Six reasons why you should visit Bruges in winter

A picture-perfect city straight from a winter fairy tale.

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Evening on the canal in Bruges

Winter is a wonderful time to visit Bruges. Imagine a Flemish landscape painting of cobbled streets, chocolate box houses and canals, windmills and church towers, lit by a low winter sun or gleaming with a sprinkling of snow - that's exactly what you'll find in Bruges.

Bruges, the capital of West Flanders, has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2000, thanks to its amazingly well preserved medieval architecture. But it's not a city preserved in the past: the atmosphere is warm and friendly, the shops, cafes and restaurants buzzing.

These are just a few of the reasons why you really should put Bruges at the number one spot on your winter travel list.

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Winter fun in Bruges

Winter fun in Bruges