Lady Jane B&B

Carmerstraat 11, Bruges, 8000, Belgium
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Holiday in Brugge at the beginning of january.

by Maurizioago

Do you think it is a good idea? Is it usually cold that days?

Re: Holiday in Brugge at the beginning of january.

by LaurensC

Of course it's a good idea,as you are a north-Italian the cold will be not a problem for you. I even think you should go to the coast and take a walk in the wind in for exemple Ostend! Ciao

Re: Holiday in Brugge at the beginning of january.

by dnwitte

Most of the tourists will have gone home, and Brugge will be very pretty and atmospheric in the winter mist.
I wish I could go too.

Re: Holiday in Brugge at the beginning of january.

by Wowmoment

For me its always an advantage to see towns and cities out of season. You will have the place to yourself.

Just as long as you have all the right clothes for possible snow and cold plus changes if they get wet.

It will be beautiful with hopefully fantastic ice and snow photo opportunities.

Maybe some restaurants will be closed but just work up an appetite for chocolate! They make everything from the stuff there, and yes I do mean everything!

Re: Holiday in Brugge at the beginning of january.

by Maurizioago

Thanks! Brugge is on my wish list since a long time.

Re: Holiday in Brugge at the beginning of january.

by lucy60

Ciao Maurizio, ho visto che hai già preso una decisione. Comunque, ti confermo che Brigge è una bella città, particolarmente suggestiva in inverno. Copriti bene e divertiti

Re: Holiday in Brugge at the beginning of january.

by Maurizioago

No, Lucy è solo un'idea.

Ciao!

Travel Tips for Brugge

Walk around on the...

by Pavlik_NL

Walk around on the Marketsquare and gaze at the old buildings. Take some time to look at the details in the magnificent 'Lakenhal', 'Belfort' and 'Cityhall'. The show so strongly the raising power of the people, while the power of church was slowly decreasing. What would happen only centuries later in the rest of Europe, started out here because of trade. In Italy science took that role. Both in their different ways let to the Renaissance. Laying in the grass in the colourful Astridpark, watching the clouds drift by.

interesting details

by call_me_rhia

Brugge is not only about architecture - be it gothic or medieval - or about canals. For me it's more about charming details: many houses have little decorations, or little niches with statues or votive images inside them. this house, which i doubt i'll ever find out what it is... th little niche with a madonna shows how religious people used to be. it's a simple red bricks house - but tells a lot about the city's past

Gruutehaus

by globetrott

Just behind Gruutehus is a small garden, where you may watch the ships passing by on the canal and there you will also see one of the most beautiful sceneries, where to take a pic of the canal with great houses in the background. So many great places are hidden somewhere and when you are lucky, you may find them by accident

A new fountain

by rexvaughan

This fountain in t'Zand square was done in the 1980s and depicts several typical Flanders scenes and icons. There are cyclists and a Flanders landscape. In the photo you can see the fisherman and on the right four bathing women. They represent the cities of Brugge, Antwerp, Ghent and Kortrijk. It is a large and well done piece in the t'Zand Square, located about a kilometer southwest of Markt Square.

Walk in the city

by ealgisi

I really suggest to take a walk all around the city, don't stay right in the main square or in the most walked area, take advantage of this truly nice city and walk every street and bridge.

No worries even during the night, i felt really safe even late in the night.
You can easily take the bell tower as reference to go back in the main square.

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 Lady Jane B&B

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Address: Carmerstraat 11, Bruges, 8000, Belgium