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Sea Life Blankenberge

Sea Life Blankenberge

Sea Life Blankenberge as the name suggests is a marine life park that gives you a glimpse of the beautiful marine life. Opened in the year 1995, the Sea Life Blankenberge is home to around 2500 animals that are contained in more than 50 aquariums that are based on various themes. Here you would find piranhas, sea horses, seals, sharks and numerous other marine species.

Travelling to Bruges, Belgium
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Straight out of the medieval-age, Bruges presents to you the inevitable fairy-tale beauty. The cobbled streets overflowing with medieval architecture, ancient church spires and bustling squares take you to a journey that is alive in your memories forever. Being one of the most scenic cities of Belgium with picturesque locations, busy squares, Bruges tops the list of cities that are a must visit in Europe. Bruges is the capital of the West Flanders and the largest city of the region. The beautiful city with its meandering canal system often referred to as the 'Venice of the North' has some great offerings for its visitors. Walk through its narrow lanes and witness some of the great treasures of the medieval age. The well preserved city of Europe will give you memories that you will cherish lifetime.

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Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

The tickets to all the major attractions of the city can be availed online as well as offline. It is recommended that you purchase the tickets from this website to grab the best offers and deals.

How To Get Around?

The historical centre of Bruges is listed among the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, although is not that big and can be easily explored on foot. All the major attractions of the city are nearby that can be easily reached by walking. Besides that, you can explore the city by bus which serves as the only mode of public transportation. The buses run around the city connecting some of its major areas of interest. You can also take a taxi to go around the city. Renting a bicycle is another great option to access the cobbled streets of the city centre.

What Should I Wear?

Drawing hints from French and German culture, Belgium people have a great dressing sense. If you are visiting during the summers and the spring, then pack some light dresses and casuals while during the winters and the fall, carry your beautiful coats and boots. Layering is the best way to accommodate to the changing weather of Bruges. Also carry comfortable footwear as the stoned pathways at the historic centre pose serious challenges.

Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Bruges experiences a damp and chilly weather all through the year with the best visiting period between June to August which are the warmest months. The weather is pleasant and comfortable during this time, further, it is a festive season in Bruges. Spring season from April to May is also great to visit the city, it has lesser crowds and pleasant temperature. Winters are very cold and freezing.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

There is no need to book the services of a guide as this site provides you with all the necessary information related to the travel.

How To Get There?

The Ostend-Bruges International Airport receives various international flights connecting Bruges to various cities around the world. You can also reach the city by taking a flight up to Brussels National Airport and thereafter taking a train to Bruges. Trains from Brussels to Bruges leave every thirty minutes. These serve as an efficient mode of transportation throughout Belgium. You can also take a bus ride from the neighbouring cities to reach Bruges or enjoy a drive to the city. Ferries are another option to access the city.

Additional Info

Weather in Bruges fluctuates a lot; hence, it is advised to pack layers no matter whichever season you visit in. Also, renting a car is not advised to go around the city centre as the streets are quite narrow.