The deal is flights from Dublin to Brussels and one night in Brussels, then a train to Bruges and two nights in the historical centre of Bruges and a train back to Brussels for your flight back to Dublin.
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!
The flights are leaving Dublin on Tuesday the 24th July and returning on Friday the 27th July. Below is a screenshot of the flights, click on this to be brought to the Ryanair website.
The first stop is the capital of Belgium, Brussels. Brussels is filled with beautiful architecture and museums. The hotel on offer is the Motel One Brussels, in Brussels, a away from the Grand-Place, the Manneken Pis Statue, the Rue Neuve Shopping District and Brussels-Central . The hotel is €34.50 pp sharing.
Below is a screenshot of the room on offer, click on this to be brought to the Booking.com website.
Below is a sample screenshot of the train costs from Brussels to Bruges, which is €30 return. Click on this to be brought to the trainline.eu website.
The hotel on offer is the Hotel Biskajer, which is located 350m from the central market square of Bruges. The hotel itself is located in front of a small square. The Groeninge Museum is a 10-minute walk away, while the Concert Hall is 15 minutes’ walk away. Bruges Central Railway Station is 2 km away. The hotel is available at a bargain rate of €88 per person for a two night stay.
Below is a screenshot of the room type on offer, click on this to be brought to the Booking.com website.
Brussels hotel: €34.50
Brussels to Bruges train return: €29.60
Bruges hotel: €88
Total cost: €221.10
**Prices are subject to change due to availability.**