Convention Centre within a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Small but oh-so-perfect, Bruges’ compactness is its greatest asset. Exceptional venues, marvellous boutique hotels and the city’s numerous cultural attractions are located within walking distance. The entire city centre – including the ‘Site Oud Sint-Jan’ convention centre – is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bruges boasts no fewer than 24 museums and a wealth of special venues for hosting events. Who could fail to be impressed with a welcome reception in the impressive Gothic City Hall?
With eight Michelin-starred restaurants and over 50 chocolate shops, Bruges is also the perfect place to pamper your delegates’ taste buds.
In short: this small scenic city nestled among a canal-laden landscape, with a history and cultural patrimony second to none, has much to offer for your group events and incentive activities.
Top 5 things to do
Bruges Béguinage Ten Wijngaerde, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was founded in 1245. With its tranquil garden and museum, open for visits daily.
Quench your thirst at Halve Maan Brewery, a family-owned brewery and creator of the famous 'Brugse Zot' beer. With a spectacular view of the city!
Climb the 366 stairs of the Belfry and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Market Square and see its working carillon first hand. Not for the faint of heart!
Experience the rich history of Bruges through film, music and effects at Historium. Or marvel at the beautiful art of the Flemish Primitives in The Groeninge Museum.