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Ghent and Bruges Day Trip from Brussels
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Ghent and Bruges Day Trip from Brussels

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Don’t waste your precious vacation time organizing transportation and itineraries; let a guide do the hard work on this day trip to Bruges and Ghent from Brussels. It’s perfect for travelers with limited time, offering a great introduction to these two UNESCO-listed medieval cities. Learn the history of each place from your guide and relish the cultural highlights.
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Stephen O wrote a review Oct 2020
Milford, United Kingdom115 contributions54 helpful votes
Had to climb to the top after this place featured heavily in one of my favourite films, In Bruges. Was a challenging ascent and very narrow in some places. Colin Farrell’s character was correct when he suggested the obese Americans would struggle to get to the top! Great view and worth the climb.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jacquesmasson9999 wrote a review Oct 2020
52 contributions7 helpful votes
worth the climb ;we were there during a rain ;; if you are visiting for the first time bruges ;you have to see this attraction beautiful,
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Florian254 wrote a review Aug 2020
Norddeutschland1,314 contributions705 helpful votes
Yes you need to be fit. 366 steps and especially the last 33 need to be taken. But it is very informative and you get a wonderful view of the city. Of course with Covid 19 you need to register beforehand. Beware every 15 minutes the bells are ringing and that is pretty loud.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Therealbigapple wrote a review Aug 2020
Bruges, Belgium12 contributions11 helpful votes
I'm from Bruges and took my 6 yo son for the first time to the belfry. We had to make a reservation beforehand, so there was no queue. As residents from Bruges we could enter for free. The climb to the top was very calm, barely any other people to see. As you get higher it also gets steeper and more narrow. The drum that drives the bells is really impressive when you see it in action. My son got a bit nervous just before the end of the climb but the steep and narrow part is not that long. Views are of course spectacular. Even with the mesh. You should stay there until the hour or half hour to hear the bells chime (quite loud, son had to cover his ears). Way down was more difficult, but as there was no one else in the staircase, we could take our time. Definitely recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Alma wrote a review Jul 2020
Kempten, Germany28 contributions2 helpful votes
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If you are traveling in the summer of 2020, make sure to reserve a spot online. We were welcomed by lovely and friendly staff, and had a nice climb up the tower. The view is magnificent!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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