Bruges Coach Holidays

Tours to Bruges

The gorgeous city of Bruges, often referred to as the "Venice of the North" because of its abundance of canals and bridges, is a delightful, medieval town and well worth a visit. We have a selection of affordable short breaks and coach trips to Bruges where you will be able to admire its stunning architecture, wander around the delightful cobbled streets and explore some of the many small shops selling handmade lace and the famous Belgian chocolate, or why not take time out to take a romantic boat trip on the canals?

Visit the Basilica of the Holy Blood, the Groeninge Museum, the famous Church of Our Lady and perhaps fit in a tour of the Bourgogne des Flandres Brewery, on your next coach trip to Bruges.

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Coach Trips to Bruges

Coach holidays to the beautiful city of Bruges is great way to see real Belgium with its canals and cobbled streets. We have a good choice of delightful short breaks to Belgium at affordable prices. Most of our popular coach tours to Belgium include visits to towns like Bruges, Ghent and Ostend.

More about Bruges

Known as "The Venice of the North” with its multitude of canals flowing throughout the marvellous old city centre, the small town of Bruges offers its visitors a truly romantic experience. The beautiful architecture, the abundance of exquisite chocolatiers and the historic cobbled streets of the Old Town, make it one of the most popular destinations for coach holidays to Belgium. During the festive period, short breaks to Bruges become even more popular, as visitors have the added bonus of the Bruges Christmas Markets.

Bruges Coach Trip Highlights

Historic City Centre

The historic centre of Bruges has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000.

Church of Our Lady

The 122 metre Church remains the tallest building in town dating back to the 13th century.

Madonna and Child

The Madonna of Bruges is a marble sculpture by famous Michelangelo.


The belfry formerly housed a treasury and the municipal archives and is now accessible by the public through a steep staircase of 366 steps.

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