Follows the history of the potato from ancient Inca gravesites to the Belgian fryer. The entry fee includes a discount token for the...
Statue of Hans Memling
The statue of Hans Memling was erected in 1874. The Flemish Primitive artist is buried in St Gilliskerk, a few blocks further north. For...
A highly absorbing chocolate museum tracing the cocoa bean back to its role as an Aztec currency. Learn about choco-history, watch a...
Cultuurcentrum Brugge coordinates theatrical and concert events at several venues, including this majestic 1869 theatre. Opera,...
Decorated with hats and old clocks, this adorable little restaurant sits above a wine shop overlooking a delightful handkerchief of...
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Lonely Planet review
Look carefully for the concealed hole in the wall and follow the staircase down into this cross-vaulted cellar glowing with ethereal white lights and flickering candles. ’t Poatersgat (which means ‘the Monk’s Hole’ in the local dialect) has 120 Belgian beers on the menu, including a smashing selection of Trappists.