First on any traveler's list of what to do in Bruges must be the canals. Besides giving a special beauty to the city, the canals are ideal places to walk or even to travel by boat, which is one of the most popular Bruges activities. From the canals you can enjoy the views as you pass under the city's many bridges.
Other places to visit in Bruges can be found around the Burg Square. Here you have the Town Hall, Basilica of the Holy Blood, and the Palace of Justice, three of the most beautiful buildings in the city and all must-see attractions in Bruges. In fact, many people consider Burg Square to be the one of the most beautiful squares in Europe.
Another square, the Grote Markt, provides even more things to do in Bruges. Here is the covered market, which can be visited on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the Belfort, one of the most visited and photographed things to see in Bruges. Belfort has been considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1999. Of the churches, many of which are enchanting Bruges attractions, the most prominent is that of Our Lady, a very large Gothic style church, and the Basilica of Holy Blood, which consists of two churches of breathtaking beauty. In addition to all these places, you'll find more stuff to do in Bruges at the Cathedral of San Salvador, built in the ninth century, which is small but stunning.
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