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Bruges' City Hall (1376) is one of the oldest in the Low Countries. It is from here that the city has been governed for more than 600 years. An absolute masterpiece is the Gothic Hall, with its late 19th-century murals and polychrome vault. The...more
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Magnificent craftsmanship, vast historic references, brilliant audio guide. Totally worth the price of the ticket. Take your time and soak in the details to understand how important it is to be true to the values for the citizens of this town.
Stadhuis (town hall) is a 14th century gem of an attraction that is very much worth visiting while sightseeing in Bruges. Opening hours are 9.30-5pm. Entry fee is now €6 per person and includes access to the Brugse Vrije (Liberty of Bruges) also at Burg...More
Brugge City Hall is a wonderful building, architecturally as well as artistically. It is quite old, dating as far back as the 12th or 13th century. It is amazingly decorated and it has a number of very interesting exhibits for visitors. Definitely worth a visit.
Originally built in 1376 and beautifully restored to its original glory in the 19th century, the attraction mainly consists of two rooms. The main gothic hall which is sumptuously decorated with murals depicting famous events of Bruges history and an adjoining exhibition room containing very...More
The city hall of Bruges is without a doubt one of the most beautiful city halls in the world. The architecture, the art (and the size) is most impressive. It's over 700 years old and together with the belfry and the other historic buildings this...More
The main room itself is gorgeous, and covered in amazing paintings. Not much to see beyond the main room, and the audio tour focuses really heavily on explaining the 19th century artwork on the walls rather than the hundreds of years of history or current...More
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Hi Niral, you can see some of it for free, but if you want to see it all the price is € 6,00. It's amazing!
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Amsterdam Parking Garage for Dodge RAM (MAX HEADROOM) (18 Replies)
HI Folks, we are planning a weekend trip to amsterdam and i am now i bit confused, because i have seen that most parking garages i have checked (Stadhuis/Central P1) have a max headroom of 180cm. I am driving a Dodge RAM 1500, does anyone give me a tip, if there are any garages which have higher headroom, so my car will fit? Best regards!!
December 27, 2013|
that is not a car..it is a half-ton pick up truck. while that truck would be right at home here in texas certainly not in the NL. you could inquire with the P&R garages that lie on the outskirts of town to see if you can fit your truck in. tripadvisor.com/Travel-g188590-c134770/Amste…
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Walk along Amstel River - Interesting ?? (7 Replies)
Is this an interesting / scenic Walk - from Stadhuis and Opera down about 1 -2 miles downstream ?? Thanks !!
November 11, 2013|
Yes it can be... By bike you can get a bit further, e.g. to the village Ouderkerk aan de Amstel. There's a monumental "banning pole" along the route: members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/19b883/ Cheers, Dennis