Aquarius B&B

Witte Beerstraat 31, Bruges, 8200, Belgium
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Forum Posts

Brugge to Kotrijk.

by Maurizioago

Just a couple of questions; do you know how many kilometers are from the two towns?

Do trains or buses from Brugge and Kotr. and vice versa run until late in the evening?

Thanks!

Re: Brugge to Kotrijk.

by bonio

The rail journey from Bruges to Kortrijk (Courtrai - French) is around 45 minutes. Latest departures 22:30 ish. Km? a guess at 40
Lots of info on belgian railways site,

http://hari.b-holding.be/Hafas/bin/query.exe/en?

Travel Tips for Brugge

Beautiful day out

by JuliaK

I would love to walk around Bruges all day... and especially on a day like the one we happened to have.
It was freezing cold but the sun was up and thats all that matters for me! and the sky was blue!
Just walk around and enjoy this wonderful place!

These houses, located on the...

by benzerga

These houses, located on the edge of the St John’s Hospital estate, contain a wide variety of material witnesses to Bruges’ past discovered during excavations. They include pottery, glass, leather, metal, wood and stone items, and a series of murals. Together, the exhibits recall the city’s history from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages and beyond.

The Dwarf And The Giant

by 36waterfalls

On the left the statue of Jan Breydel & Pieter de Coninck on Market Square.
These were 2 local heroes in the Flemish resistance against the French in 1302.
Today they seem to fight the Giant Of Market Square: the Belfort.

Brugge Tripel Dagen

by ranger49

We arrived in Brugge on the first day of he Tripel Dagen Festival of Music. This event is held every year to coincide with Belgium's National Day (July 21st) and takes place in the Markt, beginning at 6pm each day.
We went along on the first night, admission was free and although the Square was certainly crowded it was not jam-packed. Small children were running around collecting the plastic beakers people were drinking from. I wasn't sure whether this was to prevent rubbish in the square; for recycling or so they could be reused.
But the children were eager and excited so we guessed they probably received a few cents in return.
It was obvious that tparents were comfortable to let their 7/8 - 10/11 year olds run around. Community police officers strolled through the crowds in pairs, chatting with people but keeping a low profile .

If you wanted a drink you had to buy tokens from a Kiosk at the entrance - no cash exchanged hands in the Markt.
I was impressed by the convivial, good natured spirit of the occasion, the absence of drunkeness and the warm response given to l.ocal bands and singers.

The second night moved up a notch; 1 euro to enter the Markt; noisier bands but families still there in large numbers. We foolishly ignored the advice given on VT and went to one of the cafes in the square - very expensive and poor coffee!

The third night is Sing-a-Long Night. Song sheets are handed out with the words of popular songs - easy listening stuff - and this was the big night. The square was so crowded I would not have wanted to be inside. Even so I have to say everyone seemed to be having a great time and there was no sign of disturbance.

The Green Bike your

by Toyin

Bike tours in and around Bruges, with a Dutch-,French or English-speaking guide. The tour starts at the frontside of Bruges Railways station as you would see in this pics. After which the the city is explored. The tour then normally proceeds via Damme Oostkerke. Wetweather gear is provided.
Individual - 13, 65 Euros
With own Bicycle - 7,45 Euros

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