Beautiful Bruges & Ghent

4 nights from £439

Duration:4 Nights
Suitable for: Everyone
Accommodation:3*
Meals:4 breakfasts

Your tour begins in the beautiful city of Bruges, where you can walk the quaint canals and enjoy all that the city has to offer. Whilst you explore the many wonders and visit the sights such as the Belfry and The Basilica of Holy Blood, why not enjoy a tasty treat and indulge in some scrumptious Belgian chocolates or try a famous Belgian beer. From our base in Bruges, discover the port city of Ghent, the ‘flower capital of Belgium’, and one of the country’s best kept secrets. With the opportunity to also visit the quaint town of Ypres and experience the Last Post Ceremony at Menin Gate. The 5-day tour also includes a morning in Ostend. This popular coach tour will prove a delightful break for anyone wanting a taste of Belgium.

Accommodation

You will stay for three or four nights at the 3-star Hotel Olympia in Bruges, within walking distance of the local shops and the historic centre.

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tour details

This tour is operated by Leger Holidays

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Duration:4 Nights
Suitable for: Everyone
Accommodation:3*
Meals:4 breakfasts
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