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Are you looking for a point where have a nice view across Bruges? Then you are at the right place at Belfort. The Belfort is located on the market of Bruges. Every day many visitors climb the no less than steps to the top of the 83 meters high tower which is listed on the Unesco World Heritage List. On your way up you will pass the treasury room where in the Middle Ages, among other things, the city seal and the city cash were kept.
Together with the clock and the Bruges carillon with no fewer than 47 bells. Did you know that the Belfry was originally built as a watchtower to search for fires? You can go up till one hour before closing time and per visit a maximum number of people is allowed. Because of this you may have to wait a bit before you can go inside. Open daily from Closed on 1 January and 25 December These are the four beers which are being brewed at Brewery de Halve Maan, the only active family brewery in Bruges.
On the way to the factory where the beer bottles are being filled. Every day, various guided tours are organized in the brewery. The guides tell you extensively about the history of the brewery, how the Bruges beers are produced nowadays. You also bring a visit to the roof of de Halve Maan, where you have a beautiful view over Bruges. At the end of the tour it is time for the tasting and do not forget to sit down on the terrace in the courtyard of the brewery with a glass of cold Brugse Zot Blond.
If you also want to eat something? Then you can go to the brasserie of the brewery. During the tour at the old building there are some steep stairs to take and the tour is therefore not suitable if you have difficulties with walking. Book your guided tour at de Halve Maan. Who does not love it? As a chocolate lover, you can certainly get your heart out in Bruges. Not only do you find various shops full of chocolate in different shapes and sizes, but you can also visit Choco-Story , the chocolate museum of Bruges.
There are various dispensers with white, milk and dark chocolate pastilles and I can tell you: You can also take a look at a demonstration at the end of your visit. Here a chocolatier shows how various delicacies of chocolate are made and if you are lucky, you may taste some things.