175 reviews of Bruges Day Trip from Amsterdam
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Reviewed by Kyle T, May 2012
Nice trip, you get to see lots of beautiful countryside of Nederlands and Belgium. We were given almost 4 hours to explore on our own in Bruges. Belgium waffle is absolutely delicious.
Reviewed by Carolina G, Argentina, May 2012
Beautiful place on a sunny sunday. Good food, great people and chocolate!!
Reviewed by katerina, April 2012
The most beautiful medieval city!!!The long trip was worth it!!We loved it!!Take the canal tour!!
Reviewed by Jeremy L, April 2012
We had a great day thanks to our driver Michele and our tour guide Tina. Bruges was absolutely beautiful Jan and Jerry.
Reviewed by Patricia N, April 2012
It drizzled the day we were visiting -- but who cared! Fabulous architecture, choices galore for eating and shopping, and great travel arrangements -- nothing to "dampen" this trip.
Reviewed by Lee K. T, August 2011
Really beautiful cities and our guide, Massimo (?) was very informative. Loved this tour.
Reviewed by tami.reisman, July 2011
Wonderful trip. Timing was great, very professionally run tour. Our guide was very knowladgable and pointed to important "not to miss" sites before sending us on our own. These are two beutifaul citis, recommended!
Reviewed by Lynda M, July 2011
Ghent and Bruges are beautiful! It was definitely worth the (very) long day.
Reviewed by Rosemary C, June 2011
I loved the historic buildings, and our guide was extremely knowledgeable, funny and helpful for us to get discounts as well as the best experiences in both Ghent and Bruges. Well worth the 12 hour day!
Reviewed by Beverley A R, June 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed this tour. Bruges was very beautiful.
Reviewed by Jose, May 2011
Well worth the drive on the bus. Our tour guide, Pedro, was excellent and fun to be with!
Reviewed by Jonathan H, May 2011
Excellent well-run tour. Humorous and informative guide. Stopping in Ghent seems somewhat of a waste of time after you get to Bruges and see what a nice place that is.
Bruges is amazing with wonderful scenery and food.
We recommend The Old Chocolate House and The Chocolate Line as places to buy excellent chocolates at a good price while in Bruges. For a cheap and excellent lunch or dinner in Bruges we recommend Brasserie Medard. You can buy a huge bowl of pasta for only €3 there.
Reviewed by Sun City Retiree, USA, May 2011
Great Value. Our guide, Maximo, was fun and knowledgeable. He selected a wonderful restaurant. It is a long trip, so the tour needs to include a rest stop both coming and going. This is a real necessity for older travelers or young families. Some passengers need to learn manners and not talk during the guide's informative descriptions. Overall a great trip.
Reviewed by Derb, May 2011
Excellent experience. Loved the old towns of Bruges and Ghent. So glad we took the day for this unforgettable trip...