“If you are going to Belgium, do not miss Bruges”. This is what everyone in Office told me when I mentioned about my plan of visiting Belgium during the weekend.
Bruges is a small city in the northern part of the country. It is a city of canals and often called as the “Venice of the North”. The city centre is declared as world heritage site of UNESCO.
One of our colleagues was staying at Bruges and hence we choose it for our stay in Belgium. It is about 1.5 hours drive from Brussels.
One of the canals in Bruges.
A road in Bruges. It was Sunday and very less people were on streets.
Damme, a small village near Bruges.
Labels: Abroad, Belgium, river, travel