Updated: Apr 14, 2020
Bruges, or “Brugge”, is an amazing, romantic and picturesque place! It is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Northern Europe. Last weekend I visited it for the second time and I’m absolutely in awe again. Just strolling around this beautiful city makes you feel inspired and motivated.
Called “The Venice of the North” for a reason, (see my Top 5 in Venice) it is a must-do when visiting Belgium. Below my Top 10:
1. Bruges Markt
One of the most central and colourful places in Bruges. The main square is gorgeous, whichever way you look – see the picture above taken at the Markt. Its beautiful architecture makes it very photogenic. The market square holds a weekly market on Wednesdays, Christmas market in the winter (with ice rink and festive stalls) and is full of restaurants and cafes all year round.
What is more, the Markt is dominated by its Belfry, which made it to #5 on this list, see below.
Address: Markt 20, 8000 Brugge, Belgium & http://visit-bruges.be/see/parks-squares/market-square-markt
2. Quay of the Rosary (Rozenhoedkaai)
Perhaps the most photogenic and representative spot in Bruges (o