With all the charm of a medieval Belgian town, Bruges (Brugge in Dutch) exemplifies fourteenth-century Flemish wealth. Located in the Flemish region of Belgium, Bruges is more specifically the provincial capital of West Flanders. A walkable village where boats float along the canals and beneath small, storybook bridges. The belfry overlooks the Grote Markt, a grand square surrounded by shops and restaurants with horse-drawn carts.

Aerial footage of this Medieval Flemish village

Bruges Explored

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