Andre's

Velodroomstraat 126, Bruges, West Flanders, 8200, Belgium
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Brugges to Sluis

by LucyLocket

We love Brugges and have visited about a dozen times over the past ten years. On Sunday 12 October we were on an organised coach trip which took us to Sluis and had only an hour or so for the flying visit. On our next trip to Belgium, can we get a bus or a train from Brugges to Sluis? A train would be preferable but we would like to do the trip in a day.
Can anyone help with Bus numbers or Train Destinations?
Thank you.
Lucy

Re: Brugges to Sluis

by filipdebont

Hi Lucy

I think you must take the bus
At te site of the Flemisch bus company De Lijn I found that you need Bus nr 42 : Breskens - Brugge and the trip is about 50 minutes

there is a routeplanner at www.delijn.be but I only found it in Dutch

I hope this helps you a bit

greetings - filip

Re: Brugges to Sluis

by K_V_B

There is an hourly bus from Brugge to Sluis. You can get it at the railway station or at the main bus station at 't Zand.
This bus leaves at the station 1 minute before each hour, and from 't Zand two minutes later. The thing to look out for is that there are actually two companies running this route, "De Lijn", which uses line nr. 42, and Veolia, which uses line nr. 2. In each case look for buses with final destination "Breskens". Price will be the same in each case, only a couple of euros, travel time about 40 minutes.

Re: Brugges to Sluis

by Avliet

When are you planning to go to Belgium again? If you go in spring or summer,
there is a canal between Brugge and Sluis with an old 'jaagpad' along it, which is now a bicycle route. It's not far and there is little car traffic. When you go by bike, make a stop in Damme. A nice little town along the canal.
I think there was also a boat company offering tours to Sluis. It's called 'De lamme goedzak' if I remember well.

Re: Brugges to Sluis

by Avliet

When are you planning to go to Belgium again? If you go in spring or summer,
there is a canal between Brugge and Sluis with an old 'jaagpad' along it, which is now a bicycle route. It's not far and there is little car traffic. When you go by bike, make a stop in Damme. A nice little town along the canal.
I think there was also a boat company offering tours to Sluis. It's called 'De lamme goedzak' if I remember well.

Re: Brugges to Sluis

by Hullygully

from LucyLocket
I've been unable to get in again using the original login name, so have had to adopt a fake persona to reply to you all
It will be Spring when we next visit Brugges and I am so pleased with all the replies on here. The canal bike ride would be wonderful, but unfortunately a handicapped husband would prevent that. The 'bus will do perfectly. Thank you all so much for your courtesy.

Travel Tips for Brugge

medieval town

by call_me_rhia

Brugge (bruges in french) has the reputation of the best preserved medieval town in Belgium: it's in the flemish part of the country, and it's an easy and comfortable day trip from Antwerp. It's as charming as people tell you: medieval buildings are really well-preserved, the canals as scenic as you can expect them to be, and the main square is a ^true gem The problem with bruges s that its very touristic... the luck is that many of those tourists just get there on a bus tour and no not spend too long in town... so my real leasure came from strolling around the little back lanes... just as charming as the main attractions, but consistently devoid of hordes of people. very refreshing!

Canal boat tour

by Nathalie_B

I didn’t get the chance to have the boat guided tour myself, but did google some information.
Your only chance to see Brugge from the water is from mid March through mid November. The boats leave every 30 minutes from Katelijnestraat 4, everyday between 10am and 5:30 pm.
Some people say that this is the best way to explore Brugge. Well, as soon as I’ll explore it all by foot I’ll probably get myself in one of these boats.

Basilica Of The Holy Blood...

by steventilly

This is in one corner of Burg and is a chapel containing (it is said) a relic of the blood of christ, brought back by a crusader.

Queues form to see the relic itself, and the Basilica closes for lunch, as it did when we visited, just as we got to the front of the queue :-(

A Belgian Lady busy with her Art.

by Waalewiener

The picture here is taken out of an Encyclopedia from the 50's (1956 published)
The resemblance in the two pictures , the one taken by Lori in Brugge in 1996,and the picture from the Encyclopedia published in 1956 are amazing.The picture has some explanation written on it , be sure you click on the small picture, to be able to read it in bigger format. ( You see how valuable old fashion Encyclopedias still are even in this computer age)

Ronde Van Vlaanderen - 4

by filipdebont

Sunday April 3rd 2005 : start of Tour of Flanders (Ronde van Vlaanderen) - 256 kilometers of naughty hills and cobbled stones.

The picture shows two members of the Dutch Rabobank team (Oranje Boven)

Maybe there are some Dutch VT members who recognise these cyclists, if so please send me a note. Race Bike

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