A very few Chocolate shops in Brugge DO NOT allow you to ' look around ' and will chuck you out into the street if you do go in without knowing what you want! Check the door signs before you look. The... more
Bruges is among the safest cities in Belgium, but in crowded places you have to beware of pickpockets. Car-jacking incidents involving expensive cars are not unheard of.
If you do not like crowds,... more
Don't get me wrong. Brugge is lovely, but there are a few things that are a bit messed up. The sightseeing tours on a boat is one. I didn't think all of the boats look very safe. They are way too... more
About the only danger for a female will be gazing at all the gorgeous men and tripping on the cobblestone streets (no joke - I couldn't believe how hot the guys are in Belgium overall). Also a severe... more
Be careful if you go to the movies in Brugge... I made a mistake and watched the Rack-the-Ripper-movie "From Hell". Scary, but great movie. On the way home my friends and I were really panicing -... more
Brugge is a small place and a very popular destination, so limited accommodation is available. We went over a UK bank holiday weekend and queued for two hours at tourist info to find a place. They... more
I came to Brugge with much expectation. It's a town favoured by many and reports were all favourable at my end of the spectrum.
Alighting at the train station the first thing I was confronted with was...
Walking is the best way to discover Bruges. The city is rather small you can easily walk across it in half an hour. Its also a romantic city. My must see page would show a little bridge on which, if...
Brugge is one of those rare towns that is both a must see and a tourist trap. With a little care in planning, you can avoid the tourist trap side of the city and have a lovely visit to this magical......