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This European city is ideal for a weekend in spring, rest is guaranteed

Spring arrives and this destination stands out for an easy and exotic city break.

Spring is just around the corner and the call of the open sea is perhaps being felt. Want to break away from everyday life, get out of winter and take time for yourself during a weekend alone, with your partner or with family ? Several destinations in Europe are ideal for your stay. ales for a short trip. Among them, one particularly stands out for its undeniable charm, this city Medieval, with its timeless atmosphere, is nicknamed the Venice of the North.

You have found ? This ideal destination for a "city break" in spring, it's Bruges! Close to us, easily accessible by car or train, it also has a considerable advantage in the off-season. Its tourist attractions are thus concentrated in a small space, allowing visitors to discover the city without having to go outside. travel long distances during a short weekend.

This may be interesting since Bruges in spring is not Barcelona! There is no point in denying it, the weather in northern Europe can be capricious in spring, but, in the spring, the weather in northern Europe can be unpredictable. In Bruges, you will never find yourself far from a welcoming refuge to escape from life. a passing shower. What if a few drops really came to light? fall, this can be the ideal time to discover the famous Belgian chocolates, the famous waffles or to savor, in moderation of course. ;ucirc;r, the city's iconic beer, Zot with its unique logo. We'll let you discover it…

Spring is the season of all colors à Bruges, thus offering the possibility of to enjoy its parks. The Béguinage garden is one of the popular spots to visit. not to be forgotten with its first flowers and tulips but also the iconic swans nearby on the canal. The Lake of Love will also appeal to lovers, while strolling through the old Hanse district also offers beautiful walks.

One of the great advantages of visiting Bruges in spring is the tranquility of the city. what the city offers. With fewer tourists, the waits to access the many museums and attractions are reduced, as are the prices, making the stay even more pleasant . The short walk on the canals is one of the must-sees, like the art museums, the belfry square or the nearby mills, when you head towards the coast and the town of Zeebrugge. Squalls guaranteed! Then think à add a little sweater or raincoat &agrav; your wardrobe…

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116