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Hanzekwartier met zicht op de Poortersloge

You’ve only really seen Bruges if you’ve visited the classics. From the Rozenhoedkaai and the Market Square, through the Lake of Love and the canals, to the Beguinage, the almshouses and much more. Iconic sites that give the city its look and charm you instantly. Now centuries old, now dazzlingly young, but always exceptionally impressive. Not to be left off your to-do list!


Canals of Bruges

The canals have for centuries been the veins of the city, winding through Bruges and treating you to another magnificent view around every bend.
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Madonna met kanunnik Joris van der Paele

The Flemish primitives

During Bruges’ Golden Age, the 15th century, the fine arts prevailed.
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The Hanseatic Quarter

From the 13th to the 15th century, Bruges was the trading hub between the Hanseatic cities of the far North, England and Germany, and the main trading centres in France, Spain and Italy.
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Minnewater (Lake of Love)

Minnewater (Lake of Love)

A romantic hotspot par excellence! Once people believed that water nymphs (“minnen” in Dutch) lived here, and thus the lake acquired its...
Minnewater , 8000 Brugge
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