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As one of Europe's best preserved medieval towns, a city break to Bruges is an incredibly picturesque holiday. A city break to Bruges has to include a cruise along the romantic canals or ride in a traditional horse and carriage to discover the intricate narrow lanes and waterways of the Old Town.
City breaks, flights and holidays to Bruges
Browse in the tiny lace and chocolate shops, or simply relax in one of the many pavement cafes on the old market square and enjoy a glass of Belgian beer during your short break to Bruges. With its handsome old buildings, cobbled streets and ancient churches, a city break to Bruges is a romantic trip to an open air museum.
There is a lot more to Flemish cities than just architecture and history. During a weekend break to Bruges you can also while away time looking around a flea market, visiting an art gallery, or just sitting on a cafe terrace watching the world go by.
The cities take enormous pride in their architectural heritage and yet each has a unique personality. One of the advantages of Flanders is that everything is close at hand - even on a short break to Bruges you can easily get to know more of Flanders than you would ever imagine.
The monuments, museums and particularly the unspoilt historic cityscape attract millions of visitors every year to enjoy a weekend in Bruges. .
Bruges was founded in the 9th century by Vikings who settled here at the end of the little river 'de Reie'. The name Bruges is probably derived from the old-Scandinavian word 'Brygga', which means 'harbour or mooring place'.
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