Journals Bruges

Easter in Bruges

Created by Kathryn on April 24, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Where else would you go for Easter chocolate?

Bruges - a reawakened medieval city

Created by Drever on November 8, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

Bruges, the capital of West Flanders, is now Belgium's most popular tourist destination, so book early. The harmonious appearance of the architecture, tranquil canals, your footsteps ringing on the cobblestones while church bells chime and horse's hoofs echo from a nearby street, charm the visitors.

Bruges: Artistry Frozen in Time

Created by kjlouden on December 13, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Medieval artisans were determined to reveal to the church and to mankind the creative spirit, how to elevate, nourish and indulge it. I wouldn’t have gone for the “Holy Blood,” but humanism shines supreme in the real tapestry of Bruges.

A Winter Weekend in Bruges

Created by Bear in Britain on October 21, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Wondering where to go to take advantage of winter flight deals? Try Bruges. It’s intimate, walk-able and filled with quaint sites, shops, bars and restaurants that offer a retreat whenever the cold gets too much. Go before Easter and get the bonus of Europe’s best chocolate in high season.

Magical Bruges

Created by michaelhudson on July 24, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

I first fell in love with Bruges when I was nine years old. Walking through the centre of the city, I was held spellbound by the sight of the 90-metre high Belfort-Hallen towering above the Markt. In the course of a single afternoon the city stole my heart.

BRUGES -- Cultural Capitol of Europe 2002

Created by gwelkins on January 11, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Shhhhhh, don’t tell too many friends that I’ve discovered this quaint European medieval city that you only see in movies. Only this isn't a set built on Paramount’s back lot – this is for real. Enter the Old Town Gate and go back in time. Bruges – we adore you!

Bustling Bruges

Created by Irene on January 6, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Located 55 miles northeast and 1 hour train ride from Brussels, medival Bruges rumbles with horse drawn carriages, spify quaint canal boats, an active fish market and historic gothic halls and cathedrals.

Bruges is beautiful

Created by travelprone on November 14, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

10 Reviews
2 Stories

A step back into many times past,tourist-crowded but tourist-friendly Bruges was a low-key interlude from the big cities of Paris and London. Food and drink were superior and budget-priced - love those frites! The locals were welcomers and rescuers and I love their city! Bruges has the best of the "new" and "old" worlds;its beauty is that of both Nature and Man preserved for our delight.

Bruges for families

Created by KarenG on July 17, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

Our family (parents and three girls, 14, 12 and 8) traveled in Europe for three weeks. Bruges is an almost perfectly preserved mideival town located an hour west of Brussels. While popular with tourists, it has the feel of a place where people actually live and work - it feels real.

Breathtaking Bruges

Created by kimca on February 19, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Cobblestone streets lead to narrow canals. Windmills line walkways and tourists bask in the spring sun in the central square.

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