Tours & activities by World Port Source from Viator

  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Duration: 11 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
From USD $98.61

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Reviewed by: athey, October 2016

This tour was amazing!

Reviewed by: Richard D, October 2016

A lot of time spent on the bus, but it was worth it. Beautiful city!

Reviewed by: JM, October 2016

Though not our first visit to Bruge, we learned a lot of new things about the place thanks to Alex, our tour guide. As an added bonus, while I expected him to start his commentary only on reaching Bruge, he shared so much about Amsterdam too, on the way to and from Bruge. Good job!

Reviewed by: Geoffrey R, October 2016

Bruges was as fascinating and interesting as we'd expected. A remarkable place that is truly still medieval. Journey there and back was longer than expected but our guide and driver were great. One we'd certainly recommend.

Reviewed by: corinephil, September 2016

This was a fun filled day. We started off early and the guide was great. Plenty of free time to enjoy the sights on your own. She took some of us the her favorite restaurant for the best mussels ever. Would say that Bruges was one of my favorite places to visit and I have been to several European cities.
Corine, Tracy, California

Reviewed by: Jose Ma. R, September 2016

Very good tour. Our guides were very helpful and amiable. Bruges is quite an experience!
Only thing I would change is probably schedule the trip for an earlier time, so we have more time to sightsee in Bruges, because we did not get to see everything in the city.

Reviewed by: Tom McGinn, September 2016

A full day trip with an excellent guide! Mariana spoke many languages and never missed a beat! Bruges is quaint and charming and truly the European town that time forgot. There were many local artisans set up in the old fish market square where we purchased a painting of the local scenery and several beautifully woven linen scarves. Many excellent shops and restaurants with chocolate and steamed mussels as the local specialties.