Hotel Navarra, Bruges

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Hotel Navarra Localisation

Bruges est privilégié par sa situation centrale en Europe ! La ville est si près et d'un accès si facile de n'importe quel autre endroit d'Europe. Elle est à seulement une heure de Bruxelles, capitale de l'Europe (en voiture ou en train), et à deux heures et demie de Paris et d'Amsterdam.

Adresse: Sint-Jakobsstraat 41 - Bruges, 8000, Belgium

Hotel Navarra Lieu d'intérêts

  • Ghent 50.0KM
  • Ostend 30.0KM
  • Zeebrugge - Ferry Port 15.0KM
  • Belfry Tower (4 min)

Hotel Navarra Transports

  • Various

    Directions: Just one hour away from Brussels - Capital of Europe (by car or train). Paris and Amsterdam are only 2 hours and 30 minutes away. From London there are several travel options such as taking the Eurostar high speed train service, by Ferry to Calais or Zeebrugge or by Air to Brussels International, Brussels South (Charleroi) or Antwerp airport.

Hotel Navarra Promos

Bruges

Bruges, Belgique Bruges is located in the northwest of Belgium, it is the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders. The historic city centre of Bruges is oval-shaped and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000. The city has most of its medieval architecture intact, along with a collection of medieval and early modern art, including the world-famous collection of Flemish Primitives. Numerous of its medieval buildings are famous around the world, for example the Church of Our Lady which is one of the world's tallest brick towers. There is nothing better than experiencing one of the boutique hotels in Antwerp. Try the Navarra Hotel. Not to mention the sculpture Madonna and Child which is believed to be the only sculpture of Michelangelo to have left Italy within his lifetime. However, the most renowned landmark of Bruges is its 13th-century belfry. Mostly because of its municipal carillon comprising 48 bells. Do not miss a free concert by a carillonneur once visiting Bruges. The city is very often referred to as "The Venice of the North" together with other canal-based northern cities, such as Amsterdam.