Weekend Break to Bruges on the Eurostar


I’ve been a frequent user of the Eurostar over the years, first as a child doing summer holidays to France and in recent times when I did a day trip to Paris. I’ve always wanted to go to Bruges ever since seeing the movie In Bruges (if you haven’t seen it, what have you been…

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How To Be In Bruges

In Old Norse, Bruges means “landing stage”. The name is appropriate for the city sets quite the stage, staggering several attractions of performance. It is also a city where you don’t really want to leave once you land. Its small streets weave throughout countless canals. The history stretches back 2,000 years when the Gallic Romans…

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