Belgium’s historic city centres of Bruges and Brussels, usually so busy with visitors that authorities have considered limiting tourists, are facing an unprecedented challenge as the coronavirus pandemic cuts tourism to zero, officials say. Unlike other top European tourism spots such as Paris and Amsterdam, UNESCO world heritage site Bruges is almost totally reliant on its eight million visitors a year, who bring in 750 million euros annually.
Source: Once victims of their own success, Belgian tourist spots emptied by coronavirus
With picturesque medieval buildings nestled among its lace-lined placid canals, Bruges, meaning “bridge” is captivating. A bridge that links past and future…
Source: Bruges : Belgium’s link to the past and bridge to the future
Belgium travel writer Sam Van den Haute shares the very best things to do in Bruges, Belgium. There’s more to Bruges than just a day trip from Brussels…
Source: A Local’s Guide to Things to do in Bruges | The Planet D
Located in the western part of the Belgium, about an hour by train from Brussels or Antwerp, Bruges has a perfectly preserved medieval town center. In this post, Bram wanted to focus on the amazing beauty of the city through a selection of magical Bruges photos.
Source: Magical Bruges Photos That Showcase Bruges’ Beauty – Go 4 Travel Blog
Here is a great list of the best places to visit in Bruges. Bruges, Belgium is one of the most well kept medieval towns in all of Europe and it is full of beautiful buildings, delicious Belgian chocolates, waffles, beer, Venice like canals and so much more.
Source: 12 Best Places to Visit in Bruges
The historic centre of Bruges was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site — but Irish still like to think it was Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell who put it back on the map, writes Geoff Power.
Source: Bruge a place of untouched beauty