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  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 26 November 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 26 November 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 26 November 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 26 November 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 03 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 03 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sat 09 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sat 09 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 17 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 17 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 17 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Wed 20 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Wed 20 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges at Christmas

    Bruges is a magical city, especially at Christmas when its cobbled streets are alive with festivities, glowing with Christmas lights. To add to the atmosphere, an ice rink is built on the Market Square close to many food and festive gift stalls, which offer traditional seasonal delights and a wealth of gift ideas, ranging from handmade crafts to delicious local delicacies.

    Bruges is a unique ancient Flemish city with a captivating medieval centre. Much of the architecture is lovingly preserved and the streets are largely traffic free, which makes it a joy to explore on foot. Bruges is also a chocolate lover's paradise! As well as numerous chocolate shops, why not try the Chocolate Museum or Pralinette - known as Bruges' largest and best praline store.

    Belgium is an ideal Christmas shopping destination so why not visit the Christmas Markets in Bruges this year.

     

    Brugge Photo 17

    The Bruges Photo Exhibition 2017 features 15 exhibitions all within easy walking distance of each other, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.  The Exhibition runs throughout the period 1st December to 7th January.

    You can admire work by more than 30 Belgian and international photographers during this fifth edition of city photo-festival.  Eye-catching locations, such as the Poortersloge (Burgher’s Lodge), the Karmelietenklooster (Carmelite monastery) plus the Concert Hall’s new entrance hall, display the great diversity of the photographic world: documentary reports, photographic essays, intimate avant-garde and conceptual photography.  Details of the exhibition and other things to do and see in Bruges will be available from the Tourist Information Office, situated alongside the concert hall.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach & scheduled Eurotunnel crossing with free time in Bruges. Our tunnel crossing times vary but there should be a minimum of 4 hours free time on arrival and we are normally back in the UK around 730 to 8pm.

    For more information on Bruges, please click here

    Sun 24 December 2017

    1 Day

    £39 per adult

  • Bruges

    This wonderful coach day trip takes you to one of Europe's most beautiful and best-preserved medieval cities, with something to see at every turn.

    Not many people realise that the historic Belgian town of Bruges, or Brugge in Flemish, is in fact within easy driving distance from Calais to make an ideal day trip destination. Bruges has been called "The Venice of the North" due to its canal-lined streets and stunning architecture. It is easy to explore on foot, by horse-drawn carriage or canal cruiser. Tempting Belgian chocolates, beautiful hand-made lace and world-famous beers make Bruges one of our most popular destinations.

    Bruges boasts a rich cultural heritage. The majestic past of Bruges lives on in the many works of art that can be seen in the many museums, often housed in historic buildings. The many places of interest, too, are silent witnesses to the city’s rich heritage. Bruges has a lot to offer from a culinary perspective too. Many restaurants, cafes and bars offer typical regional dishes of Bruges as well as exotic delicacies for different tastes and budgets. Trip Advisor may be able to help you choose a suitable venue.

    Normally a minimum of 4 hours in Bruges subject to travel time. So as to preserve its unique heritage for locals and visitors alike,coaches are not allowed into the inner city. We therefore park at the coach park which is a flat, leisurely 20 minute walk to the main city centre or closeby there is a bus stop where a frequent bus service runs to and from the city centre.

    Price includes return travel by coach and scheduled Eurotunnel crossing.

    PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE NO STOPS AT ANY WAREHOUSES, SUPERMARKETS OR OTHER OUTLETS SCHEDULED TO BE INCLUDED ON THIS TRIP.

    For our other trips to Bruges, please click here

    For more information on Bruges including maps and other practical information plus city highlights and places of interest, please click here

    Sun 11 February 2018

    1 Day

    £35 per adult

  • Bruges

    This wonderful coach day trip takes you to one of Europe's most beautiful and best-preserved medieval cities, with something to see at every turn.

    Not many people realise that the historic Belgian town of Bruges, or Brugge in Flemish, is in fact within easy driving distance from Calais to make an ideal day trip destination. Bruges has been called "The Venice of the North" due to its canal-lined streets and stunning architecture. It is easy to explore on foot, by horse-drawn carriage or canal cruiser. Tempting Belgian chocolates, beautiful hand-made lace and world-famous beers make Bruges one of our most popular destinations.

    Bruges boasts a rich cultural heritage. The majestic past of Bruges lives on in the many works of art that can be seen in the many museums, often housed in historic buildings. The many places of interest, too, are silent witnesses to the city’s rich heritage. Bruges has a lot to offer from a culinary perspective too. Many restaurants, cafes and bars offer typical regional dishes of Bruges as well as exotic delicacies for different tastes and budgets. Trip Advisor may be able to help you choose a suitable venue.

    Normally a minimum of 4 hours in Bruges subject to travel time. So as to preserve its unique heritage for locals and visitors alike,coaches are not allowed into the inner city. We therefore park at the coach park which is a flat, leisurely 20 minute walk to the main city centre or closeby there is a bus stop where a frequent bus service runs to and from the city centre.

    Price includes return travel by coach and scheduled Eurotunnel crossing.

    PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE NO STOPS AT ANY WAREHOUSES, SUPERMARKETS OR OTHER OUTLETS SCHEDULED TO BE INCLUDED ON THIS TRIP.

    For our other trips to Bruges, please click here

    For more information on Bruges including maps and other practical information plus city highlights and places of interest, please click here

    Sun 11 March 2018

    1 Day

    £37 per adult

  • Bruges

    This wonderful coach day trip takes you to one of Europe's most beautiful and best-preserved medieval cities, with something to see at every turn.

    Not many people realise that the historic Belgian town of Bruges, or Brugge in Flemish, is in fact within easy driving distance from Calais to make an ideal day trip destination. Bruges has been called "The Venice of the North" due to its canal-lined streets and stunning architecture. It is easy to explore on foot, by horse-drawn carriage or canal cruiser. Tempting Belgian chocolates, beautiful hand-made lace and world-famous beers make Bruges one of our most popular destinations.

    Bruges boasts a rich cultural heritage. The majestic past of Bruges lives on in the many works of art that can be seen in the many museums, often housed in historic buildings. The many places of interest, too, are silent witnesses to the city’s rich heritage. Bruges has a lot to offer from a culinary perspective too. Many restaurants, cafes and bars offer typical regional dishes of Bruges as well as exotic delicacies for different tastes and budgets. Trip Advisor may be able to help you choose a suitable venue.

    Normally a minimum of 4 hours in Bruges subject to travel time. So as to preserve its unique heritage for locals and visitors alike,coaches are not allowed into the inner city. We therefore park at the coach park which is a flat, leisurely 20 minute walk to the main city centre or closeby there is a bus stop where a frequent bus service runs to and from the city centre.

    Price includes return travel by coach and scheduled Eurotunnel crossing.

    PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE NO STOPS AT ANY WAREHOUSES, SUPERMARKETS OR OTHER OUTLETS SCHEDULED TO BE INCLUDED ON THIS TRIP.

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    Sun 01 April 2018

    1 Day

    £37 per adult