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The whole area is a World Heritage Site. We last visited at Christmas when a festive market is built surrounding an outdoor ice rink. This area is the administrative centre and is surrounded by more beautiful buildings and the tourist information centre is here too.
As such, when you climb it you get a terrific view of Bruges. You can also see from here how much effort has gone into keeping all the buildings as unspoilt as possible. There are a lot of stairs by the way, so take a deep breath before climbing!
The family made its money from ingredients for beer and their house is more of a palace. We especially liked the private chapel in the house which has a window into the church next door.
This allowed the family to attend services without leaving home and without mingling with the poorer people!
The museum is at Dijver 17 next to the Church of Our Lady. This church is truly striking on the outside with its huge brick tower, but the inside is striking too.
The church is just off Mariastraat near the Gruuthuse Museum. Bruges Church of Our Lady: The lake is actually a reservoir and is joined to the canal system of Bruges so you will see boats on it from time to time.
Originally there were 25 all around the edge of Bruges, but now only a handful remain. There is a small museum inside the Sint Janshuysmolen mill which was built by a group of bakers in It took a while to walk here, but we enjoyed how peaceful and open it was in this area and we enjoyed walking on some of the old city walls around here too.
There was hardly anyone there on the day when we went, so it was easy to watch in detail how fancy chocolates are made and then you get to taste them too.
The museum is on Wijnzakstraat 2, Sint-Jansplein. It dates back to the s and although just a single hall, it is truly beautiful inside with paintings on the wall depicting important events in the history of the city.
Breakfast was good and the staff were friendly. The heritage part of the city is compact and easy to see on foot. If you do fancy a trip further out, there are a few places that hire cycles.
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