Private tour to Bruges and Ghent
On this private tour departing from Amsterdam we will visit the cities of Bruges and Ghent, two jewels of the Flemish region of Belgium.
Discover the two Flemish jewels of Belgium
Next, we will go to what was the largest medieval city in Europe north of the Alps, temporary residence of the Counts of Flanders and where Charles V, Ghent was born, a city loaded with history, palaces and stately houses. We will visit, among others, the Town Hall, the Cathedral of Saint Bavon, the Church of Saint Michael, the Guild House of the masons and the Castle of the Counts of Flanders. We will also stroll along the famous grain and herb canals, both most magical places in the city.
Yes, yes, as you will see we are not exaggerating when we say we will take you to two of the most beutifull cities of the world. Ghent is the city with the highest density of historical buildings in Europe and the medieval center of Bruges is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. So what do you think? So get ready because this tour is cultural heritage in itself!
As it is a private tour, the exact itinerary can be agreed upon at the beginning of the tour to fit the groups’ wishes, within the limits of the maximum duration of the tour.
- Specialized (and very nice) guide
- Transportation by private vehicle
Must cancel or change 48 hours before of the departure
The city that gave birth to Carlos V, a true influencer of the era and one of the most powerful people in human history. Ghent oozes history from each of its corners, and to see how castles, cathedrals, towers and canals blend with the current lifestyle is quite a spectacle.
It is unnnecessary to even present the city when it comes to Bruges. Its historic center is considered the best preserved medieval center in the world. More than once we have been asked if its streets and buildings are real, because they seem to be taken from a movie set, but yes, they are as real as life itself. Prepare your camera because you are going to take Instagram worthy photos. We guarantee it!