Kasteel Ten Berghe

Proot Dudzeelsesteenweg 311, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium
Kasteel ten Berghe
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market days

by 10angiepangie

when is it market day in bruges either general or flea markets

Re: market days

by rexvaughan

Market days on Markt Square are Wednesday and Saturday. Here is a link about other shopping options and the flea market.

Re: market days

by rexvaughan

Oops! Forgot to post the link: http://www.world66.com/europe/belgium/bruges/shopping

Re: market days

by titabell

The Wednesday market is a small market located at the Market place called De Markt, in front of the Belfry.

The Saturday market is located in a place called 't Zand, not far from the Tourist Information Center. This continues up to a place called Beaursplein. It is the biggest weekly open market in Bruges.

The Flea Markets are on Saturdays and Sundays and on Special holidays, in the Dyver.

Re: market days

by vpeter

Markets

Wednesday (8 a.m.-1 p.m.) on Market square (food)
Saturday (8 a.m.-1 p.m.) on 't Zand square and on Beursplein (food and non food)
Sunday (8 a.m.-1 p.m.) on Ten Briele (food and non food)
Fish market: Tuesday through Saturday, every morning.
Flea market along Dijver and at Fish market: Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. (15th March-15th November).


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Travel Tips for Brugge

Drinking fountain

by Gypsystravels

Located next to the Church of Our Lady is this drinking well. I'm always amazed at how many of these wells you can find throughout many small cities in Europe. I didn't try any of the water, but I hear it's safe and clean to drink.

The mediaeval belfry tower...

by benzerga

The mediaeval belfry tower (13th-15th century) is 88 metres in height and houses the former city treasury, in which Bruges' valuables (money and royal charters) were once kept. A climb of 366 steps takes the visitor past the impressive clock mechanism and culminates in a breathtaking panoramic view of the city and its surroundings. The famous 47-bell carillon is also located here

Gorgeous house near Love Lake

by codrutz


Let's get back to the medieval houses (they really should place labels with detailed history on this marvelous houses). Near the Love Lake - Minnewater (I suppose you read my 'must see activities about this one'), near a bridge that sepparates the lake from the canals, is this wonderful lonely house.

I found out what is about this house. This is the 16th century lock-keeper's house (Sluice House), which conects the canals of the old town with the Minnewater, which is connected with the Canal of Ghent.

Lace making a thing of the past

by scottishvisitor

When I visited Brugge on a school trip long ago the markets and streets were full of young girls and old women busy making lace items. Hand made lace can still be found but you would have to look long and hard to find some. Most lace products are mass produced machine made and imported from the far east. We spotted this old lady practicing her skill in a doorway. Nice to know it still exsists even on a small scale

Brugge 2002 : for this special...

by filipdebont

Brugge 2002 : for this special event, many old buildings have been restored, like this magnificent building (het Vrije) at the Burg. For many months this building was wrapped, it looked like one of the works of Christo, but now everybody can admire the restorations.

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Address: Proot Dudzeelsesteenweg 311, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium