The historic city centre is mostly car-free and due it’s sheer size it can be easily explored on foot. Most main attractions are located within a 15 mins walking distance from each-other. You can wander trough the streets on your own, using the Bruges Tourist Map above as a guidance, or you can take one of the many guided tours around the city.
Bruges Tourist Map
The map below shows most of the main attractions in Bruges. You can save the map and then open it in Google Maps on your smartphone.
Getting around in Bruges:
Busses are operated by “De Lijn” and will take you anywhere you want in and outside the city. Another great way to get around in Bruges is on bicycle. They are easy to rent and allow you to get around the city quick and easy.
Sightseeing in Bruges
Bruges Walking Tours
There are (free) guided walking tours every day. You can also book a private guided tour with a local. Check the links below for more information:
Bruges Biking Tours:
Instead of walking, why not take a biking tour around Bruges with an english speaking guide? It’s fun and quick way to see all the highlights in the city within a few hours.
You can also take a tour on a horse drawn carriage through the city centre. The Carriage tours start at the “Grand Market’ and cost 50€ per carriage for 30mins (Max 5 people).
Bruges Boat Tours:
Another great way to discover the city is to take a boat tour on the historic canals.