What is Bruges best known for? BRUGES IS FAMOUS FOR ITS LACE MAKING
Bruges crafts some of the most luxurious lace in the world. Pop into one of the lace shops dotted around the city to buy a lace souvenir, or better yet visit the Lace Centre to learn more about the history of lace in Bruges.
Is Bruges worth visiting? Bruges is absolutely worth adding to your Belgium itinerary for many reasons. From its sheer beauty to its history to its opportunities for people watching, beer indulging, and museum seeing, Bruges is great place to stop.
How many days do you need in Bruges? To properly visit Bruges you need at least 2 full days. Giving that you’re also thinking about doing the Quasimodo tour that makes three days. You can spend a third night in Bruges, making it your base, and make a day trip to Ghent (only 20 minutes by train) if you think you’ve seen enough of Bruges.
What is there to do in Bruges for 2 days?
- Visit Grote Markt, the main square of Bruges.
- Climb the stairs of the Belfry Tower to enjoy vertiginous views.
- Climb to the balcony of the Historium Museum to enjoy panoramic view of Market Square.
- Visit Burg Square.
- Enjoy a boat excursion on the canals of Bruges.
- Visit the Begijnhof.