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Passeios de um dia partindo de Bruges

Imprimir este guia Criado por Maureen Jenkins
Passeios de um dia partindo de Bruges
Bruges está perfeitamente localizada para explorar -- tanto dentro como fora dos limites da cidade. Estenda sua aventura belga com saídas para esses outros pontos cênicos.
Bom para: Famílias, Grupos, Terceira idade, Indivíduos
Estações do ano: Primavera, Verão, Outono, Inverno
 
Bruxelas
Bruxelas

A despretensiosa Bruxelas é a capital da Bélgica, Flandres e Europa. O Grand-Place medieval é realmente enorme, com muitas construções do século XVII e mercados de flores funcionando todos os dias. Reaberta em 2006, a Atomium, a Torre Eiffel de Bruxelas, proporciona vistas excepcionais exteriores e de seu interior. Os amantes da arquitetura devem visitar o Museu Horta, do grande... Mais

A despretensiosa Bruxelas é a capital da Bélgica, Flandres e Europa. O Grand-Place medieval é realmente enorme, com muitas construções do século XVII e mercados de flores funcionando todos os dias. Reaberta em 2006, a Atomium, a Torre Eiffel de Bruxelas, proporciona vistas excepcionais exteriores e de seu interior. Os amantes da arquitetura devem visitar o Museu Horta, do grande arquiteto Belga Victor Horta. Os clubes e bares de St. Gery são frequentados durante o ano todo. Existem inúmeros restaurantes de frutos do mar em Ste. Catherine. Em vez de ficar preso no trânsito, caminhe pelas ruas estreitas. Menos

Ghent
Ghent

Belgium's fourth-largest - and most beautiful - city is home to a quarter of a million people and a flourishing flower export trade. An important port, Ghent's city center is a pedestrian area that is like a museum to early Flemish architecture and a testament to the city's medieval might. Impressive Gothic sites, such as dramatic St. Bavo's Cathedral and the Castle of the Counts... Mais

Belgium's fourth-largest - and most beautiful - city is home to a quarter of a million people and a flourishing flower export trade. An important port, Ghent's city center is a pedestrian area that is like a museum to early Flemish architecture and a testament to the city's medieval might. Impressive Gothic sites, such as dramatic St. Bavo's Cathedral and the Castle of the Counts, inspire awe. The works of Flemish masters are housed in the distinguished Museum voor Schone Kunst. Menos

Mechelen
Mechelen

The picturesque town of Mechelen, a hidden Flemish gem, sits between Brussels and Antwerp. Students of the world-renowned Carillon bell-ringing school provide an atmospheric soundtrack for sipping coffee at a sidewalk café in one of the town's charming squares. Many pedestrian areas make this a delightful town to promenade about, admiring hundreds of listed buildings and monuments, many... Mais

The picturesque town of Mechelen, a hidden Flemish gem, sits between Brussels and Antwerp. Students of the world-renowned Carillon bell-ringing school provide an atmospheric soundtrack for sipping coffee at a sidewalk café in one of the town's charming squares. Many pedestrian areas make this a delightful town to promenade about, admiring hundreds of listed buildings and monuments, many dating back to 16th century. Highlights include Gothic and Baroque churches and the famed St Rumbold's Tower. Menos

Leuven
Leuven

The old Burgundian university town of Leuven offers a range of adventures for day-trippers from Bruges and Brussels. Here, tourists will find everything from gastronomic tours to architectural gems such as the Gothic Town Hall. Nature lovers won’t be disappointed, with attractions including the Kruidtuin Botanical Garden (with herbal gardens that are the oldest in Belgium) and... Mais

The old Burgundian university town of Leuven offers a range of adventures for day-trippers from Bruges and Brussels. Here, tourists will find everything from gastronomic tours to architectural gems such as the Gothic Town Hall. Nature lovers won’t be disappointed, with attractions including the Kruidtuin Botanical Garden (with herbal gardens that are the oldest in Belgium) and Heverleebos, a “city wood” that offers a respite to urban dwellers. The exploring is easy in Leuven, as visitors can use their feet or ubiquitous bikes to tour the town. Menos

Ieper (Ypres)
Ieper (Ypres)

An ancient city in the Flemish province of West Flanders, Ieper (as it’s known in the Flemish tongue) has enjoyed financial and cultural status since the 12th century. Today, visitors can check out remnants of its impressive past, including ramparts that date back to 1385 and an historic moat, which now is a haven for wildlife. Ieper found itself in the middle of World War I and... Mais

An ancient city in the Flemish province of West Flanders, Ieper (as it’s known in the Flemish tongue) has enjoyed financial and cultural status since the 12th century. Today, visitors can check out remnants of its impressive past, including ramparts that date back to 1385 and an historic moat, which now is a haven for wildlife. Ieper found itself in the middle of World War I and suffered tremendous damage to all of its buildings, but has been both reconstructed in its medieval style and built up with modern structures. Menos

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