Discover this magnificent medieval city with an English-speaking guide and let yourself be guided through the narrow streets, colourful channels and wide squares. This day trip to Bruges will open up your eyes and your mind!
Departure at 07:15 am from the centre of Paris, and transfer to the charming town of Bruges. Enjoy one of the most fascinating medieval cities in Europe with an English-speaking guide, and discover why the entire historic centre of Bruges is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You will have 3h as free time for lunch after the guided tour to explore the city as you please. Our guides will recommend you some of the exclusive Bruges pastry shops, where you will find the best chocolate in the world, and pop into some of the legendary lace shops.
What are we going to visit in Bruges?
Also called Minnewater, it is one of the most romantic places in Bruges, with a unique love story hidden inside it.
One of Bruges most representative places, Begijnhof is also known as “Monastery of the Vineyard”. This place was declared a World Heritage Site in 1998
Bruges Walplein square is perfect to discover the medieval side of the city which fascinates everyone
Stoofstraat is one of the narrowest streets of the city where you can buy any kind of souvenirs you wish for
Opposite to Notre Dame Church, the Sint-Janshospitaal (Saint John’s Museum) is one of the oldest hospital buildings in Europe
This church is definitely full of history and art, focusing on the impressive Michelangelo’s marble 'Madonna and Child'.
This palace belonged to the Grunthense family, one of the most powerful families in Bruges. Nowadays it has been converted in a Museum
Don’t lose the view of this charming bridge: it dates from early 20th century and is one of Bruges’ youngest bridges
Rozenhoedkaai is one of the most stunning places in Bruges and for this reason one of the most photographed places, which you can snap in a photo. An ideal location to stop for a moment and enjoy one of Bruges most timeless sceneries.
This tiny square is surrounded by restaurants and always full of artists gazing around, giving the square an intimate and relaxing atmosphere.
Burg square is where the town of Bruges was firstly born and for this reason you can find the Town hall of Bruges.
A Romanesque lower church connected to the Neo-Gothic upper church where the Holi Blood is preserved. A legend says that here a part of the Holy Blood was brought from the Holy Land by Thierry of Alsace.
This is Bruges main market square, where you can find the most important buildings of the city and walk through the crawling atmosphere.
Last but not least, another symbol of Bruges, another world heritage site! the tower dates back to the 13th century and is characterized by a stunning view over the city and its surroundings.