The BRUGGE I fell for…

Hello!!!

Every few weeks I bring to you stories from my European Swirl. Today it’s all about my Love Affair with Brugge. It’s about what I saw and what I felt, making me fall totally and completely in love with it.

Cooes N Cuddles Photography//The Bruuge I fell For//Market Square

The Market Square

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Colour Coordinated

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Sun Bathing

Brugge at first is a treat for your eyes. A trip here is like a walk through Medieval Europe. The Gothic structures all around in brick as well as multiple colours speak volumes of the architectural influences of Northern Europe & the Baltic here. The Cathedral, Belfry, Churches & Historical monuments are all worth seeing. Constructed as per the medieval street pattern where all lanes/streets lead you to the public squares, Brugge has a number of  crisscrossing lanes, confusing tourists as hell. The canals all around don’t make it easier either, but definitely beautify the town more.

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Beauty Every where

Cooes N Cuddles Photography//The Brugge I fell for//Canals galore

Canals galore

As you meander the streets, you witness the culture, the local way of life and appreciate the simple living. I can easily proclaim that Waffles & Frittes define a wholesome Belgium meal, paired with some fine local beers and of course exotic Belgian Chocolates. You have plenty of options throughout Brugge to try all of the above. If this doesn’t fill you enough, a mug full of Belgian Hot Chocolate will surely do.

Cooes N Cuddles Photography//The Bruuge I fell For//Begijnhof

Begijnhof

Cooes N Cuddles photography//The Brugge that I fell for//All roads lead to BEER

All roads lead to BEERS

Cooes n Cuddles Photography//The Brugge I fell for//lanes Lanes Lanes

Lanes Bylanes and more

Cooes N Cuddles Photography//The Bruuge I fell For//Architectural wonder

Architechtural wonder

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Souvenirs

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The Whole world on a Teapot

Cooes N Cuddles Photography//The Bruuge I fell For//Chocolate Chocolate everywhere

Chocolate Chocolate everywhere

Even though I’ve said enough, my enough ain’t even close to enough. So to conclude, I feel the local handicrafts(Ceramics & Embroidered goods) need at least an honourable mention here. I spent only close to 10 hrs exploring Brugge and it still managed to make a mark on me and now occupies a special place in my heart.

Cooes N Cuddles Photography//the Brugge I fell for// Ready to go

Ready to go

Till we meet again Brugge!

Cheers & Joy, Always!

 

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