Bruges is renowned for its cobbled streets, medieval buildings, and winding canals. For Insta-worthy views, Rozenhoedhkaii beats the rest — it’s based in the heart of the Groenerei and Dijver canals, surrounded by gothic buildings, brimming with character and charm.
Soak up the scenic views by boat — there’s plenty which stretch across the canals. Seeking adventure? Climb up The Belfry of Bruges, the medieval bell tower stands out as one of Bruges most impressive archaeological buildings. Once you reach the top you’ll be met with enviable 360 views across the city and beyond.
Groeningemuseum offers culture in buckets, boasting an inspiring collection of Flemish and Belgian paintings, plus incredible 18th and 18th century neoclassical and post-war pieces. For a great day out, make a trip down to Gorge at the Markt, Bruges main market square. It's always buzzing with fab festivals and yearlong boutique arts and crafts.
For the Cinderella experience, hop inside your very own magical horse-drawn carriage, where you can take your time admiring the windmills, architecture, and boats, which rest peacefully on the river. Culture vultures won’t want to miss out on a wander through the candy — coloured UNESCO World Heritage Old Town. Why not grab a box of yummy Bruges chocolates or waffles for the journey home? Downtime can be spent at Minnewater, AKA Lake of Love — there’s so many green spaces, great for a picnic with friends and family.