Rosenburg Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Coupure 30, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium
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November in Brugge

by jonbar

I'm planning to visit Brugge next November.
What is the weather like in November, I believe it would be cold, but is it very wet and dose it snow that time of the year?



Re: November in Brugge

by taurean_traveller

No one can predict exactly the weather but be prepared.
I went in November and yes it was cold but sunny.

If you take winter clothes then at least you are ready for any eventualities.

Re: November in Brugge

by 7_seconds

Belgium is famous for it's weather, you never know if it is going to rain, pour, shine during the day :)

Re: November in Brugge

by Sjalen

Belgium is always wet - it's known for prolonged rain even used as a tourist slogan (contrary to the UK where rain at least come and go during a day) so I would bring rain clothes even if you may well end up having a sunny week. Snow is less likely but of course impossible to predict. It might be windy since you're on a rather flat plain and never that far from the coast itself so windchill factor could be an issue.

Re: November in Brugge


Maybe you could add your home country to your VT page. Weather often depends on what you are used to.

The current rain situation in Belgium can be found at:

Over the last five years, November in Brugge has been dry with an average temperature of 7 or 8 degrees Celsius.

Re: November in Brugge

by Zavo

November is unpredictable, can be cold and/or wet, but nothing extreme.
Snow is very unlikely in November.

Re: November in Brugge

by vpeter

Belgium and the Netherlands are the only two countries in the world in which you can experience all 4 seasons in 1 (one) day.
So, it can be rain or shine, warm or cold.
Enough kidding:-)
Just takee some warm clothes with you in case of. And further just enjoy a marvoulus town with nice old buildings, great museums(Groeninge and others), very kind people good/delicious food and great beers.

Have a nice time and happy travels.

Re: November in Brugge

by Odinnthor

I do agree with ATLC, - it is easier to give "how to handle local weather" advise if we know where you are from and what type of weather you are used to.

Desert heat vs tropical island heat. Completely different. Same temperature, completely different sensation. One dry, one humid.

Example: "Going to Canada in November. What should I expect the weather to be like, and how do deal with it?" - versus, - "I am from Mosambique, going to Canada in November. What should I expect the weather to be like, and how do deal with it?"

Have fun. Brugge is nice anytime of year. Pop into a pub, and the weather in there is really nice.....d:o)

Re: November in Brugge

by vpeter

I could not say it better, Erik:-)


Travel Tips for Brugge

Don't miss the little details

by scottishvisitor

Brugge is a very walkable city and I loved going a bit of track where tiny details avail themselve to you . Walking slowly around some quieter streets it was fun spotting the out of the ordinary, although nothing is really ordinary here. We laughed a lot when we spotted the nun wearing her shades in a window near to the convent. We were amazed to see the arches on buidings portraying snakes in the brick detail. It was also fun to see the play on words like the Cafedraal, a little restaurant with the cute and tiny rose window. The red tiled rooftops and lead lined windows are a joy and spotting the three old lacemakers in the bay window had us laughing again. I most enjoyed trying to avoid the crowds although not always successfully but if you take some time to hang back let the crowds pass the details of lovely Brugge will be there for you too.

First of all, take the canal...

by Luis_Alberto

First of all, take the canal tour, buy lots of chocolates!, they are delicious, especially if you are a 'chocaholic' like me. And last but not least, to eat french fries with mayoneise!, what a treat, and to think the people back home, thought that I was crazy, because I always did this, in California! Visit the Stedelijke Musea for great Flemish Paintings. Het Stadhuis Van Brugge, (Town Hall of Brugge) and its Gothic Hall. 'Our Lady and the Infant' by Michaelangelo, at the church of Our Lady is a must.


by tompt

The Minnewater and its lovely park is one of the first things you see in the city of Bruges, when arriving by train. The Minnewater is a canalized lake. The picture is taken from the bridge (1740).

The coastal river Reie entered the city here. The river was canalized and made to continue to the center of town. There are several explanations as where the name Minnewater comes from. It could be water van het gemeen, which can be translated as the 'common water'. The lake was used as a water reservoir.
The lake is also called lake of love (minne means love), imagine the stories for that name.
One of the symbols of Bruges is the swan. There are always plenty to be found on the Minnewater. The legend about the swans of Bruges: In 1488 the people of Bruges had executed one of the town administrators belonging to the court of Maximilian of Austria. The town administrator ,Pieter Lanchals, family coat of arms featured a white swan. Legend has it that Maximilian punished Bruges by obliging the population to keep swans on their lakes and canals till eternity.

De Garre Beer

by Martin_S.

This my friends is the "Triple van de Garre", a whopping 11.5% alcohol....yes, a beer of 11.5%, that is truly a "triple" from what you find in many beers, although double some here in Belgium. It was the best beer that Patrick and I "sampled".

Legend of Serena

by Helga67

Bruges is famous for its beautiful lace. There are many shops where you can buy lace products and sometimes you will find a lady sitting outside the shop demonstrating the making of lace.

I've read a lovely legend about lace on the website mentioned below. Here it is:

Legend of Serena

Once upon a time there was a fair maiden in the enchanting town of Bruges. Serena was her name and she loved the young sculptor Arnout. Alas she could not marry him, for she had to spin day and night to work for her widowed mother and four little sisters and a brother. One sunny autumn day she went walking and dreaming of her forbidden love, she fell asleep. All off a sudden silvery threads fell from the trees into a beautiful pattern of flowers on her apron. She awoke, gazed and then rushed home. With threads cut from her spinning wheel, she made the wondrous design over again. When it was finished a wealthy merchant bought it. Soon many people wanted the same marvellous lace-work. Serena became rich and finally married the prince of her charms. They lived happily ever after.
So came into being the art of lace, which for over five hundred years made Bruges famous as the world capital of this fairy-like art.


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