Highlights

Enjoy a guided tour given by our experienced guides

  • Free time for museum visits, shopping or sampling some of the specialties of Belgian cuisine

  • Discover the picturesque medieval town center: the beautiful architecture of the Grand Place Square, the Market Hall with its famous bell tower, and the Benedictine convent, Le Béguinage

  • Full day excursion to Bruges from Paris by Van

 

Departure and Return To :

Meeting Point : 

Gare de Lyon, near the big white planter boxes with trees in Place Louis-Armand. A representative will be there holding a sign.

Overview

We offer you an excursion with a specialized guide driver on Bruges and an air conditioned Mini Van for 13 hours to allow you to discover the wonders of this amazing city.

Discover Bruges on a private tour.

  • As you arrive at Bruges, our guide will guide you through the city and will advise you on all visits to museums, monuments and even on shopping.

  • At the end of your excursion we will drop you off at the location of your choice in Paris.

13 Hours 17 May, 18 May, 19 May, and more
Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • Taxes and freeway tolls

  • Services of a tour guide

  • Canal cruise in Summer (April to October)

  • Return transport in an air-conditioned Mini Van

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Things not mentioned in included
Itinerary

Full day trip from Paris to the Belgian town of Bruges, also known as the "Venice of the North," a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000. Surrounded by a network of canals, the historic center of Bruges has retained its medieval charm and is home to plenty of architectural and historic gems.

Leave meeting point  at 7:15 a.m. for an unforgettable day in Bruges in Northern Belgium (arrival scheduled for around 11 a.m.). 

 

Bruges

Your visit will begin with a guided walking tour of the Gothic brickwork architecture of the medieval center, lasting around 1 hour and 30 minutes. During your walk, you will take in the sights of the stunning Grand Place Square, the Market Hall with its bell tower, the 13th-Century Notre Dame Cathedral, the Benedictine convent (Le Béguinage), and the majestic Town Hall.

In Summer (April to October), take to the water for a short cruise along the town's canals to admire its wonderful Flemish mansions and immerse yourself in Bruges's peaceful and mystical atmosphere.

Enjoy the town at your own pace with lunch in a local restaurant. Sample the region's specialties (mussels and fries, traditional Flemish sweet and sour beef stew, waffles, etc.), visit some of the many museums, learn about Flemish art and local craftsmanship, or taste some delicious Belgian chocolates. 

 

Bruges houses

Departure from Bruges is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., arriving back in Paris at around 9 p.m.

 

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