The color, the history, the water and the chocolate mix together to make a silky smooth beautiful place called Bruges. Oh and I forgot to throw the Swans in that mixture. They do add a bit of sass to the place.
To see more of my photos of Bruges, visit here.
Great photos! Bruges is such a beautiful city. A photographer’s delight!
Very nice pictures:)
Thank you very much.
We were to visit Bruges on a recent trip but weather prevented it. I feel like we missed something judging from your photos.
It is a nice place. I am sure you will make it there again at some point!
I will be visiting Bruges again next week! I’m taking a coworker, so will share your photos with her so she has an idea of where we’re going.
I hope you have a good time!
Old European architecture is so amazing. I visited Nuremberg and had difficulty assimilating the modern bustle of the city with the ancient buildings.
Sometime it is hard to wrap your head around it.
American architecture is so young in comparison. It is incredible to think how the modern world is functional in centuries old building. The paradox is a bit mind-boggling.
My favorite place for a short trip away from Paris, so close and yet so different. I’ve heard it’s so much more popular now than it was in the late 80s, but your photos still take me back to those long, dreamy, quiet weekends. Glad you enjoyed too.
It was very busy. I was surprised. But it was still enjoyable. How long does it take you to get there from Paris?
I always drove, so it took me about 3 hours. Not bad, at least back then. I suspect traffic can be heavier now, but it’s only 300 kilometers away. You go through Lille and it’s a pretty straight shot.
One of my favourites
Bruges is beautiful! I have only been in December, but it looks so pretty in the sunshine, I might have to go in summer!
just came from Bruges! and also had a wonderful time there 🙂 thanks for sharing your shots 🙂 PedroL