Three-Nights in Idyllic Bruges with Four-Star Hotel and Eurostar Train: £478

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Flemish to its core, Bruges is a medieval, timeless city that has managed to maintain its antique feel through an abundance of canals and chocolate, and a distinct lack of traffic and high-rises. Lose your sense of the 21st century with a three-night holiday in Belgium from ShortBreaks, for views of this idyllic city from the comfort of the four-star, canal-side Hotel De’ Medici in the city centre. With return Eurostar journeys, delicious breakfasts and a range of modern comforts, spend your days wandering the town squares and stopping occasionally for hot chocolate (or, more famously, a beer).

The capital of West Flanders, criss-crossed with countless ancient canal houses and clasping a wealth of art and holy relics, holds a deep respect for ancient traditions like lace making and bell ringing. People live in beautiful old homes, walk to work, and take time to chat in market squares. It’s quiet and peaceful, but always contains a new surprise around the next corner.

What You Get

  • For £478 enjoy a three-night Bruges holiday for two people with return Eurostar journey, a Standard Room at the four-star Hotel De’ Medici, and breakfast each morning
  • Enjoy HD flat screen TV with in-house movies, tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer and a range of modern amenities in your room, and complimentary WiFi in the lobby and bar area
  • Available for breaks taken between the 5th May and the 28th September
  • If you prefer not to smoke, please remember to specifically request a non-smoking room

Things to Do in Bruges

  • Visit the magnificent 13th-century belfry, which employs a full-time Carillonneur to ring its 48 bells, for one of its not-to-be-missed free bell ringing concerts
  • See the poignant Madonna and Child in the transept of the Church of Our Lady, Michelangelo’s only sculpture to leave Italy during his lifetime
  • Make sure to stop by Bruge’s peaceful Beguinage, an olden-times sanctuary for down on their luck, widowed and abandoned women, where they lived and thrived and created some of the world’s most beautiful art
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