Brugge (Bruges) Cruise Reviews

Brugge (Bruges) Cruise Port
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Brugge (Bruges) Overview
Brugge (in Flemish -- it's Bruges in French) is one of the most visited cities in Europe and is the number one destination for passengers on cruise ships calling at Zeebrugge. Visitors flock here, ...
iandjm
12/16
We caught the free shuttle to Blankenberg and had a walk around. Seaside resorts in Winter cant be expected ... Read more
bobjimshaw
11/16
Ghent -- We enjoyed this so much fantastic guide and what a great place to visit we were enthralled. Read more
rugbylover
11/16
Been to Bruges many times, lovely picturesque place with lots of chocolate shops. Read more
donner70
11/16
We were going to walk around the town of Zeebrugge. This is where we docked but were told to take the train ... Read more
Bogof1
11/16
Caught shuttle bus to Blenkenberg Read more
spideyswims
11/16
Pre-arranged taxi ride to and from Brugge. Both on time and pleasant drivers. Read more
Music5859
11/16
Had to pay 10 euros each for a shuttle bus to Blankenberg. No other cruise line charges. Dreadful! Read more
Pickaway Cruiser
10/16
Don't miss Brugge. It is the most beautiful city I've seen yet. It's easy to do on your own. You don't need ... Read more
styxfire
10/16
You're not allowed to walk in the Port. You can take the Port's free shuttle from the ship to the edge of ... Read more
johnjc14
10/16
Fabulous city Read more
Bauerj
10/16
Bruges was wonderful the food and shopping.we loved it Read more
Pepe1972
10/16
No facilities in a small village. You can have a great walk towards Knokke and Heist. Read more
lesleyfb
10/16
In Zeebrugge the port organised a free shuttle bus which took you to the port gates. MSC organised shuttle ... Read more
play1222
10/16
We had a good city drive around and then a walking tour in the old city centre, all new to us so interesting Read more
Byron_1978
09/16
We embarked/disembarked here. The port is actually Zeebrugge. We rate it excellent because Brugge is a very ... Read more
ec6393
09/16
Love Brugge & all the chocolate shops that there are. It has a lot of history & around every corner ... Read more
CanEcosse
09/16
Ypres and Flanders Fields. For anyone with an interest in WW1, this was an excellent experience with a ... Read more
Shir Hayam
09/16
We went into the city on our own, did a canal cruise and ate chocolate. A magical, fairy tale kind of place. ... Read more
DrKoob
09/16
we decided to do a horse-drawn carriage ride around Brugges to get a general overview of the city. We got the ... Read more
ragbag1
09/16
As on a previous cruise we took Celebrity's “Bruges-on-your-own” bus. There are cheaper means of ... Read more
Hazmat Guy
09/16
A great way to get a feel for the city Read more
Travels4 Fun
09/16
we took a train to Bruges -very easy and joined the free tours by locals and enjoyed this. We had time to ... Read more
DeputyDawg46
08/16
This is a docked port. The bus to Blankenberge is 10 euros and the bus to Bruges is 20 euros. However, ... Read more
Within temptation
08/16
Loved Gent and all it had to offer, been to Bruges a few times so wanted tom try something else. Would go ... Read more
normadams
08/16
docked in Zebrugge and caught tram to next town Read more
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