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Bruges. Pop. 117,000. Currency Euro. Language Dutch (Flemish). Time Zone GMT + 1 hour. Nearest airport – Brussels. Best Time to go – spring and autumn. Bruges is the largest city and capital of West Flanders. It’s historic city centre is a prominent World Heritage Site of UNESCO. The city experienced a “Golden Age” in the 12th to 15th centuries where it’s safe city walls housed a wool market, a woollens weaving industry, and a developing lace market. The city harbour brought foreign traders from Genoa, Venice and Northern Europe. Maritime trade started to diminish with the rise of Antwerp with it’s larger port and Bruges became a backwater. Economic growth was stimulated with the construction in 1907 of the nearby port of Zeebrugge. Later success came in the form of international tourists looking to visit the great architecture and to experience the network of canals within the city. Having survived many of the ravages of World War II most of the Bruges medieval architecture is still intact. Notable examples of this architecture include: The Church of Our Lady; The Beguinage; Basilica of the Holy Blood; Sint-Salvator Cathedral; The Groeningemuseum; and The City Hall.

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Bruges Hotels Flights and Travel including Orangerie Hotel Brugotel Hotel De Medici Hotel Novotel Brugge Zuid Aragon Hotel Academie Hotel Sofitel Brugge Hotel Flanders Hotel Bruges Travel and Tourism in West Flanders.

Orangerie Hotel Bruges

The Orangerie Hotel, is a 4 star hotel with 22 rooms. A cozy & inviting Hotel housed in a restored 16th-century Flemish Convent with landscaped garden. It is ideally situated with it's terrace overlooking one of the loveliest canals in Bruges. The hotel is also perfectly located to explore different parts of the city. Why not rent a bicycle and make the short trip to Damme, six kilometres northeast of Bruges.

Orangerie Hotel Bruges

Beguinage - wikipedia

A Béguinage is a collection of small buildings used by Beguines, which were several lay sisterhoods of the Roman Catholic Church, founded in the 13th century in the Low Countries, of religious women who sought to serve God without retiring from the world.

Bruges - wikipedia

Bruges (Dutch: Brugge, stemming from Bryggja, which assumedly used to signify 'landing stage' or 'port') is the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is located in the northwest of the country. The historic city centre is a prominent World Heritage Site of UNESCO. It's egg-shaped and about 430 ha in size.

Brugge - wikitravel

Cosmopolitan and bourgeois, Bruges (official name in Dutch: Brugge, is one of the best preserved pre-motorized cities in Europe and offers the kind of charms rarely available elsewhere. Part of Flanders, the Dutch-speaking northern part of Belgium, Brugge is a postcard perfect stop on any tour of Europe.

Virtual Panorama Tour of Bruges

Virtual and interractive tour of historic Brugge. Highlights, historical centre and panoramic prints.

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