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Bruges: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour

1. Bruges: 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour

Discover Bruges, a growing tourist destination in Belgium, for the beautiful medieval town center still intact. Customize this private tour to your interests and comfort, such as walking, coach or driving. With the plethora of museums in Bruges, the highlights of museums and popular restaurants will be recommended to help you establish your visit in Bruges. See the old facades reflect in the canals and give Bruges its charm. Find out why the entire town center is listed as UNESCO World Heritage. Admire beautiful buildings, stately churches, wandering canals and picturesque alleys. Enjoy a boat ride along the canal, and relax while seeing the sights. Purchase lunch and catch a boat ride during the break.  See the Lake of Love, the Beguinage, the Walplein with the de Halve Maan brewery, the St. John's Hospital with masterpieces by Hans Memling, the Church of Our Lady with Michelangelo's Madonna, the Gruuthuse Museum and the Dijver with the Groeninghe Museum, The Tanners' Sqaure, The Fish market, The Burgplein with the town hall, the Market Square with the Belfry, the Cloth Halle, the former post office and the guild houses along the way.

Bruges: Bike Tour of the Old Town and St. Anna's Quarter

2. Bruges: Bike Tour of the Old Town and St. Anna's Quarter

See more of Bruges with a bike tour through the highlights of the historic center and the windmills and canals in St. Anna's quarter. Stop to take a picture of the castle by Minnewater lake. Meet your local guide and pick out a bike that suits you. Ride past the towering Belfry of Bruges and the medieval Gruuthuse palace. Pause to admire views of a red-brick castle by Minnewater lake. Peddle by windmills that were built on top of the city walls. Head to the four surviving medieval city gates in the city to get an idea of what the old city fortifications were like. Continue to to the garden district of St. Anna. Cycle along the old harbor to taken in views of houseboats. Smell the bread as you pass an old bakery. See local street art and a colorful mural.

Bruges: City Highlights Exploration Game

3. Bruges: City Highlights Exploration Game

Think you can solve challenges on your phone to discover the highlights of Bruges? It’s time for a sightseeing exploration game. Play on your own and pause to stop at places you like, or race competitively against your friends to the Lake of Love.  Start at ‘T Zand information point, solving the challenges as the story unfolds. Follow exact directions on your phone to guide yourself to the next location.

Bruges: City Sightseeing Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

4. Bruges: City Sightseeing Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Bruges’s city plan hasn’t changed since the middle ages. On this walking tour, you’ll get to peek behind the curtain of history to see what life was like back then, on a journey through time. You’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in medieval Bruges where, through stories and quirky facts, you’ll get an understanding of what this city once was, and still is, all about. You’ll visit all the main sites and lesser known ones too. You’ll venture into little alleys, squares, inner courtyards and secret inner gardens that most visitors don’t see. By the end of the tour, you’ll know: • Why pigs were banned from the streets in the middle ages and Bruges still keeps swans in its canals • The barbershop symbol’s connection to a medieval hospital • Exactly where within the city you were considered safe from the law • Why Bruges’s citizens are called “the fools” • How a heroic blind donkey got a street named after him • The reason sightings of witches and angels could have been real • Why urine was traded in one tiny square, and where sayings like “piss-poor” originate from I’m a traveler and I started Legends Tours with a friend after years of taking tours and realising that I only remember the quirky, interesting facts along the way. Legends Tours brings history to life through entertaining stories, so after this tour you’ll be sure to have plenty of fun facts to share with others. This tour suits first time travelers, Bruges locals, folks interested in history, and even quickly bored kids. Allow at least 90 minutes for the tour but feel free to take your time, linger in some of the bars and restaurants en route, and take as many photos as you desire.

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What people are saying about Sint-Janshospitaal Museum

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 31 reviews

We had a wonderful day in Bruges thanks to our fantastic guide, Ann. It started raining shortly before our tour began, so we decided to forgo the bikes and switch to a walking tour instead. Ann was so informative, fun, and friendly. She showed us around many of the historic areas, buildings, and cathedrals in Bruges and helped us add a canal tour to our morning once it stopped raining. Excellent day!

A thoroughly good tour and is recommended. The guide appeared to have an electric bike which meant we were constantly having to chase the leader! The bikes needed some servicing, which includes lubrication. Observation rather than critique but a slower pace and perhaps a reduction in content would not devalue the experience.

Top arranged, due to a wrong booking on another activity we had to last.minut another activity for 75 people. This tour arranged us very quickly and well, thanks for this.

The guide understood the included tastings as tips. GYG has given a partial refund. Very fair. The total price was then okay for the group of seven people.

Booking without problems, quick contact, smooth payment process, punctual collection from the meeting point, very nice guide, always happy