Took a bus (prebooked with Viator) from terminal to a short walk from Brugges. Saw Belfry tower (long lines) and did a canal boat ride. Amazing history and beautiful city. So much to do and delicious chocolates and beer. TIP: if you plan on buying chocolates pack a freezer bag to store them in while you walk about. We bought ours there and they charged a ton! The chocolate is not cheap (worth it) so it’s worth protecting them from the heat.
Had to take a bus or train to Bruges. Great city. Very walkable. Eat the waffles & chocolate. Took a canal cruise.
Visited: Sep 13, 2019
Love Bruges, have been previously so just spent the time on our own and not on an organised tour.
Visited: Aug 30, 2019
Port is industrial, but excursion to Bruges was excellent.
Visited: May 04, 2019
Nice bought. It is fairly easy to get to Bruges for chocolates. If. Few share a taxi or minibus which you can pick up in the port it is fairly cheap. Or you can get to blakenburg, for chocolates.
NCL Excursion: "Romantic Bruges". Tour leader Helga very informative. Lots of walking on this tour throughout the city. Had 1 hour of free time on our own, then a picturesque canal boat ride.
Visited: Jul 07, 2019
Yes. Bruges on Your Own. Loved the town. Clean, easy to navigate through city on our own.
Visited: May 11, 2019
Absolutely beautiful . In the terminal buy a transfer to Brugge for 20 euros. They drop you off right where you want to be.
Visited: Aug 17, 2019
Yes went on excursion it was ok nothing exciting
Visited: Apr 26, 2019
I was shamed into going to Flanders Field in Ypres by friends. Our tour guide was outstanding who shared her knowledge of WW1. Poppy season was almost over, saw the occasional flower. Our visit to Flanders Field Memorial was unforgettable. I don’t think there was a dry eye when you saw the miles & miles of small white crosses set in a respectful setting with memorial statues. As we toured the countryside to Ypres we saw small white fenced enclosures with white crosses where solders had died & were laid to rest. Tour of Flanders Field was good. Listened to Sgt John MacCrae’s report of the war, it was wonderful to see his poem encased in stone along with his picture. Bought all sorts of poppy souvenirs. Saw lots of foreign school kids, some vacationing from Canada & US, others on school trips from France. Architecture typical European beautiful.
Visited: May 15, 2019
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