– The Grote Markt, Main Square, Rosary Wharf, Minnewater Park, Burg Square, the Beaterio… Everything is just there!
– The city is perfectly walkable, although canal cruises are highly recommended. – Bruges has great gastronomic, cultural, and shopping offers for all tastes.
– If you travel by car, the A1 route is about 300 kilometers, equivalent to 4 hours of travel time.
– The budget for a day tour, food, attractions, and souvenirs costs 50 €. ***This budget for walking in Bruges does not include fuel or transport tickets to get there (about 45 euros more).
What to See in Bruges in 1 Day – Each street opens up a new world and places that transmit their unique vibe and mysticism.
The church of Our Lady of Bruges is a mixture of religious atmosphere, museum, gallery, and reliquary. The admission fee is 2 € (free for children under 11 years).
These are ideal places for people who enjoy art and architecture. See 6 centuries of Belgian painting at Groeninge Museum, climb 366 steps to the Belfry, and see beautiful city views.
Take a walk through Burg Square and contemplate the architecture of different periods. Or go to Historium Bruges for an immersive experience of the city's history through thematic rooms.
The Basilica dates back to the 12th century and boasts Gothic and Romanesque architecture. It also houses a vial that supposedly contains cloth containing the blood of Jesus Christ.