You have a unique chance to discover the beauty of Bruges at your own pace and not miss a single detail!
During your trip, you will wander around Market Square and gaze at the oldest tower in town — the Belfry, which was burnt down three times in the past and, fortunately, restored. You'll also discover another architectural masterpiece situated there — the Provincial Court, built in amazing neogothic style and used as both a post office and a governance residence. Market Square is not the only square you'll observe: the Jan van Eyck and the Burg squares are waiting for you.
You will explore magnificent old churches of Bruges: the Saint Anne's Church, the Basilica of the Holy Blood consisting of two chapels, and, of course, the Church of Our Lady in both Gothic and Renaissance styles with the royal mausoleums of Mary of Burgundy and Charles the Bold — it's a great chance to touch the history.
That's not all: you will marvel at the breathtaking Rozenhoedkaai firstly mentioned by Georges Rodenbach in his book "Bruges-la-Morte." The book developed tourism rapidly, although Rodenbach gave not a very positive image of Bruges.
Your town tour won't be complete without visiting spectacular Arents Court with its group of statues representing four riders of the Apocalypse. The sculptor, Rick Poot, did his best to create all the statues in the most expressive way possible to let you grasp their mood and concept.
Are you already intrigued? See all of this by yourself!