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From Brussels: Day Trip to Bruges by Train

1. From Brussels: Day Trip to Bruges by Train

Travel to the medieval city of Bruges by train and take a 2.5-hour walking tour with an English-speaking guide on arrival. Marvel at the Minnewater that provides water to the canals and see the historical women-only convent of the Beguinage. Visit the city's only working brewery at De Halve Maan and get the chance to look inside the Hans Memling museum at the 12th-century Hospital of St. John. See one of the tallest brickwork towers in the world at the Church of Our Lady, where Michelangelo’s statue of the Madonna with Child can be found in the transept. Get a feel for everyday life at the historic Vis Markt (Fish Market) and look at the beautiful guildhalls on Tanners’ Square. Visit the Groeningemuseum and find one of Belgium's most famous Gothic buildings on the Markt (Market Square). Get 3 hours of free time to explore on your own. Take an optional canal cruise to appreciate the city from a different perspective before the train journey back to Brussels.

Brussels: Private Trip to Bruges & Food Tour with 6 Tastings

2. Brussels: Private Trip to Bruges & Food Tour with 6 Tastings

Enjoy authentic and delicious tastings in this personalized food tour in Bruges with a local guide. Head to the Markt, the city’s medieval heart lined with quaint pavement cafes under the watchful eye of the Belfort, Belgium's most famous belfry. Start your food journey by whetting your appetite at a no-frills pub or bar for a drink and a couple of appetizers like cheese, olives, salami, and meatballs. Continue to a longstanding local cafe or bistro for some traditional Flemish cuisine – take your pick of hearty, beer-based Flemish stew or pie, bouillabaisse, and vol-au-vents. Take a break before your next round, walking through the city center’s cobbled medieval streets, and squeezing in some sightseeing with on-the-go Belgian Frites (twice-cooked, thick-cut fries). End on a sweet note with sweet, syrupy, fluffy Belgian waffles and a chocolate tasting at a local chocolatier. All these delectable tastings are included in the price of the tour, so all that’s left for you to do is enjoy the best food Bruges has to offer!

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What people are saying about Bruges

Our guide Louisa was fantastic! Very friendly and very knowledgeable. She took us around to the key areas and gave us lots of information. We had some free time in the afternoon and got to choose our train home- she made that very clear and easy to understand. Although we had poor weather and lots of rain- we had a great day in Bruges.

Our guide, Ringo, was very well informed and patient with elder persons. We had a very good time in Brugge. We found wierd not to come back with our guide, they just gave our tickets to come back to the Brussels, because we where new we dorp off in another station and had to pay for a cab.

Really great way to see Bruges in one day! We covered all of the hotspots and there was time to have a meal and get in some shopping. James was an excellent tour guide. Very knowledgable and friendly.

Bruges is a very pretty city, do not hesitate to visit it the guide was very pleasant and her knowledge delighted us

Great guide. Great food. Great city. We really enjoyed our food tour to Bruges with Michael!