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4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2015
Bruges is well worth a visit from Zeebrugge. Check train time tables either from the port or Blankenberg,it is easy to use and clean. The Half Moon brewery is worth a visit
Bruges is well worth a visit from Zeebrugge. Check train time tables either from the port or Blankenberg,it is easy to use and clean. The Half Moon brewery is worth a visit Read Less
Sail Date: August 2015
No need to take an excursion. Follow the crowd from the port gates and use public transport. Brugges is a beautiful city and well worth walking round and taking a canal cruise.
No need to take an excursion. Follow the crowd from the port gates and use public transport. Brugges is a beautiful city and well worth walking round and taking a canal cruise. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
We did not take a guided tour but paid for the ships transportation which was nearly £100 for the 3 of us, it was well organised but I think it would have been better to get together with others and organise a taxi. We loved Brugge, ... Read More
We did not take a guided tour but paid for the ships transportation which was nearly £100 for the 3 of us, it was well organised but I think it would have been better to get together with others and organise a taxi. We loved Brugge, especially the canal boat trip we went on and the chocolate shops! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
We travelled into Blankenburg as we have been to Bruge so many times having stayed there whilst driving to Holland.
We travelled into Blankenburg as we have been to Bruge so many times having stayed there whilst driving to Holland. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
Lovely city. we did the Picasso exhibition which was lovely, with lots of Miros too. The 2 churches we visited were being refurbished which was a pity as there was very little to see, apart from the beautiful Michelangelo statue. We ... Read More
Lovely city. we did the Picasso exhibition which was lovely, with lots of Miros too. The 2 churches we visited were being refurbished which was a pity as there was very little to see, apart from the beautiful Michelangelo statue. We managed to see the famous dog sitting in his window when we were on our canal cruise, which was a bonus. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
Walking tour of Bruges, could have spent a lot longer wandering around the streets and checking out the shops, most were closed as it was a Sunday.
Walking tour of Bruges, could have spent a lot longer wandering around the streets and checking out the shops, most were closed as it was a Sunday. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
We took the free shuttle into Blankenburg, aiming to go into Bruges, but it was raining. We decided to just look around Blankeburg which was a pleasant seaside town with a market selling nice waffles, cheeses etc, so had a pleasant time ... Read More
We took the free shuttle into Blankenburg, aiming to go into Bruges, but it was raining. We decided to just look around Blankeburg which was a pleasant seaside town with a market selling nice waffles, cheeses etc, so had a pleasant time there instead. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2015
Not easy to get from ship to Bruges. Luckily we shared a taxi with another family and this worked out great. Make sure you go to te Chocolate Museum and leave plenty of time. We were rushed at the end as we left it too late.
Not easy to get from ship to Bruges. Luckily we shared a taxi with another family and this worked out great. Make sure you go to te Chocolate Museum and leave plenty of time. We were rushed at the end as we left it too late. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2015
Beautiful city but not much time here. Took free shuttle from ship to road, then walked to tram stop. It was a Sunday so we had to buy our tickets from a shop owner who happened to be out in the front of her store with the tickets. Took ... Read More
Beautiful city but not much time here. Took free shuttle from ship to road, then walked to tram stop. It was a Sunday so we had to buy our tickets from a shop owner who happened to be out in the front of her store with the tickets. Took tram to train station. Took train to Brugge. Lots of walking and took a boat ride- do this. Had to ruch back to the train so we could get on the 2:04 train to get us back to tram and ship on time. The ship should have been in port a bit longer. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2015
Since we had spent a week in Bruges a couple of years ago, we did what one is suppose to do in Bruges: eat chocolate, drink beer, eat muscles and fries. We did take a canal cruise...wonderful.
Since we had spent a week in Bruges a couple of years ago, we did what one is suppose to do in Bruges: eat chocolate, drink beer, eat muscles and fries. We did take a canal cruise...wonderful. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2015
We took the free shuttle out of the port area and walked 5 minutes to the store across from the church. For $10 for each of us, we bought an all day bus/tram ticket and went into Brugge. We walked around enjoying the sights, bought some ... Read More
We took the free shuttle out of the port area and walked 5 minutes to the store across from the church. For $10 for each of us, we bought an all day bus/tram ticket and went into Brugge. We walked around enjoying the sights, bought some chocolate and went on a Canal Boat Ride. It was a great day! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2015
Did our own thing, free shuttle buses, very short wait times. Bruges itself was a lovely town doable on foot, by horse and carriage or by canal boat or all three lol. Love chocolate? You need to go there! Train to and from runs hourly, ... Read More
Did our own thing, free shuttle buses, very short wait times. Bruges itself was a lovely town doable on foot, by horse and carriage or by canal boat or all three lol. Love chocolate? You need to go there! Train to and from runs hourly, very cheap (adult return 5 euro) Blankenberge - Bruges. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2015
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 train to Brugge or on to Ostend and then on further to La Penne Very easy to get about and local prices were very reasonable for ... Read More
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 train to Brugge or on to Ostend and then on further to La Penne Very easy to get about and local prices were very reasonable for drinks and food. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2015
Took shuttle to Blankenberg then train to Brugge.Too far to walk into town.The train ride return was cheaper then the shuttle bus ! Crowds of people as 2 big cruise ships in.
Took shuttle to Blankenberg then train to Brugge.Too far to walk into town.The train ride return was cheaper then the shuttle bus ! Crowds of people as 2 big cruise ships in. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2015
Brugge is beautiful the people are so friendly it would be great for a short break of 3 or 4 nights.We take a taxi there and back it's so much easier and gives you more time for sight seeing.It's 50 euros each way and we always ... Read More
Brugge is beautiful the people are so friendly it would be great for a short break of 3 or 4 nights.We take a taxi there and back it's so much easier and gives you more time for sight seeing.It's 50 euros each way and we always give a 5euro tip.It's more expensive if it's only for two but there is always other cruisers who are happy to share the taxi with you Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2015
Shared taxi to town and did our own thing - Choc Museum and Henri Mass Brewery tours. walked all over town and saw the sights and stopped in many shops. Dumon chocolates!!!
Shared taxi to town and did our own thing - Choc Museum and Henri Mass Brewery tours. walked all over town and saw the sights and stopped in many shops. Dumon chocolates!!! Read Less

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