Christmas Markets tour to Bruges by coach: 2 days, 1 nights

Bruges’ picturesque squares and cobbled streets make for a real winter wonderland during the Christmas market season. There is even an open-air ice rink in the square at the centre of all the stalls!

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Suggested itinerary

Day one
Depart from school by coach
Connect with channel crossing
Explore Christmas markets of Bruges
Visit Belfry Tower
Arrive at accommodation

Day two
Depart accommodation
Explore Christmas markets of Bruges
Connect with channel crossing
Arrive back in the UK

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  • Horse Drawn Carriage Ride - Bruges

    Subject range: Cultural

    What you’ll experience: A horse drawn carriage ride is a great way to see this beautiful city. The tour lasts around 35 minutes and will take you around the key sights in Bruges.
    Select says: The departure point is the Market Square in the centre of Bruges, and is on a first come first-served basis.

  • Bruges Christmas Market

    Subject range: Cultural

    What you’ll experience: The Christmas market is on the main square with an ice rink in the centre. The wooden huts sell Christmas gifts and speciality foods.
    Select says: All the buildings have fairy lights around the shape of them which makes for a magical atmosphere in this picturesque town.

  • Belfry Tower of Bruges

    Subject range: Cultural, History

    What you’ll experience: The Belfry Tower of Bruges is a medieval bell tower in the historical centre of the city. It stands 83 metres tall and houses a carillon with 47 melodious bells. After 366 steps your efforts will be rewarded with a breath-taking and unforgettable panoramic view of Bruges and her surroundings.
    Select says: The reception area has lots of information about the history.

Christmas Markets trip to Bruges by coach: 2 days, 1 nights Accommodation

Europa Bruges

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Location: Bruges


Set in its own grounds, just a 15-minute walk from the train station, Europa Hostel is conveniently located for exploring the cobbled streets and beautiful buildings of this medieval town. This youth accommodation consists of a main building and two wings where groups are largely self-contained.

Rooms: Rooms: Multi-bedded rooms, some with en-suite and some shared facilities. Lockers available in rooms.

Facilities: Facilities: Living-room, cosy bar, TV room, garden, playground, Wi-Fi and Internet access. Common room, games room, table tennis, pool table, terrace, bar, vending machine, onsite restaurant.