magical place at every hour of the day, and one that must be seen to be believed. Close at hand stands the Gruuthuse Bridge with the white-painted Arents’ House - the only bridge in Bruges with a building standing on it.

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Entrance not (or not easily) accessible

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Child-friendly
Pets allowed
Picnic allowed

Getting there

Groeninge 6, 8000 Brugge

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Nearest station:
Station Brugge

Nearest parking:
Pandreitje car park

Bonifaciusbrug (Boniface Bridge)

Groeninge 6, 8000 Brugge

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