Hotel-Restaurant 'T Speelmanshuys

T Zand 3, Bruges, 8000, Belgium
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Brugge weekend

by Babscom

We are going to Brugge from 11 @March returning on 14th, so two full days and three nights in all. Never been before, so restaurant recommedations welcome, as well as the best places to visit in such a short time. Thanks.

Re: Brugge weekend

by leics

Brugge is entirely lovely.

Lots and lots of walking, of course, just enjoying the lovely architecture and canals.

Visit as many of the churches as you can, especially the Church of Our Lady and St Saviour's Cathedral and Basilica of the Holy Blood....

The Belfry, and the Town Square..the peaceful Beguinage and the numerous almshouses dotted about the city......

Try lots of different beers (Kwak was my favourite, but there are loads I didn't get time to try) and chocolates.....

The Vt Brugge pages will give you lots of ideas and info from VT locals and members:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Belgium/Provincie_Oost_Vlaanderen/Brugge-357610/TravelGuide-Brugge.html

and the official tourist info site is also good:

http://www.brugge.be/internet/en/toerisme/bezienswaardigheden/10musts.htm#4

You might like to try and visit Damme as well.....it's a very pretty little village, easy to get to and not far from Brugge at all. I have a page on it.

Re: Brugge weekend

by taurean_traveller

Go to the centre and walk around.You will be totally spoilt for choice of places to eat.The town is full of cafes,restaurants and bars.
When we were there every place had a menu pinned outside and you could browse at your leisure.
Also many were doing special deals

Travel Tips for Brugge

Wheelchair Parking in Brugge

by RhineRoll

Parking in the narrow streets of downtown Brugge can be a real problem -- especially if you are a wheelchair user wanting to get close to the center.

There is a relatively cheap car park across the main railway station, I don't know if the free shuttle transfer offered from there is accessible. The distance into the city center is manageable, though, and there aren't any hills.

There also are a number of designated wheelchair parking spaces around Jan van Eyckplein like the two visible in the picture. The building behind is the Old Toll House.

Wander Around...

by coceng

This is in the Touristy Area & it's me there ! Looks like I was wearing a skirt or something ! It's a loose pant actually.
In the city centre, we could see more shops & all the history sights are easily recognizable also !
On my back on the photo, we could see The Belfort; Unfortunately, we didn't go up the tower because we had something more nicer, that was to walk around the UN-TOURISTY AREA ! Look at the photos below...

go further then the centre!

by irisbe

at feet or on a bicycle... don't just stay in the busy centre but go discover the adjuncted streets! They are so quiet but nevertheless very pituresque! escaping the touristic centre and find an oasis of rest a few streets away.

Waffles!!

by aah_stone

Please find yourself a local waffle seller and try some. I prefer them with raspberry jam on. Just delicious. Can either have one to take away, or as a dessert in a cafe or restaurant.

Althoug I am now warming to chocolate sauce :-))

Go on try it.

Don't wear heels. Believe me.

by AgentBrittany83

Definitely wear comfortable shoes while walking around Brugge. Those cobblestone sidewalks will kill your feet. I was there in October and it rained a few days that I was there. I recommend bringing an umbrella no matter how sunny it is outside. 1 hour later it could be raining. The wind can be fierce so bring a hat and a warm coat if you go during the fall or winter months.

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