Charming apartment with terrace in the centre of Bruges. The apartment is fully equipped and close walking distance from the historic centre.
3 roomsLiveable floor area : 80m²
- View : Unobscured, not overlooked, river, town, rooftop
- Children welcome
- Setting : Historical, Characteristic
- Bus pick up point beach at 500m
- Exposure : South-west
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Apartment on the second floor of a typical Bruges House with a beautiful terrace. The terrace is sunny and gives a beautiful view on the canal and parks along the city. It is close to the public transport and just a few minutes walk from the historic centre of the city. Fully equipped, there are 6 available beds, a kitchen, living room with TV and stereo.
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Bruges is a member of the Organization of the cities of the World Heritage since 2000. She was also the European capital of culture in 2002, at the same time as the Spanish city of Salamanca. It is called 'Venice of the North' because it has many canals which surround or pass through the town and on the edge of the city centre which are still remnants of fortress and mills. Sights: The Grand'Place (Grote Markt) with belfry (belfort). The Place du Bourg (Burg) with the Palace of the Franc of Bruges and its Museum, the old registry (Oude Griffie), the Town Hall and the Basilica of the Holy blood. The Burg. The Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy (Prinsenhof): dating back to the 15th century, it welcomes, since 2008, the Kempinski Hotel Dukes' Palace, luxury hotel five star. The Burgesses (Poortersloge) lodge, which houses the Archives of the State. For children, it is ' a Dolphinarium in Bruges.
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A10/E40, which connects to Ghent and Brussels; A10, which connects to Ostend; A18/E40, which connects to Veurne and the French border; A17/E403, linking to Kortrijk and Tournai; N31/E403, which connects Zeebrugge; N49/E34, linking to Antwerp.