London Bruges Train
Bruges the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in Belgium, is located in the northwest corner of Belgium. Bruges is a mere 44km from Ghent to the southeast and 145 from Brussels. One of the most popular attractions in this medieval city is a canal trip. Boats depart from the Georges Stael landing stage at Katelijnestraat 4 every 30 minutes, daily from 10h00 to 17h30. Closed from the middle of November to the middle of March. Bruges is known for chocolate, lace, and to a lesser extent diamonds. The diamond museum is at Katelijnestraat 43.
You can buy a rock of your choice at Brugs Diamanthuis at Cordoeaniersstraat 5. Chocolate shops are everywhere; you can also pop in to the chocolate museum Choco story. The Belfort en Hallen is a symbol of Bruges and the tallest belfry in Belgium. Climb the 366 steps to top for a panoramic view of Bruges; on a clear day you'll see all the way out to the sea.
Travel to Bruges By Eurostar
If you are planning to travel from London to Bruges, then Eurostar trains are the most suitable way to reach this charming place. Eurostar trains are the most convenient and comfortable way to travel within Europe. You can easily travel to Bruges with Eurostar, simply changes at Brussels Midi station and travel on to Bruges with Eurostar Partners NMBS and Thalys. You simply need to hop on the Eurostar train from London St Pancras International station to Brussels Midi station. Then change at Brussels Midi station and you can reach Bruges within 3hr 30 min.
Map of Bruges