In Bruges

You might want to stroll, amble and saunter down the streets of Bruges all day long or even for a whole weekend. Nothing wrong with that. However, it won’t do you any harm if you look at the city from a different perspective. During a walking or bicycle tour a guide will show you numerous secret places. Maybe you prefer a boat trip on the mysterious canals. An unforgettable experience! And a ride in a horse-drawn carriage must surely be the perfect romantic outing. Perhaps you simply want to tour all the highlights as quickly and as comfortably as possible? Then a minibus is what you need, and expert commentary is what you will get. And what about a balloon ride or a daytrip on a Vespa scooter? The choice is yours!

Quasi Mundo Biketours Bruges

‘Bruges By Bike’: The narrow streets reveal the medieval character of the ancient port. The fascinating stories by the guide will catapult you back to a time when knights and counts ruled the town. It goes without saying that there is a stop along the way for a thirst-quenching Belgian beer. ‘Border By Bike’: A tour through the flat countryside around Bruges, passing through medieval towns such as Damme, peaceful Flemish agrarian villages and dead straight canals. Meeting Point: Toyo Ito pavilion on Burg, ten minutes before departure of tour. English and Dutch spoken. Guides are also available in French, German and Spanish. More →

Tourist Run

Accompanied by a guide you run – at a gentle pace – through the streets and alleyways of Bruges. Because you either run early in the morning (before the city wakes) or early in the evening (after the hustle and bustle of the day has passed), you can admire Bruges in all its glory. The circuit is 9.5 km long. With the explanation that you receive along the way, you should allow 1 to 1.5 hours for completion. The start and finish are both on the Market Square, at the foot of the statues of Jan Breydel and Pieter de Coninck. More →

City Tour Bruges

The minibuses call at the different highlights of the city. They leave every hour from Markt for a fifty-minute trip. Headphones provide commentary in English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese.


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The first bus leaves at 10.00 a.m. From March to October, the last bus leaves at 6.30 p.m. During the months of January, February, November and December the buses ride until sunset.


Markt , 8000 Brugge
+32 50 35 50 24


€ 16.00
children aged 6 to 11: € 9.50

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