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Bruges city

The charm of Bruges, Belgium, is something that has been years in the making. Bruges' history as a seaport dating back to the 17th century has created a culture as unique as its landscape. Known as ‘The Venice of the North’, calm canal streets and historic Belgian architecture act as the backdrop to this historic port city. Visitors explore the historic charm within the brimming cathedrals and museums at attractions like Church of Our Lady, Loppem Castle and Groeningemuseum, all of which are situated within easy reach of the centrally located Martin’s Relais hotel. And Bruges offers more than Old World beauty. Modern pleasantries can be found throughout the city – from adventure at Boudewijn Seapark to shopping and dining in the city square. It all creates the perfect blend of 17th-century architecture and modern luxuries in a place unlike any other.

Why Warwick

A collection of beautifully preserved merchant’s houses in the centre of Bruges, Martin’s Relais is an eco-friendly base for discovering this charming UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the charming Spiegelrei canal and bordering the old commercial quarter, Martin’s Relais is a short walk over cobblestones to the city’s historic centre and within easy reach of all of the shopping, culture and history that this lovely Flemish town has to offer, with a lovely green courtyard garden for relaxing in after a busy day spent sightseeing.