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about the city
population, Language, currency, plug point, emergency no, time zone
entry requirements and best time to visit
Getting In & Around
Ostend-Bruges International Airport:
30 km west of city centre. Bus/Tram + Train: €3(onboard)/2.50/1.80 (mobile) to Ostend Station & Train €4.30-€5.50 to Bruges Station. Bus: €5. Taxi: €40-50 (approximately).
Brussels Airport (Zaventem)
110 km east of city centre, Train: €21.20 (there is a direct train), Flixbus: from €6. Taxi: from €90 – 130 approx.
150 km south-east of city centre. Train: €21.30 from Charleroi South station, take a bus or metro from airport to reach here. change at Bruxelles-Midi. Flibco Shuttle: from €5. Taxi: from €150 (approximately).
central train station, Connected by Public transport, Restaurants, public facilities and lockers are available here.
Tickets are valid to change lines and transport in the given time. Tickets can be purchased at supermarkets, newspaper stands and at vending machines. Single tickets also available on tram and bus, from drivers. Visit Bruges website
Tickets: single ticket (1 hour) €2.50/€3 (in vehicle)/€1.80 (mobile app). 10 journey ticket €16/€15 (mobile app)/ Day Pass €7,50/ €4(child) valid till 4 am. 3 day pass €15 /€8 (child) Valid till 4 am after last day.
Bruges. Photo by Tamar Gogua on Unsplash
See & Do
museum | opening hours: 9.30am to 5pm tue to sun, monday closed. tickets: adult €12, child under 18 free , address: Dijver 12, 8000 Brugge , website: www.museabrugge.be , phone: +32 50 44 87 43 , email:[email protected]
museum | opening hours: 9.30am to 5pm tue-sun, monday closed, tickets: €6-8 , address: Mariastraat 38, 8000 Brugge,
market square | open area. Old public square with shops around it. one of the active places to be in the city.