The very centre of the historical heart of the city. The square is lined with wonderful sights, like the Bell Tower and the Provincial Court…
Overlooking this huge construction is impossible. With its colossal height of 115 metres, the church tower is the second biggest brick tower…
With a nearly 2-millennia-long history of inhabitation by humans, this small square is the historical heart of the city.
A starting point of many boat trips, this place offers one of the most spectacular views in all of Bruges.
This 83 metres high bell tower is one of the most important landmarks in Bruges.
Built in 1557, this basilica is divided into two parts - the upper and the lower chapel.
Also known as the 'Love Lake'. Surrounded by a park and has a terrace facing the lake for the perfect view.
This complex was a home to Beguines, women of a Christian spiritual movement of the 13th century.
The Saint-Salvator Cathedral is the cathedral of Bruges, Flanders, in present-day Belgium.
The Groeningemuseum is a municipal museum in Bruges, Belgium, built on the site of the medieval Eekhout Abbey.
A graceful castle surrounded by a moat and a beautiful park. No inside excursions, because the castle now houses a hotel.
Tillegem Castle is a castle in Belgium.
Lissewege is a village and a subdivision in the municipality of Bruges, Belgium. Lissewege also includes Zeebrugge and Zwankendamme.
St. Trudo's Abbey, Bruges is a community of the Canonesses Regular of the Holy Sepulchre.
Male Castle is a former castle in Male, once a separate village, now part of Sint-Kruis, a suburb of Bruges, West Flanders, Belgium.
The Foxtrot class was the NATO reporting name of a class of diesel-electric patrol submarines that were built in the Soviet Union.
A unique Gothic barn and an imposing entrance gate is all that is left from the Cistercian abbey's former glory. There is also a restaurant.