Located in souvenir street (Katelijnestraat), this is one of the few, if not the only, original shop left in this buzzling tourist area. The pralines made here, in the back of the shop, are little works of art! Expensive, but worth the price. It's Elise who runs the shop, and chef Kristoff making these pralines in the back of the shop.
On Huidevettersplein, the Tanner's Square (the most horrible square of medieval Bruges), you now find quaint little restaurants. 't Lammetje is one of our favourites with all the dishes famous in Flemish cuisine, including the typical grandmother's dish "Hespenrolletjes" (chicory rolled in ham, drowned in cheese sauce, with cheese gratinated on top), mussles and signature dish Lamb's rack, on the menu.
Definitely going to judge all future tours against this one. Pascal was so great and you could feel his love for the city in the tour. We had so much fun with this tour and definitely walked away feeling like we’d gotten the best of Brugge.
We had a wonderful tour with Edward! He was so knowledgeable and friendly and we really got to know the city from a local perspective.
We had a great walking tour with Ray. It was very informative and hit all the must see spots. Ray was a super knowledgeable and fun guy to walk with. I would definitely recommend this to anyone traveling to Bruges.
It means that it's a Pay What You Want tour. At the end of the tour, you decide what the tour is worth to you and whether you want to reward the guide accordingly (and according to your budget). That way everyone can enjoy a tour.
Yes they do! If we were affraid of a little rain that half of the time we'd have to cancel our tours. Instead we adapt! With some light rain: we try to fix an umbrella for the participants that forgot their own, walk faster and relax once we've found shelter again. With heavy rain: we make sure everyone is properly dressed for bad weather or divert into buildings.
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The marketing guy and founder of Ambassadors. Originally from the Netherlands, travelled all over Europe and studied in Brussels and Bruges where he fell in love with history and storytelling.
An art historian with an extensive experience in the art world. Gosia is a world citizen originally from Poland. She lived in Canada, worked as an art expert at Christie's London and now is an amazing storyteller in Bruges.
Professional entertainer, proud dad and one of the first free tour guides in Bruges.
Born and raised in the clay of West-Flanders. Peter quit his job in construction and became a passionate storyteller.
With a passion for history Wendy brings the history of Bruges, Ghent and Ypres to life.
School Principal, educator, proud Guest House owner, storyteller & secretary of Ambassadors.
Born in Venezuela but moved to Belgium for love. Andrés is a fantastic storyteller during the week with a great passion for history. At the weekend he's to be found behind the turntables as a DJ in various clubs in Brussels.
A diving instructor from Aruba, moved to Bruges for love. Kristy loves cooking and telling stories in English and Spanish.
Never a boring teacher. That's why his student are so happy with him. And so will you.