Bruges

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Groeningemuseum
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6 reviews
The Groeninge Museum has one of Europe’s most impressive collections of medieval art; it's a must-see on any visit to Bruges. — Frommer's
Sint-Janshospitaal
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3 reviews
This museum is housed in the former Sint-Janshospitaal (Hospital of St. John), where the earliest wards date from the 13th century. — Frommer's
The Markt
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3 reviews
The heart of ancient Bruges, the old market square is lined with pavement cafes beneath step-gabled facades. — Lonely Planet
Beguinage
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3 reviews
Despite the hoards of summer tourists, the begijnhof remains a remarkably tranquil haven. In spring, a carpet of daffodils adds to the quaintness of the scene. — Lonely Planet
Belfort
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3 reviews
The Belfry was, and is, the symbol of Bruges's civic pride. — Frommer's
Folklore Museum
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3 reviews
Housed in the low whitewashed houses of the former Shoemakers Guild Almshouse, the Folklore Museum aims to recreate life in Bruges in times gone by. — Frommer's
De Halve Maan Brewery
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4 reviews
The brewery here was mentioned in dispatches as early as 1546 and has been in use in "modern" times since 1856. — Frommer's
Basilica of the Holy Blood
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4 reviews
These people claim to have a vial of Christ's blood that was given to them during or after the crusades. — Afar Magazine
Onze-Lieve-Vrouw ter Potterie
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2 reviews
This Gothic church dates for the most part from the 13C. It is mainly of note on account of its slender 122m-tall brick steeple. Inside are several masterpieces, including the Bruges Madonna. — Michelin Guide
Friet Museum
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3 reviews
Potato-peeling mannequins, Inca art, and a dangling tuber mobile help trace the history of fries at this Belgian museum.  — Atlas Obscura
Church of Our Lady
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3 reviews
Inside, it’s best known for Michelangelo’s serenely contemplative 1504 Madonna and Child statue, the only such work by Michelangelo to leave Italy during the artist’s lifetime. — Lonely Planet
Cathédrale Saint Sauveur de Bruges
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3 reviews
This mainly Gothic church with a 100m (328-ft.) belfry has been Bruges's cathedral since 1834 (its predecessor, Saint Donatian's on the Burg, was demolished by the French around 1800). — Frommer's
Burg Square
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2 reviews
This square is in the heart of Bruges — Michelin Guide
Historium Brugge
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3 reviews
The Historium occupies a neo-Gothic building on the northern side of the Markt. — Lonely Planet
Brugse Vrije
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3 reviews
Much of the building is still used for city offices, but you can visit the former aldermen’s room, the Renaissancezaal, to admire its remarkable 1531 carved chimney piece. — Lonely Planet
Lace Center
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3 reviews
Some interesting courtyards and demonstrations are arranged in this Lace Centre, lace being a Bruge speciality — Michelin Guide
Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum
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2 reviews
A highly absorbing chocolate museum tracing the cocoa bean back to its role as an Aztec currency. — Lonely Planet
Sint-Janshuismolen
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2 reviews
— Fodor's
Diamond Museum
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2 reviews
This museum is relatively compact, but it manages to present a full picture of the fascinating world of diamonds. — Frommer's
Town Hall
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2 reviews
The beautiful 1420 stadhuis features a fanciful facade that’s second only to Leuven’s for exquisitely turreted Gothic excess. — Lonely Planet
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