Bruges, commonly referred to as the Venice of the North, is a UNESCO World Heritage site that’s full of medieval history, rounded cobblestones and meandering canals. This charming city has so much to offer despite its small size, and you’ll be able to see if all during a walking tour, horse-drawn carriage ride or canal cruise.
Spring and summer are the best times of the year to visit Bruges because the good weather means you can wander around endlessly, but not get too hot when sightseeing or climbing the famous Belfry. During the day-time, you can see the city with its old town walls and trees in full bloom, while after dark, you can’t help but be enchanted by the way the historical buildings and monuments are lit up at night. A picture can speak a thousand words, so watch the film ‘In Bruges’ to see exactly what’s in store in winter, when the weather in Bruges is coldest, but it’s also at its most magical.