Most eye-catching with its early baroque gabling, gilt highlights and golden statuettes. It was once the palace of the ‘Liberty of...
Next door to the Brugse Vrije is the beautiful 1420 stadhuis, with a fanciful facade that’s second only to Leuven’s for exquisitely...
The gothic hall's polychromatic ceiling almost drips with medieval carvings, and murals depicting the town's history add to the room's...
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At the colonnaded Vismarkt, fishmongers have been selling their North Sea produce for centuries. These days only a few vendors set up on...
With its dark timber beams, low lighting and convivial clatter, L'Estaminet scarcely seems to have changed since it opened in 1900. It’s primarily a drinking spot, but also serves time-honoured dishes such as spaghetti bolognaise with a baked cheese crust. Summer sees its loyal local following flow out onto the front terrace.