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Infokantoor 't Zand

Het Zand 34 | Concertgebouw, Bruges 8000, Belgium
+32 50 44 46 46
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Lovely place

We enjoyed our photo ops and the ambiance of the district. Great day out with lots to see and do... read more

Reviewed April 15, 2017
bernadette59
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A great way to see this beautiful city

This two hour walking tour from the In&Uit centre is great value. Our tour guide Norbert provided... read more

Reviewed January 7, 2017
Andrea M
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On this exclusive walk (max. 16 pax.) organised by the tourist office of Bruges, a local city guide will take you along on a fascinating trail. You'll discover hidden gems and secret places next to the must-see heritage and architectural highlights of Bruges. The tour also includes a breathtaking panoramic view from the Concertgebouw rooftop (only accessible on this tour). A truly unique experience!
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Het Zand 34 | Concertgebouw, Bruges 8000, Belgium
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Reviewed April 15, 2017

We enjoyed our photo ops and the ambiance of the district. Great day out with lots to see and do. Cant wait to return.

Thank bernadette59
Reviewed January 7, 2017

This two hour walking tour from the In&Uit centre is great value. Our tour guide Norbert provided us with an informative tour of this beautiful and interesting city.

1  Thank Andrea M
Reviewed September 21, 2016

A small group tour from the Tourist Information Office with a knowledgeable and friendly guide. I was only in Bruges for a day and these two hours were totally worthwhile. A German couple on the tour said they were visiting Bruges because of the film...More

Thank geoff427
Reviewed June 30, 2016

Our guide talked about the history and relevance of each spot as we progressed around this compact, but awesome little city. She was wonderful and the tour covered pretty much everything you need to know about the city in just a couple of hours. She...More

Thank mickfromoz
Reviewed June 23, 2016

Mike introduces Bruges with his comical sense of humour - 50% facts and 50% lies. I liked his recommendations for food, biking and selection of museums. Although I don't think the Historium Brugge was worth the money. The anecdote to Königin Astrid was funny. The...More

Thank 61ajitag
Reviewed May 6, 2016 via mobile

What an amazing tour. Our guide Lucy was British and she was so passionate about the city. She has a great sense of humor and can talk about history in a really funny way. She was great! The tour covers pretty much everything you need...More

Thank Liana94
Reviewed March 7, 2016

Our guide Jan took a huge group of us round the city on an interesting tour. He was passionate about the history of the city and gave us a tour which lasted nearly two and a half hours. He did well to keep the group...More

Thank 730kayr
Reviewed January 29, 2016 via mobile

I only got 4 hours to see Brugge and search for a walking tour.. It was absolutely worth it.. The guide gave a lot historical info and share this knowledge with the group.. It was worth the walk!

Thank Liezl L
Reviewed December 27, 2015

I have taken free tours in several European cities including Prague, Nuremberg and Paris. Bruges is a very walkable city, and easily accessible on foot everywhere. The Venice of the North, the surrounding beauty disappears if you are pressed for time. I was here for...More

Thank Sayakboral
Reviewed November 23, 2015

Bruges is an amazing city and fairly easy to walk around but at the same time has a vast amount of history to go with so having an expert local knowledge is a must. Our guide was a delightful character who was a credit to...More

Thank andrew m
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erikahaworth
Hi. Myself (in a all terrain wheelchair. Not minding to stay outside inaccessible places) are on a short visit to Bruges and would dearly love to go on a informative walking tour. It would be on 22nd Oct, next and there is 6-8 in our party. Hope you can help or recommend an alternative. Kind regards. Erika.
October 13, 2016|
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Response from Rowena B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Erica so you have a powered wheelchair? The town of Bruges is best suited for walking tour as there are narrow roads (sometimes suitable for single vehicle).Car parking in the old town is hard to find specially during... More
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417judye
Hi, arriving in Bruges on the 5th June by cruise. How far into town from port when walking?
March 5, 2016|
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Response from limeyl8e | Reviewed this property |
Most cruise ships arrive at Zeebrugge, on the coast. Bruges is about 17 miles inland. there is train service from nearby Blankenberg to Bruges and you could walk from the railway station. If you pre-arrange a guided tour... More
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Tinkswinks
How often do these tours depart?
October 8, 2015|
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Response from sabrina_ide | Property representative |
Hello, depends on when you're coming to Bruges? At the moment (October) on Saturday @ 14h30 and Sunday @ 10h30.
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