Bruges is a small enough city but like most places with narrow cobbled streets and reasonably tall buildings, it’s easy to get lost. To fix this jump on a boat tour and get your bearings. They start out from the canal just south of Burg Square and all tours pitch up at around the ten euro mark, with mostly multi lingual guides.
For good food don't miss the market on 't Zand. Saturday mornings see the best offers come out to play but if you're also around on Wednesday mornings then you can have some stall based fun in Markt Square. There's fresh fish, fruit and vegetables, roasted nuts, wine and more cheese than you can shake a stick at.
If you have a free evening in this city then the Cinema Lumiere is a guaranteed good time. The Cinema Lumiere is an independent picture house without the pretentious price tags. Here you can watch films in a variety of languages and the red velvet seats are a nice plush bonus when you're on a backpacker budget.
Bauhaus Hostel Bruges has everything you need to enjoy Bruges. Bicycle hire, an in-house bar and a massive selection of Belgian Beers! It's obvious why The Bauhaus is Bruges's Famous Hostel!
Top 10 Things To See And Do In Bruges 2017!
Bruges, one of Europe's most popular tourist destinations is at the very heart of Europe and should absolutely not be missed when visiting. The windy cobbled streets can be difficult to navigate to begin with, but power on and you won't help but to be captivated by the Belgian city's beauty. Read on for our top 10 things to do in Bruges guide!
What to see in Bruges
Belgium is known for its rich culture and historic architecture. It hosts two ethnic regions, the Flanders in the West and the Wallonias in the North. The commonly spoken language is the Flanders region is Dutch and that in Wallonia is French. The country is a travelers dream as it offers art, history, and entertainment.