Published On: Mon, Jun 27th, 2016

4 Towns in Belgium: magnificently charming



Belgium has numerous attractive places and one of these is Bruges (Brugge in Dutch), a marvelously attractive old town of wonderful canals, cobblestone lanes, charming squares, and artistic speculates. Delightfully lit in its evening light and evenly striking lustrous in the morning sun, there is nothing rather similar to this fairy-tale town (frequently nicknamed as Venice of the North). An exclusive target in itself, Bruges is not amazing you will simply disregard for its daffodil carpets all through spring in the quarters of Begijnhof, and the very old towers and flamboyant homes arranged beside canals that run via the metropolis. The capital and major metropolis of the province of West Flanders, the whole metropolis center of Bruges is planned as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Select for biking via the town’s cobblestone passages or tramp restful beside the canal and you will fall desperately in love with this fabulous, approximately magical historic town.

Begijnhof (Beguinage)

Begijnhof (Beguinage)

The dwellings of Benedictine nuns nowadays, the Begijnhof dates back to the 13th century, discovered in 1245 by Margaret, Countess of Constantinople, to organize the Beguines—girls and widows from all social backdrops who desired to dedicate themselves to generous work, not limit by religious declarations.

Church of Our Lady


Grasping the name of the second uppermost brickwork tower on the globe, the Church of Our Lady in Bruges has the largest spire in Belgium. Occupied 200 years to construct from the 13-15th century, it is the dwelling of two gilded tombs of a duke and his daughter, however, many people come to witness the statuette of Madonna and Child.

Bruges Beer Museum


Unfastened in 2014, the Beer Museum is situated at the peak of the old post office edifice on Markt Square, rather at the core of the metropolis. A contemporary organization, the museum lets you steer by details via text, audio and movie in one of the numerous languages accessible.

Bruges by boat

Bruges by boat

Once you are in Bruges, practicing this legendary, approximately paranormal momentous town must be at the peak of your things to do list. Wherever sailing beside the centuries-old towers, artistic speculations, charming squares, and cobblestone streets in a boat, you will fall desperately in love with Bruges.


About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.