The historic city centre was added to the Unesco’s World Heritage List. The current city boundaries still coincide exactly with those of the medieval city centre, and the spaces and structures that were so typical of Bruges in the past have been preserved.
This, however, does not mean that there is no room for modern architecture and modern work and living spaces. Take your time to walk through busy squares, refreshing parks and quiet, intimate cobbled streets, and do not forget to visit the modest almshouses as well as the imposing patrician’s homes!
A great experience! You are immersed in the ancient Mexican world of the Mayas and the Aztecs for whom chocolate was the drink of the gods and cocoa beans a means of payment. The chocoholic gets to find out all about the production of chocolate truffles, chocolates, hollow figures and bars of chocolate.
Opening hours: daily between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Closed: 1/1-13/1, 10-21/01,
24, 25 and 31/12.
Individual: 7,00 euro
Students, seniors: 6,00 euro
Children (6-12 y.): 4,00 euro
Children < 6 years: free
Brugge City Card: free
Sint-Jansstraat 7b, 8000 Brugge