This complex was a home to Beguines, women of a Christian spiritual movement of the 13th century.
While visiting the St. John's Hospital Museum, don't forget to check out the 17th century pharmacy next door.
The Gruuthusemuseum is a museum of applied arts in Bruges, located in the medieval Gruuthuse, the house of Louis de Gruuthuse.
Delicious local and international dishes served with a lot of attention for details and great service. Book in advance.
Go back in time and take a stroll through the picturesque heart of the city.
Charming houses from the 17th century contain a display on the city's various arts and crafts. Fresh sweets made every Thursday.
The crossbows used to serve as the city's defensive weapons. In addition, works of art and a shooting gallery can be found here.
The Frietmuseum is a museum in Bruges, Belgium, which is devoted to the history of potatoes and the production of Belgian fries.
Choco-Story, the Chocolate Museum in Bruges, Belgium, is located in the sixteenth-century "Huis de Crone" building on Sint-Jansplein in…
A curious little museum that is devoted to the history of lamps and lightning and the world's largest lamp collection.
This promenade is perfect for a nice walk by one of the city's canals and it gives you a chance to gaze at the city from a particularly…
A spacious, beautiful park close to the city centre. There's a children's play area and a small pond.
Overlooking this huge construction is impossible. With its colossal height of 115 metres, the church tower is the second biggest brick tower…
Not your usual museum - this small place encourages an active approach and explains how archaeologists work.
The Saint-Salvator Cathedral is the cathedral of Bruges, Flanders, in present-day Belgium.