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Godshuis St-Jozef & De Meulenaere
One of the delights of wandering around Bruges is the chance of coming across a complex of godshuizen (almshouses). One of the town's...
Brouwerij De Halve Maan
Founded in 1856, this is the last family brouwerij (brewhouse) in central Bruges. Multilingual guided visits , lasting 45 minutes,...
By the time this glass-roofed restaurant’s doors open, a queue has usually formed outside, full of diners keen to get vegetarian fare...
Katelijnestraat 43 · interesting places nearby
While Antwerp is now the centre of the diamond industry, the idea of polishing the stones with diamond ‘dust’ was originally pioneered in Bruges. This is the theme developed by this slick museum which also displays a lumpy, greenish 252-carat raw diamond and explains how the catchphrase ‘Diamonds are Forever’ started as a De Beers marketing campaign. Diamond-polishing demonstrations (12.15pm & 3.15pm) cost €3 extra.