Woodside B&B

Mosselstraat 26, Torhout/Bruges, Bruges, West Flanders, 8820, Belgium
Woodside Bed and Breakfast
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things to do & buy

by sabriena786

Can somebody please tell me thing to do and buy in Brugge apart from Chocolates, ha. i will be travelling on Sunday 19th Oct for a 2 night cruise.

Thank you in advance

Re: things to do & buy

by unaS

Shopping: Lace

To Do: Walk, walk, walk; take a day trip to Damme; visit the market square, visit Burg Square, eat waterzooie, visit the ancient Basilica of the Holy Blood, visit the Memling Museum, the Beguinage and the Minnewater....

Full details on my Brugge/Bruges page.

Have fun!

Re: things to do & buy

by zuriga

Rent the film, 'In Bruges' and it will put you in the mood!

Re: things to do & buy

by kathymof

Yes lace is the thing to buy in Brugge. You can also get some nice tapestries. A visit to the Benguinage is a must - a very peaceful place. There is also a very nice lace museum. Just wander around the old town. It is an amazing place with lots to see.

Travel Tips for Brugge

Morning Pastry

by warmthought

The People! No matter were you were from or what language you spoke, they recieved us with open arms and were very gracious hosts. From the shop owners to the locals.. they are just great warm people. Rising early in the morning, strolling down to a local pastry shop and enjoying a lazy moment sampling their sweets and drinking a cup of fresh brewed coffee while watching the locals head to work and opening their shops for the day.


by codrutz

Maybe I'm going to be a little bit nasty when I'm asking how would have Brugge been like without its canals? Well .. maybe you can picture it, but I can't .. it would have been just like other normal little town with great architecture.
What I do want to say is that the canals adds and multiplies to the city beauty. They offer - beside the view - opportunity of boat tours, and a place for swans, ducks and other water animals. Yes, canals are one of my fondest memories of Brugge :)


by irisbe

Het Prinsenhof is a building that has almost completely disappeared and got replaced by cloister buildings. At the city map of Marcus Gerards, dating 1562, you still can see how it looked like in that time.
Now a neogotic succeeder replaces the buildings.
Here, at this location, the Burgundian noblesse, leaded an outrageous life with huge banquets and parties, especially the wedding of Margareta of York.
Maria of Burgundy died here and famous humanists like Erasmus and Thomas Moore stayed here.
At this moment it is renovated again and if I am not mistaken it will be a quite expensive (that is it already) hotel.

All of us girls thought that...

by sandravdp

All of us girls thought that the people in Brugge were rather moody and non service like. Only a few were nice, but most unfortunately acted if they swallowed a frog or something like that.

For some real cultural stuff: try beer & chocolats & Flemmish fries and some of the specialties menues here. You will certainly love it. Also very cultural stuff was the lace here. Lotsa lace shops everywhere. Maybe a good present for your grandma.

At the time we were in Brugge by the way we saw something special called 'De heilige bloed processie'(The Holy Blood Procession). The people in Brugge believe that some of the drops of Christs blood was brought to Brugge and they still keep a relic in the Holy Blood Church that is said to contain those blooddrops.
At the Ceremony that takes place around 'Hemelvaart'- a national holiday for Christian countries like Belgium and the Netherlands- the story of the Bible is told by theatre on the streets. They have all special costumes, horses, camels and even sheep herds walking on the streets.

Onze-Lieve-Vrouwe Museum

by Maria81


In Potterierei, just under a mile from the old city centre


A quirky museum of all things medieval: sculpture, books and manuscripts, religious articles, paintings, furniture - pretty much anything, really. A baroque chapel is on-site as well.


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