West-Vlaanderen - Brugge

B of Burgundian (4,2 km)

Introduction

When, during Bruges’ Golden Age Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, married Margaret of Dampierre, the daughter of the last Count of Flanders, the county of Flanders suddenly found itself belonging to Burgundy. As the Burgundian court liked to stay in Bruges, the port city became a magnet for noblemen, merchants and artists. They naturally all wanted to get their share of the city’s wealth. Today the Burgundian influence is still strongly felt throughout Bruges. Let’s discover a northern city with a southern character.

Departure

Bruges

Itinerary

Accomodations

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Picture

Kaart

Walking