5 BEST Chocolate shops in Bruges Belgium
Bruges Belgium or Brugge Belgie (in Dutch) is a quaint town in northwest Belgium distinguished by cobbled streets, canals and medieval buildings. There are many things to see and do including horse-drawn carriage rides, amazing restaurants, a 13th century belfry and incredible views. A canal Boat Tour is one of the highlights of any trip to Bruges. Another highlight is the chocolate scene in Bruges. There is a massive selection of chocolate shops in Bruges, literally one on every street corner. There is also an excellent chocolate museum where you can learn about all things relating to chocolate.
00:11 Dumon Chocolatier:
00:45 Neuhaus Chocolatier
00:57 Mary Artisan Chocolatier
01:20 Bruges Canal Tour
01:37 Chocolate museum Bruges / Chocolade Museum Brugge:
02:42 De Proeverie: Best Hot Chocolate in Bruges
03:11 The Chocolate Line Bruges Belgium
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Today we are in Bruges in Belgium. We're going to be exploring the city, but you can't come to Belgium without trying out some of the chocolate.
Bruges is an amazing city there are chocolate shops on every street corner. There is no shortage of choice. One of the best places is this little place behind me, called Dumon Chocolatier. It is so quaint, it's one of the nicest little buildings. There's such a huge choice here so we've just asked the shop owner to put some of her favourites in for us. There's a selection of gift boxes that you can get. We got the smallest one so that we could get a variety of chocolates.
Bruges is a really small city with a lot of chocolate shops.
This is one of the fancier ones. It’s called Mary Artisanal Chocolate. It's really nice. A lot of the shops offer little tastes. Some of the chocolate shops are really fancy and so the chocolate is expensive, but really delicious.
If you come to Bruges you have to see it by boat. You get such nice views.
Chocolate Museum. This cocoa museum is a great place to learn about all things related to chocolate. I'm more about eating it. As you can see from my double chin. Does chocolate make you fat? If you consume it with moderation, you won't get fat. There you have it. Simple. We've just watched a demonstration on how they make chocolate. Of course the highlight is always tasting. I bought myself a chocolate flavoured lip ice. That's nice actually.
Godiva makes one of the best chocolates. They've got a lovely shop here. We've got these little chocolate cups with rasberries and berries. That's nice. Do you think it's healthier because it's got fruit in it?
Best Hot Chocolate in Bruges
We've been on a quest to find the best hot chocolate in town. We think we've found it at this place here. It's called De Proeverie. You get real chocolate on a spoon a little plate with four different tasting chocolates and fresh cream. That was nice. What an unassuming cafe and what an amazing hot chocolate. If you come out to Bruges, you have to try that. It was so nice.
Bruges is such a quaint little town.
We're in one of the most popular chocolate shops, it's called the Chocolate Line and they do 80 different flavours with the most bizarre flavours that you have ever heard of. That was a crazy shop. Some of the flavours include wasabi, they've got a bacon flavour and a cannabis flavoured chocolate. We've bought a box of a few which we will try over the next few days. I couldn't resist trying one so I'm going for the lemongrass one. It's something a little bit safe. Actually that's nice. It's quite subtle.
There are many reasons to come to Bruges and the chocolate scene is certainly one of them.
Tony Hawks goes chocolate tasting in Brugge
Tony continues his journey and meets with Dominique Persoone, a Master Chocolatier in Brugge and owner of The Chocolate Line.
The Chocolate Line in Bruges, Belgium
Trying chocolates from The Chocolate Line in Bruges, Belgium.
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How to Spend 2 Days in Bruges, Belgium | Best Chocolate, Beer Tastings, Vlog Guide
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Bruges is famous for its canals, cobbled streets and medieval buildings. It is my favourite city in our 10-day trip. I loved all the places we visited this time but Bruges just left a very special part in my heart. I will list down below all the places we went to for your future reference.
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1. Paul's Boutique (Burger place)
2. City Hall
3. Liberty of Bruges Palace
4. Blind Donkey Alley
5. Basilica of the Holy Blood
6. Market Square/Markt
7. Gelateria Da Vinci (best ice cream in Bruges)
8. Saint Saviour's Cathedral
9. Church of our Lady & Museum (Madonna & Child Scrulpture by Michelangelo)
10. Boat Tour (30 minutes)
11. Love Lake
12. Bonifacius Bridge
13. The Old Chocolate House
14. The Chocolate Line
15. Snuffel Hostel (price included in the video)
16. Belfort Tower/Belfry
17. Rosary Quay (sunset)
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Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | We start in Bruges to check into a medieval hospital, savor the exquisite art of Memling, climb a bell tower to get up close and fortissimo at a carillon concert, and sample fresh frites and the world's tastiest chocolate. Then we ride the train to Brussels, where we stroll Europe's finest square, revel in Bruegels' country scenes and Magritte's surreal dreamscapes, then pay a visit to the bustling hub of European democracy.
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Whilst in Manila we had a chance to check out Bruges chocolates and were impressed! Here June explains some of their creations.
Best food in Bruges Belgium
When we traveling, food isn’t just about sustenance or even enjoyment. For me, food It’s authenticity, culture, and experience. It’s interaction with locals. It’s life at its most exciting, simplest.
Food is such an integral part of travel, allowing you to physically experience the culture through delicious local delicacies
Who love waffles? ????.
Can't come to Belgium and not try a Belgian waffle????
It's really mouth watering and U just don't care about adding weight ????
The new place to be in Bruges near by the big market. You can drink some tea, coffee or eat some pastry. There is a very special concept named een tartelinetje. You can only eat it overthere. This is not an ice cream. Every one needs try tartelientjes
When you are in Bruges, you should certainly go to The Chocolate Line of Dominique Persoone ( These are my favourites. And instead of doubting between Bruges and Brussels, you could buy chocolates at both locations.
A Misty morning day before the sun come out. Went to the market for fresh food supplies. Market, Belgian farmers market, place of fine cheese and all the salami you could possibly think of flower
Best Hot Chocolate in Bruges, found The Old Chocolate House, no argument here????
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THE GULLIVER TREE.
This is one of my favorite spots in Bruges.We fell in love with this place, not hard to see why. This place defines interior goals and serves. U can buy some decoration. They pastry is delicious, the interior is wonderful and above all, these two sisters and their mother are so friendly❤️
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Dominique's Chocolate Line in Bruges
Dominique Persoone is a creative, almost crazy, chocolatier whose Chocolate Line stores worldwide are commanding attention from Europe's most sophisticated chocolate lovers--and this includes members of the Rolling Stones and many other rock stars. In fact, Dominique has emerged as a rock star himself, perhaps the boldest and most creative chocolatier in Belgium--a country obsessed with chocolate. As the young lady here informs me, they have chocolates flavored with bacon, chili, fried onions and even tobacco. A must-visit place in Bruges, for sure.
Bruges, Belgium Brugge
Bruges is the capital of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is one of the most beautiful, unique and romantic city in Europe. It is also known as “Venice of the North”. If you are next in Belgium, you do not want to miss this well preserved medieval town with its narrow and winding cobblestone alleys. In this town, you can hear the sound of the clatter of horseshoes on the cobblestone.
The Markt (Market Square) :
There are plenty of restaurants and cafes at the market square where the Belfry of Bruges (Belfort) is located. The Belfry of Bruges is a medieval bell tower in the centre of Bruges. Be prepared to climb the 366 steps in order to see the amazing view from the Belfry.
Bruges City Hall :
Next to Belfry (Belfort) through the small alley with some souvenir shops, you will come to the Bruges City Hall (Burg Square). The Basilica of the Holy Blood is a Roman Catholic basilica in Bruges and is located at the corner of the square.
Boat Tour :
A boat ride on the canals is a must to do. There are several embarkation points where you can buy the tickets. You will see the beauty of this city with its medieval architecture.
Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage where you can have a romantic ride on this old town, along the canals and in the heart of the city of bruges.
The Mussels in Belgium are the best. You do not want to miss it. They usually served with fries and salad.
Belgium Chocolates :
They are famous for its high quality chocolates. In the city, you can find numerous chocolatiers. For chocolates’ lovers, don’t go home without a box of Belgium pralines chocolates.
Belgium have hundreds different kind of beers. Common ones are Jupiler, Chimay, Trappist, Westmalle, Hoegaarden, Maes and so on. Visit The Beerwall and you will find different kinds of beers in Belgium.
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Planning a day trip in Bruges? Here's your ultimate guide to this romantic city ( Venice of the North) - Sancharam,Belgium
Bruges ( Brugges, Brüges) is a heavyweight sightseeing destination with poi,ty gilded architecture , dreamy canals dotted with swans, with world's best beer, best chocolates , Madonna and child by Michelangelo and Horse drawn carriages on every corner .Bruges will pleasantly surprise you.
What to do in Bruges?
1) Visit Belfry Tower -83 Meter high building dates back from the 13th century . It is also a proclaimed UNESCO World heritage site
Address- : Belfort,7 Markt, Bruges Belgium
2) Basilica of the Holy Blood
Dedicated to Our Lady and Saint Basil consists of a lower church in Romanesque style and neo-Gothic upper church in which relic of the Holy Blood is preserved.
ADDRESS: 13 Burg,Bruges, Belgium
3) Canal Boat Tour
As it is the Venice o the North . Experience the city by cruising Bruges
Canals. A visit to Bruges isn't complete without a boat trip on its canals.
Address: Dijver,8000 Brugge
4) Church of Our Lady Bruges.
The 115.5 metre high brick church tower, secon tallest in the World.
Inside you can find wealth of art treasures, with Michelangelo's World
famous Madonna and Child.
Address: Mariastraat, 8000 Brugge.
5 ) Bruges Beer Museum.
We Could know about the raw ingredients of beer , brewing process,
Beers in Bruges, trappist and abbey beers etc
Address: Breidlstraat 3, 8000 Brugge
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MOST CHARMING CITY IN EUROPE? (BRUGES, BELGIUM TOUR) | Eileen Aldis
Bruges, Belgium might just be the most charming city in Europe. If you closed your eyes and imagined a picturesque, fairytale, travel-back-in-time, absolutely breath-taking European city I'd guess that Bruges is pretty close to what's in your head. It's what European vacation dreams are made of. A veritable time capsule of medieval architecture, It's easy to understand why it's a UNESCO World Heritage City. It is rare to see so many streets of buildings all so well preserved. Walking around is like being transported back in time and history here is on another level. This town hall? It was the seat of government for more than six hundred years. This old hospital? It's been a hospital since the 1100s (and only stopped in the 1970s). The reason why Bruges is so well preserved has a twist: the city was too poor to renovate and rebuild. Bruges has experienced periods of great wealth, great poverty, and great wealth. During the down times, citizens didn't have the cash to make 'improvements' to their houses and to this scarcity we owe a great deal! Ironically, the current citizens of Bruges benefit from their forebears' inability to knock things down and rebuild. Bruges is now a huge draw for tourists from around the world who flock to see the same buildings people were too poor to change. Huzzah! This is why I love history!
Our day in Bruges started at the Folklore Museum. It's only 4 Euro and you can get a nice overview of life in the city in the 19th and 20th centuries. Don't forget to look for the black cat who lives there. He's rare to see and is one of a long line of black cats who call the museum home. We then walked (you can walk everywhere) to the Burg Square where you'll find the Stadhuis (town hall) and a little further on is the Grote Markt. The latter is the main square where you'll find see the Belfry (Belfort) and dozens of tourists. Bruges is known for two things: an abundance of beauty and an abundance of tourists seeking it. But no one cares because you're so stunned at the charming city around you. We walked on to the Church of Our Lady where the altar piece is a Michelangelo sculpture of the Madonna and Child. Made of Carrara marble, it's been stolen twice and is now safe again to view at the church. Across the street is Sint-Janshospitaal - the one that was a hospital from the 1100s to the 1970s. Now you'll find religious art and - my favourite - examples of old ambulances. A visit here makes you really appreciate modern medicine. It started to rain and we were getting hungry so we headed to the Friet Museum (Fry Museum). How could we visit Belgium without doing a deep dive into the history of fries?! We wanted to find out why so many people mistakenly call them 'French fries' - we also wanted to eat fries. Check and check. It stopped raining so we ended the Bruges tour by boarding a river cruise because there are parts of the city only visible from the water. I'd definitely recommend a boat ride if you're visiting Bruges - it's relaxing and offers a unique perspective not seen by other means. We absolutely loved visiting Bruges and hope you enjoyed this visit to the jewel of Belgium.
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Top 10 Things To Do In Bruges At Christmas | Belgium Travel | Bruges Christmas Market
Welcome back to our 2nd day in Bruges, sharing the Top 10 Things To Do In Bruges At Christmas
If you're looking for a European destination for a weekend away or a special Christmas Market then come along and see what Bruges has to offer in Belguim. The city is lit by millions of fairy lights and it's the most magical, festive place, especially around Christmas.
Come along with us as we find some amazing places to visit and tasty things to eat in Bruges, Belguim.
Gluhwein - check
Waffles - check
Mussels - check
Cherry Beer - check
Coffee - check
Chocolate - check
Truffles - check
I think we tasted our way around Bruges successfully!
Bruges (Brugge in Dutch) is the capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is located in the northwest of the country. We took the ferry from Dover to Dunkirk then drove for around 1 hour to the centre of Bruges. Bruges is a beautiful Medieval city that is sometimes called the Venice of the North due to all the canals running through it.
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THE CHOCOLATE LINE : THE MASTER OF CHOCOLATE DOMINIQUE PERSOONE
A must when you visit Bruges. The best chocolate ever.
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