Hotels in Bruges start at $48 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
The fairy tale-like medieval town of Bruges, Belgium is a paradise for meanderers. No matter your sense of direction, you can easily get lost in its winding cobblestone streets or along its picturesque canals. This active seaport is the region's capital, and its prominence grants it not only a rich past, but a vibrant European-style present. Plan to stay overnight at one of the many hotels in Bruges, and wait for the day-tripping crowds to let you have the city to yourself. There are hundreds to choose from, and even the cheap hotels in Bruges live up to European standards.
The daytime crowds head home in the late afternoon, missing out on the striking night scene in Bruges as towers, churches, and canals are lit to create a dreamy atmosphere. There are many Bruges hotels that take full advantage of the stunning setting, some set in old palaces and others directly on the canals. Bruges is all about its famous market squares, especially the historic city center Markt. And, the city has quite a penchant for its gory medieval past. Try the Torture Museum or the Groeningemuseum for disturbing, yet mesmerizing, displays of art and other exhibits. Whatever you're looking for, Travelocity can help you set up a complete Bruges vacations package.
Nothing beats a late-morning cup of coffee in a medieval market square or an iconic Belgian beer at a local brewery. Bruges is a surf-and-turf kind of city, influenced by the sea and the farmland to the south. You'll find fish and mussels on the menu, as well as Flemish beef stew. And, many restaurants and cafes in Bruges are actually converted 17th-century houses, which were amazingly mostly untouched by World War II.
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