How to get to Bruges from Brussels airport?
Bruges is a town in Flanders, the northern part of Belgium. The closest airport to Bruges is Brussels Airport, which is located approximately 110 km to the east of Bruges. Therefore, the best way to get to Bruges is to hire private car transfer service at Brussels airport. The service offers a large choice of vehicles for travellers. So travellers can choose from a small car to spacious estates. There are cars to suit everyone at Brussels Airport. Mini and compact cars are perfect if you want something practical to get around the city. After booking the service, the diver will personally pick you up and drive you straight from Brussels airport to Bruges*. The driver will be happy to recommend you some of the best restaurants or hotels in town or answer any other question concerning your stay in Bruges.
There are many hotels where you can stay in
Bruges has a huge variety of accommodation options, ranging from cheap and cheerful hotels to exclusive canal-side guesthouses. Despite this being an expensive city, it is possible to pick up a reasonably priced room. The Bruges hotel room rates are based on double occupancy of a twin or double room at the standard rate, including breakfast and all taxes.
You can find wonderful hotels for refined living such as Bonifacius. This cosy, canal-side guesthouse dates back to the
16th century and is one of the city’s most photographed private buildings. In addition, the Hotel Pand, a small luxury hotel located in the heart of the old town. Sumptuous, this former 18th-century carriage house has a friendly, laid-back ambience and one of the best champagne breakfasts in the city.
Best attraction and things to do in Bruges city
Bruges is small and can be easily toured in two days. No need to panic that there will be enough time to do and see everything. What makes it such a great place is that a lot of doing Bruges has to do with just sitting, watching and enjoying new view.
In addition, Bruges is a picturesque medieval town encapsulated in a circular canal. Very similar to Amsterdam and some German cities in many ways, even more seductive and memorable. In the main square of the paved market, there are many horses and carts that go around the world. Not to mention the high bell tower and colourful houses shaped like gingerbread, really made us feel like we had been transported back to medieval times. In addition to that, the art of cooking French fries is one that has been perfected by the Belgians. You can buy them from stands that are open from morning to night in the main market square. Also, the shops specializing in Belgian chocolate are three of four to a street. It is possible to sample chocolates non-stop in the course of a day wandering. Finally, Bruges is full of great things to do with kids.
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