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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, ...
Lizzyinflorida
07/15
Since we had spent a week in Bruges a couple of years ago, we did what one is suppose to do in Bruges: eat ... Read more
M&PGermany
07/15
Brugge is well worth a visit. Read more
Thornton1971
07/15
We took the free shuttle into Blankenburg, aiming to go into Bruges, but it was raining. We decided to just ... Read more
SotonScotty
06/15
fantastic old city Read more
Cruzing Di
06/15
We took the free shuttle out of the port area and walked 5 minutes to the store across from the church. For ... Read more
BarkerFinch
06/15
Took shuttle to Blankenberg then train to Brugge.Too far to walk into town.The train ride return was cheaper ... Read more
Emily Burnham
06/15
You can take a short walk to tram stop and for 5 euros travel all day on the line that goes to next town for ... Read more
Apeeler
06/15
Did our own thing, free shuttle buses, very short wait times. Bruges itself was a lovely town doable on ... Read more
Cruise10Girl
06/15
Shared taxi to town and did our own thing - Choc Museum and Henri Mass Brewery tours. walked all over town ... Read more
Bellafiore33472
05/15
Brugge is a wonderful little town that we have visited often. Unfortunately, the transportation from the ... Read more
Host Sharon
05/15
Having been to Zeebrugge (and Bruges) several times before, we had no plans for the day beyond thinking we ... Read more
ke2nny
05/15
We walked about with half the ship trying to find out how to catch trams and trains to the city of Brugge. ... Read more
ke2nny
05/15
Not enough time or explanation on how to get to Brugge. Myself and many others from the ship were walking ... Read more
Firlands
05/15
Brugge is a lovely place to visit, but there are lots of cobbled streets, so good footwear is needed. A bus ... Read more
warrener
04/15
Shuttle buses from Zeebrugge to Blankenburg are good and reliable, and free. The train to Brugge from here ... Read more
redsquirrel47
01/15
Very good Read more
stevo43
11/14
Excellent shuttle service put on for all guests, easy to get to Bruges without having to pay the much higher ... Read more
mills2208
11/14
We got off at Zebrugger and did a 'Bruges on your own' tour, which was just that! We paid 49 euros to be ... Read more
midshipfan
10/14
We docked at Zeebrugge and were able to take shuttle to nearby town, however it being a Sunday we realized it ... Read more
dun123das
10/14
When we docked at Zeebrugge, due to some pervious research, we were aware that there was a free port shuttle, ... Read more
opilo
10/14
One of our favorites was Bruges where we walked about in the quaint town and attended a Belgian Chocolate ... Read more
janericho
10/14
caught shuttle bus into Blankenburg station and from there got a train to Brugge. It was easy enough and ... Read more
Mum2boysx6
10/14
Our Princess ship gave us a map for Brussels – what?!Zeebrugge is an industrial port & nothing ... Read more
skelligman
09/14
We have visited Bruges on several occasions previously and did not have a huge amount of time there. We used ... Read more
Priusprof
06/14
This stop was picturesque and quaint. It's a 25 minute cab ride for 50 euro each way. We did a canal ride, ... Read more

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