Despite the crowds, the Flemish town is a still a pleasant, preserved slice of 15th-century European life.
BRUGES, Belgium (Reuters) – The well-preserved historic Bruges city centre is a UNESCO world heritage site and with eight Michelin star restaurants and the most independent chocolatiers in Belgium,…
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