Despite what Colin Farrel’s character in the film “In Bruges”, Bruges is a stunning place to visit and the most well kept medieval town in all of Belgium. It has cobbled streets and canals meandering through the city. Bruges is like a fairytale!
We have this offer leaving Dublin early on Friday the 1st June and leaving Brussels airport on Monday the 4th June. The trick to getting a bank holiday deal is by getting in early! We have included the cost of a train from Brussels airport to Bruges return and would recommend you hit Bruges first as the flight leaves early on Monday morning.
Below is the screenshot of the flights and considering its the bank holiday weekend its a bargain in itself. Click on this to be brought to the Ryanair website.
The train is priced at trainline.eu and costs 43.20EUR for a return trip per person. Below is a screenshot of this, click on this to go to the trainline website.
The hotel is Bruges is the Hotel Groeninghe, which is rated an excellent 8.9 out of 10 with the guests from Booking.com and the location is rated an exceptional 9.5 out of 10! Situated in the heart of Bruges, 600 m from Market Square and the Belfry, this family-run hotel is housed in an old mansion house that dates back to 1858. It offers free WiFi, a bicycle rental service and a bar. The hotel is ideal as it is also only a 5 minute walk from Bruges railway station.
Below is a screenshot of the room type on offer (99EUR pp for 2 nights), if this is sold out they also have twin rooms at a higher rate. Click on the screenshot below to see more photos, reviews and to book this bargain.
After spending time in the historic city of Bruges, you will get the train back to Brussels to soak up the atmosphere of the capital city. The hotel is the Hotel Retro and is a bargain 25EUR per person for the night. The hotel is rated a very good 8.1 out of 10 with guests from Booking.com and is a 15 minute walk to the Grand Palace.
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