Brugge Transportation

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    In the station
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    Front of the station
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  • 1. Travel by Plane Train ,Boat or Car or Bus

    There is a good range of bus services in West Flanders that radiate from Brugge, There are 25 bus routes within the city and many to tourist towns such as Ostend, De Haan etc and the website link here...

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  • 2. Canal Boat Tours.

    One of the nicest ways to see Bruges is by taking a trip on the canal, there are five families that are allowed to organise tourist excursions by open boats on the canals. Each family is allowed 4...

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  • 3. Horse Drawn Carriage Tours.

    We did not do these horse and carriage tours as they are very expensive at 39 euros for 30 minutes around the town. This also includes a 10 minutes stop at the Minnenwater where the horse has a water...

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  • 4. Parking the car and walking

    From Mons we drove by car and it took an hour or an hour and a half--we had so much fun on the way I'm not sure how long it took, but I'd say probably at least an hour's drive from Brussels. The...

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  • 5. Bicycle Rentals

    I asked at my hotel where the nearest bicycle rental place was, and they showed me the way to ‘t koffieboontje in the Hallestraat, just off the Market Square. This is a hotel which also rents out...

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  • 6. Walking is the way to see the City.

    Bruges is not a big city so you do not have to use public transport and you can walk. The train station is 1.5 km from the old town and the walk to the old town is great and not not tired at all. Once...

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  • 7. Bus tour of Brugge

    We did not do this tour as we walked everywhere but for some people this may be an option if you want a guided tour of the city.All the bus tours start in the...

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  • 8. Cycling in Brugge

    Cycling is a common form of transportation is Brugge, both for tourists and for locals. One-way streets are generally open to cyclists going both directions,...

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  • 9. Signposted bicycle routes

    Brugge, like the rest of Flanders, has a fine network of signposted bicycle routes for local or long distance cycling.The signs in my photo are in Brugge near...

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  • 10. Fiets goed gesloten?

    When I visited Brugge in 2012 there were signs in the city center reading “Fiets goed gesloten?” (Bike securely locked?) with a real chain and lock hanging from...

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  • 11. Trains to Brugge

    I travelled to Brugge on an InterCity train from Bruxelles-Midi (Brussels South Station).Two days later I left on an InterCity train for Gent/Ghent/Gand. For...

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  • 12. tours

    horse carriage tourI guess for many people (especially couples) a horse carriage tour is a romantic way to see an old medieval town. Of course the reality is a...

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  • 13. How to move around

    WalkBrugge isn’t big and the Old Town is really walkable so you wont need a car inside the city. The Old Town is only 1,5km north from Train Station. We walked...

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  • 14. How to go there

    Brugge is about 100km west of Brussels, 50km from Gent, and 100km from AntwerpenBy trainWe travelled to Bruges from Gent. There is a train every 30’ and we...

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  • 15. By Ferry

    Bruges port is at Zeebrugge which means Bruges-on-Sea). It is the second largest port in Belgium and the most modern as well as one of the most important in...

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  • 16. Brugge By Train

    Brugge is on the Belgian Railways' main line between Brussels and Oostende and trains run roughly every half hour with a journey time from Brussels of just over...

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  • 17. Go around in the tourist bus.

    it is a good idea to go around Bruges with a tourstic bus. I have not done it, but I have been here two times and I have always problems to find in the city....

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  • 18. From Europe to Belgium with Brussels Airlines

    I travelled from Lisbon to Brussels with Brussels Airlines. The flight was direct and I liked the airline. Flights were on time, planes were modern and new and...

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  • 19. Travelling from Brussels to Bruges

    From Brussels Central Station you can catch a train to Bruges every thirty minutes. The trip takes just under an hour and is a great way to see something of the...

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  • 20. From Brussels to Brugge

    We travelled to Brugge on a guided bus tour with Brussels City Tours. We booked through the hotel and a mini bus picked us up at 11.30 to join the coach in the...

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  • 21. Buzz Bus

    Buzz buses constantly run from the railway station to the Market Place in the Centre of old Brugge ! Costing no more than 1 Euro it takes only a few minutes....

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  • 22. Exploring the surroundings?

    The surroundings of Brugge are quit rural.That is not a negative point. Also in Belgiumstaying at a farm becomes more and morepopular. We call the surroundings...

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  • 23. Budget tip!

    If you got plenty of time and don't mind takingtaking the bus it might be useful to check this site Eurolines brings you from city to city in Europeand they...

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  • 24. Travel to Bruges by ferry from Hull.

    We travelled from Hull, UK to Bruges on a 3 day mini-cruise with P&O Ferries, onboard the Pride of Bruges. The crossing takes 12 and a half hours and arrives in...

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  • 25. Traveling by Train To Brugge

    Took the Eurostar from Ashford to Bruxelles Midi and caught the "B" train to Brugge. Brugge Station isn't much to look at but it's central. We caught a taxi...

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