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Having served as a marketplace since the year 958, the Markt Square is steeped in history!
Grab some Belgian chocolates from a nearby Chocolatier and perch on a bench to take it all in.
Plus it’s an excellent way to burn off those extra chocolates!
If art’s your thing (sadly not mine), check out the Groeningemuseum for a fabulous collection of Flemish Primitive and Renaissance paintings.
A trip to Belgium wouldn’t be complete without indulging in the local delicacies.
Famous for its chocolates, waffles and beer, we made sure to sample ample amounts of delicious goodies!
So, although I have walked these gorgeous streets before, I saw them through new eyes.
I visited Bruges with my husband, Jamie, for our sixth wedding anniversary and we spent three days wandering around in a beer and sugar-induced haze – Belgian beer and Belgian chocolates are some of the best in the world you know!
Just be aware though that you must climb up a very narrow, winding staircase with people going both ways, so be prepared for tight spaces and a steep incline.
While the 366 steps may seem like too much of a challenge after all those Belgian waffles, I can guarantee it is worth the effort.
On a clear day, you are rewarded with far-reaching, panoramic views over the red-tiled roofs of the quaint city and a bird’s eye view of the Burg Square below.
This view seems to feature on every piece of marketing material I’ve ever seen for Bruges – that iconic picture perfect photograph of the gorgeous buildings reflecting in the waters of the canal while the Belfry peeks out in the background.
While visiting Bruges, you really must spend a few moments taking in this beautiful scene, especially at night.
Blog posts entitled ‘A day trip to Bruges’ and ‘How to spend 24 hours in Bruges’ are everywhere and plentiful.