Excursion to Bruges from Paris including cruise on the canals
- A good bargain - see more for less
- Take a stroll through the streets and become part of the city
- Let the atmosphere of the city surround you as your guide takes you through the streets
This full-day excursion brings you to the medieval city of Bruges, also known as the Venice of the North. This excursion includes roundtrip transportation from central Paris, tickets for a canal cruise and a professional guide.
Classified as part of UNESCO Heritage, the city of Bruges testifies to the Flemish Art through its historical centre and numerous museums and tourist sites. During your walking tour, you will discover the Beffroi, la Grand'Place, la Basilique Saint-Sang, le Béguinage. You'll also enjoy a one-hour cruise on its famous canals. In winter, the cruise is replaced by a visit of the gothic style town hall.
After the cruise, you will have free time to stroll through the colourful lanes and places of interest and taste typical specialities from Bruges such as chocolates...
- Guided tour
- Roundtrip transportation
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pick-up/drop-off
France Tourisme/Paris Tourism Agency, 6 Rue de l'Amiral de Coligny, 75001 Paris
Meet us at our agency located near the Louvre Museum 15 minutes before departure time indicated on your ticket.
- In winter, the cruise is replaced by a visit of the gothic style town hall
Departure at 7.15am
Return and arrival in Paris at 8.15pm
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