Travel by Eurostar to the magical city of Bruges with its medieval buildings, cobbled streets and picturesque canals.
Bruges with its seamless blend of antique architectural styles, from tiny brick cottages to gracious Georgian mansions, is a welcome relief and retreat. Bruges certainly brings out the romance in many visitors and you can't help but be amazed by the number of couples wandering its canals hand-in-hand, cheek-to-cheek. The 10 classic places that no one should miss:
Rozenhoedkaai - one of the most photogenic locations in all Bruges
Beguinage - with its quiet inner court
Burg and City Hall - one of the city's most beautiful squares
Flemish Primitives - world famous collection of pictures by the most influential Flemish Primitives
Old Hansa Quarter - which saw important commercial trading between the 13th and 15th century
Canals of Bruges - the city's arteries where you will discover secret gardens and picturesque bridges
Church of our Lady - with its most remarkable 122 metre-high brick tower
Market Square - the beating heart of the city
Almshouses - tiny villages within the city's ramparts with its whitewashed facades
Concert Hall - with its minimalistic auditorium where to enjoy classical concerts, jazz dance or theatre
Eurostar is a high-speed train from London or Kent that travels to Brussels in just over two hours. From there customers take a local train to the dreamy city of bruges where they can start their fairytale adventure.