Den Witten Leeuw

Walplein 27, Bruges, B-8000, Belgium
Den Witten Leeuw
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List of B & Bs

by burkthacker

My wife and I, as well as another couple will be visiting Brugge in the first part of October. Being that we are not sure on our dates and it is starting to head into the off season we are planning on not pre booking accomidations. I am wondering if anyone has a good list B&Bs a person can call upon arrival? I know that in many other parts of Europe if you go to the local tourist office they will help find you a place. Is that a possibility for Brugge? Bottom line is any advice on the best way to track down a B&B on arrival would be appreciated.

Thanks
Burk Thacker

Re: List of B & Bs

by HansDK

Google - and you will find a lot of B&B in Brugge

Re: List of B & Bs

by Rixie

Here's a website that might help: http://www.bedandbreakfast.com/bruges-belgium.html

We stayed at the Hotel Cordoeanier and liked it. See my tip at http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/38cf6/574e9/3/

Travel Tips for Brugge

EAT CHOCOLATE!!! My favorite...

by lucretia319

EAT CHOCOLATE!!! My favorite chocolate was from 'Pralinette.' Strolling down the cobble stone streets to Minnewater...here you can walk into the courtyard of the convent and see the swans on the 'Lake of Love.' Great photo opps!

Need some rest far away from...

by benzerga

Need some rest far away from the hustle and bustle of the touristic centre then the following public gardens are a good idea. In alfabetic order :

Baron Ruzettepark : a small garden near Komvest (ring road)
Graaf Visartpark : also a small park. A traffic circuit for children gives them the opportunity to learn every day traffic rules.
Koning Albertpark : walking from the train station to the centre you will appreciate the beauty of this park.
Koningin Astridpark : the green long of the centre (the locals call it 'De botanieken hof' (the botanical garden)) at Minderbroederstraat.
Minnewaterpark : a very charming park near Minnewater (Lake of Love) and Begijnhof (Beguinage) In summer open air concerts take place here regularly.
Pastoor Verhaegheplantsoen : a less known park in the vicinity of Ezelstraat and Raamstraat.
Stadspark Sebrechts : in this park every year an exhibition of sculptures takes place (near Oude Zak and Beenhouwersstraat).

Renaissance style

by irisbe

During the Renaissance period, Bruges remained wealthy. This wealth and richdom manifested in the "new" front architecture. Geometric parts in brickstone causing a game of light and shadow are the elements of this Bruges' Renaissance architecture.
The houses on this picture are a nice example of it.
I took this picture at the Jan van Eyckplein.

Bruges and lace are two...

by dedeckerm.

Bruges and lace are two notions that are interconnected.
In the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, a lot of lace was produced in Flanders.
Bruges was very important in the lace industry.
So if you were looking for a typical Bruges souvenir : no problem maybe only the money ?

Minnewater

by richiecdisc

If arriving in Bruges or smartly parking your car at the station's lot, you should make your way into town via the Minnewater. It is a very slight detour but a much more scenic route. It offers a great first glimpse of the city you'll never forget. It is a serene entrance to what might be a disappointingly crowded old town. Minne means love in Dutch so literally this body of water is referred to as the Lake of Love. With swans in attendance it is a befitting name though its origin stems from its use as a way to keep water levels constant amongst the many canals of the water laden city.

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