As the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium, Bruges is a fascinating medieval city of gothic design. A plethora of unique monuments, architectural gems, unique sites, and nature zones are only a few reasons why Bruges is a special destination to explore. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere by strolling the iconic Burg Square and witness unique landmarks situated in the central area of Bruges. Visit the fascinating Basilica of the Holy Blood dating back to the 12th century and hear intriguing stories related to its centuries-old presence. Discover Belfry of Bruges, a UNESCO World Heritage Site from where astonishing panoramic views unfold. End the tour by admiring a unique and one of the oldest stone buildings in Bruges, nowadays declared as a Torture Museum Oude Steen Brugge.

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  • Wander the historic Burg Square.
  • Ascend the UNESCO-listed Belfry.
  • Explore the Torture Museum Oude Steen Brugge.


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Belfry of Bruges Admission Fee €15
  • Torture Museum Oude Steen Brugge Admission Fee €9

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Burg Square

    The Burg Square is known as the Market Square and it is the heart of Bruges because the city's administration still occupies the 14th-century Gothic Town Hall building. By visiting Burg Square you will see a majestic square surrounded by different centuries-old landmarks and buildings.

  • 2

    Basilica of the Holy Blood

    At the basilica of the Holy Blood you will see in both chapels very interesting works of art, beautiful architecture, history of the chapels from 12th century and will also hear legends and stories of Crusaders.

  • 3

    Belfry of Bruges

    Belfry of Bruges is protected monument recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the top floor of the building you will enjoy a panoramic view of Bruges and its surroundings as well as witness the clock mechanism of the Carillon.

  • 4

    Torture Museum Oude Steen Brugge

    Torture Museum Oude Steen Brugge is housed in the beautifully renovated and one of the oldest stone building in Bruges. You will see a remarkable collection of instruments of torture and learn about the history of law. You will learn how the justice in ancient and medieval times continuously balanced on the border of good and evil.

Meeting Point

The main entrance of Bruges City Hall (Burg 12, 8000 Brugge, Belgium)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.