Bruges, city of water

Bruges is not only known as the Venice of the North because of its romantic atmosphere. The city is also criss-crossed by the Reie, a natural river that helped Bruges to become the commercial centre of Western Europe in the Middle Ages. Join our expedition along the peaceful Bryggia canals to Bruges-la-Morte and be introduced, drop by drop, to the rich waterborne history of Bruges, with its fishmongers and whalers, from the Rogia (Celtic for Holy Water) to the outlying port of Zeebrugge. Let yourself be immersed in our AQUACULTURE during this surprising voyage of discovery.

Start: Historium (Markt 1)
Price: 90 euros per group <20 pers.
Duration: 2 hours

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