During the full-day Bruges tour from Amsterdam you’ll get to discover one of the most beautiful tows in Belgium.
This is a great and stress-free trip away from Amsterdam’s city bustle. You’ll travel to beautiful Bruges by air-conditioned coach/bus. After arriving in Bruges, you’re knowledgable guide will give you short overview of all the city sights that you’ll be able to visit. After that you can spend 5 full hours discovering the amazing canals, old churches and lace shops of Bruges on your own.
Visit the old city gates, The Begijnhof, and the breath-taking windmills. Whilst in Belgium you might as well indulge with some world famous Belgian chocolates. When booking this Bruges tour from Amsterdam you’ll also receive a complimentary 1-hour canal cruise in Amsterdam worth 16,- euros. Do the canal cruise at any time of your liking.
Your Bruges tour from Amsterdam begins with pickup from the meeting point in the center of Amsterdam at the back of Amsterdam’s Central Station. During the air-conditioned bus trip you’ll have plenty of time to relax and take in sights of the unique countrysides that Holland and Belgium have to offer. Following your tour guide’s overview of Brugge and the optional walking tour, you’ll have plenty free time to wander through the UNESCO World Heritage Site that is Bruges. See the historic centre of Bruges, the canals through the old town, and the marvelous Market Square. Don’t forget to taste some of that high quality Belgian beer! 😉
Afterwards meet up with your local guide again and hop onto the coach for a trip back to the original meeting point in the centre of Amsterdam.
The West Flemish city of Bruges is one of the most popular and romantic city break destinations in Belgium. Thousands of visitors have been coming to the historic city centre for years. The moment you step into the city centre, it looks like you are walking into an open-air museum. The historic heart of Bruges is made up out of a large collection of old streets, atmospheric squares and beautiful European facades that seem to take you back to earlier times. The sound of the horses still walking through the streets reinforces this feeling.
These days, horses are not a necessary means of transport for the Belgians, but are used to show tourists the city on horse-drawn carriages. Bruges has made a wise decision in making the city centre largely car-free. This ensures that pedestrians have ample room, provided that they take into account the aforementioned horse-drawn carriages and also the many cyclists who sometimes make their way through the crowd at relatively high speed. But you’re already used to that as you’re travelling from Amsterdam.