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Wandering around the square is ideal, and a basket of fries right in front of the main tower (there is one to the left and one to the right… I don’t remember which is better, but I’m sure they are both divine). This square is also where there is the Christmas market during the Christmas season which was heavenly with the Mulled Wine and Bailey’s Hot Chocolate… mmm. The lights lining the building was just too cute and added to the holiday cheer.

Off one of the side streets (if you’re facing the main tower, to the left) you will find a little café/bar that serves something like over 500 different kinds of beer. It is phenomenal, and it is also the location where I grew to love my favorite beer: Mongozo Banana Beer. The flavors offered  in the bible of a menu will surprise you!  I was astonished that the servers could tell you about each and every beer you were eyeing, and could explain the differences so you can find the exact beer of your dreams. I don’t remember the name of the café, but if you’re facing the main tower in the main square, you go on the street to the left (where there is the post office) and it is down a little ways on the lefthand side…).

Don’t forget to climb the tower, and visit some of the breweries, and eat tons of chocolate.

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  1. March 13, 2011

    I love your photos, it looks beautiful! Pretty much the only reason I’ve ever considered visiting Bruges is because the movie is so great hehe :)

  2. March 16, 2011

    Hope you had the lace cookies that I think are typical from there…

  3. caro lion #
    March 16, 2011

    That was such a nice lil’ get-away. We should do another quick weekend trip. Copenhagen, perhaps??

  4. November 25, 2012

    Hi,
    I was kinda excited to find out that you went to Brugge!
    I’m from Belgium, I live in Gent. Have you ever been there?
    I must admit that Brugge is the most charming city in Belgium!
    I’m glad you liked it and I love your photos!!
    X Elise

    • Meg #
      November 25, 2012

      Elise,
      I love Bruges! Belgium is so lovely. I have indeed been to Gent, but I hope to go back as I was only there for a short period of time to see a friend. I would love to back!
      Thanks for popping by the blog :)

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