Weekend Eurostar breaks to Bruges 2021

Famed for its cobbled streets, meandering canals and medieval architecture, its easy to fall in love with this fairytale city known as the Venice Of The North

Bruges sits in the northwest corner of Belgium and is the largest city and capital of the province of West Flanders. This picturesque town is home to flocks of tourists with its soaring towers, cobbled lanes, market squares and medieval churches, and by night you're transported into your very own fairytale with its impressive floodlighting, rich colours and mysterious shadows.

The climate in Bruges is mild with average temperatures in July and August around 20°C. In the colder months (January/February and November/December) temperatures drop to around 6°C or 7°C, but it's rarely lower. Rainfall in Bruges is significant with precipitation even in the driest months so for the least rain and the highest temperatures we'd recommend visiting Bruges in July, but expect to share the experience with a lot of visitors

In winter (Christmas aside), when the crowds have moved on, you could even find yourself with this picture-perfect town practically to yourself.

You'll find the best connections from Brussels Airport (BRU), about an hour in the car, or you can get train transfers to Station Brugge. With an hourly service that includes links to France, heading to Bruges from the UK is more than doable by train when you book with Eurostar.

While cars continue to service the city, cycling is one of the most common and most popular forms of local transport, particularly as cars are required give way to cyclists and pedestrians.

From the Rozenhoedkaai to the Spiegelrei and the Langerei there's loads to do and see in the magical city of Bruges - just one more reason to book you trip now.

If you live in the South of England, Eurostar is a fast and convenient way to get to Bruges, often taking less time door-to-door than flying. We’ve put together a list of weekend Eurostar breaks to Bruges in 2021 so that you can find the right deal at the right price. To do this, we've scoured BBC, Virgin Atlantic, Hays Travel, Sandals, British Airways, Travelzoo, Jet2holidays, Teletext Holidays, Tripadvisor, Southall Travel, Secret Escapes, Apple, Travelzoo, LivingSocial, BlueSea Holidays, Lonely Planet, Travelscoop, Premier Holidays, First Choice, Skyscanner, Groupon, Amazon, Sky, Netflix, Away Holidays, TUI, The Flights Guru, LoveHolidays, Exoticca, Great Little Breaks, On The Beach, Sunshine.co.uk, The Travel Brand and Boutique Retreats for the best weekend Eurostar breaks in Bruges available right now.

Whether it's a romantic break, a shopping spree a cultural eye-opener or simply a trip with the mates, a long weekend trip to Bruges via Eurostar is a great way to break from routine and unwind without breaking the bank.


Post by Emma

Emma has worked in the travel booking business for 13 years before turning her hand to travel journalism. A dedicated health spa visitor, she prefers a touch of luxury while travelling the globe. Favourite destination? Thailand, every time!

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