entire city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage listed site
, so take your time to walk through its busy squares, refreshing parks and quiet, intimate cobbled streets, and make sure to visit the modest almshouses as well as the imposing patrician’s homes.Experience the city by following an age-old tradition of cruising Bruges canals by small boat
. Along these remarkable city arteries you will discover secret gardens, picturesque bridges and wonderful architecture. Bruges’ loveliest places ooze even more charm when you admire them travelling by boat.
With 49 chocolate boutiques, the chocolate museum, Choco-Story, a chocolate trail and a chocolate fair, it goes without saying that Bruges is the world’s capital of chocolate
. Of course the best way to discover the best chocolate Bruges has to offer is by eating and sampling plenty of chocolate why your there.The Montanus Hotel is located in the heart of Bruges, just a stone's throw from many places of interest
such as the Lake of Love and the Beguinage. The hotel is just minutes from the Groeninge Museum and Kon Astrid park, and within walking distance
of Bruges famous Town Hall Belfry and Market place.The hotel is a 10-15 minute walk from Bruges train station
and there is private car parking next to the hotel, payable locally.