Bruges Xmas Markets 1 Day
- Price from:
- 45 GBP /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
Last updated: 09/08/2008
Known as the 'Venice of the North' this stunning medieval city is one of the most beautiful settings in Europe for a Christmas market.
Cobbled streets, historic buildings, canals criss-crossing the city and horse and carts offering rides to visitors all combine to make the city the perfect setting for a Xmas day out.
The market on the main square forms a ring around an open air ice rink, surrounded by Christmas trees and festive lights. Spend the afternoon shopping at the Market stalls selling Christmas gifts, world famous Belgian chocolates and a fantastic selection of hand made crafts, followed by a visit to one of the many bars and restaurants in this wonderful city.
We spend 5 hours in Bruges allowing plenty of time to get in the Christmas spirit, and arrange a short stop on the journey back to the UK at a Beer and Wine warehouse to stock up some cheap Christmas goodies.
- Inclusions -
- Return Dover/Calais ferry crossings
- Extras -
- Departure Details
05:45am - Hammersmith Tube Station
06:05am - Great Portland Street Tube Station
06:20am - Embankment Tube Station
06:55am - Lewisham High Street, outside Police Station
07:05am - Ramsgate Train Station
07:45am - Canterbury East Train Station
Before booking this tour please ensure you have a valid passport and travel visa (if your nationality requires one).
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